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Budget papers show health jobs to be axed

Nearly 2000 health jobs are set to be axed in South Australia over the next two and a half years, according to the State Government’s mid-year budget review, but the Treasurer insists they are COVID-related positions that will no longer be needed.

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Sluggish housing market hits budget surplus

A sluggish housing market and a construction slowdown are hitting the state budget bottom line, with plummeting conveyance duty revenues contributing to a softer surplus in Treasurer Rob Lucas’s mid-year statement, unveiled today.