SA budget in a mess, says treasurer

Cuts to government programs in the South Australian budget aim to break down a culture of industry assistance, Treasurer Rob Lucas says. The 2018/19 Liberal budget swung the axe on 34 government programs to fund record infrastructure spending and deliver a modest $48 million surplus. The state opposition says a …

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Tyni plays big role as tracker

The not so little Tyni has just qualified as an State Emergency Service tracker dog, making him the only one in the Great Southern. Tyni’s owner, SES K9 Unit’s Jodi Johnson, said it was a huge achievement, adding the bloodhound had performed brilliantly at the weekend. “We went up to …

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Change to way credit cards are assessed

Consumers will only be given credit card limits they could repay within three years as part of moves to protect them from falling into a debt trap. Banks will have to use the three-year period to assess applications for new credit cards or increased limits on existing cards from January …

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Grant puts manager among best

Leschenault’s Kelsie Miller will have the opportunity to rub shoulders with industry heavyweights after receiving the inaugural Tapped by Otherside 2018 WA Band Manager Grant. The $3500 grant will fund Miss Miller’s flights, accommodation and tickets to attend the four-day Big Sound music conference in Brisbane, which provides an opportunity …

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Belgium the ‘excellent’ warm-up, says Callum McGregor | Football News

By Tommaso Fiore Last Updated: 05/09/18 2:49pm 0:33 Callum McGregor is relishing the international friendly against World Cup semi-finalists Belgium at Hampden Park Callum McGregor is relishing the international friendly against World Cup semi-finalists Belgium at Hampden Park Callum McGregor believes Belgium are the “perfect” warm-up opponents for Scotland ahead …

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Restaurants, tavern on Dalyellup wish list

Beachside development, restaurants and a tavern are high on the wish list for Dalyellup residents who had the opportunity to voice their opinions during community consultation sessions last week. For three days, community and economic development consultancy group Bank of I.D.E.A.S sat down with a number of residents at the …

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