Exports Economy Grievance

Exports Economy Grievance Continue reading

Marshall’s voucher scheme delivers another bungle

A series of bungles have been revealed in the latest round of the Marshall Liberal Government’s travel voucher scheme.  Continue reading

South Australians urged to support SA wines this NYE

Labor is urging South Australians to buy local wine to celebrate bringing in the New Year as the Marshall Liberal Government goes missing with a strategy to deal with the impacts on the industry as the China trade war heats up. Continue reading

Trade Estimates Reply 2020

Reply to the the Trade Estimates Committee 2020 Continue reading

Marshall must establish emergency taskforce to deal with China trade crisis

Steven Marshall needs to establish an emergency taskforce to develop an urgent plan to support SA exporters as the China trade crisis escalated today. Continue reading

Budget Reply Speech 2020

2020 Budget reply for the portfolio of Trade, Tourism and Investment   Continue reading

Tourism voucher falls short, government needs budget fix

The Marshall Liberal Government must deliver much-needed support for South Australia’s tourism and hospitality sector in this week’s budget, after the tourism voucher scheme fell short of expectations. Continue reading

Where’s the major event strategy?

Adelaide is facing a major event drought over the summer and the Marshall Liberal Government urgently needs to reveal what its major event strategy now is, as the pandemic hits the participation of international competitors. Continue reading

Marshall’s decision to axe Adelaide 500 is a massive blow to SA economy

Steven Marshall’s decision to axe the Adelaide 500 V8 supercar race is simply devastating for South Australia, with the state set to lose tens of millions of dollars of economic activity, hundreds of jobs and thousands of interstate tourists. Continue reading

Marshall’s Tourism Vouchers target only 3% of tourism listings

The Marshall Liberal Government’s “Great State” Tourism Vouchers – being released today – are too restrictive and ignore large sections of the tourism industry. Continue reading