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Test for Premier as Kevin Foley follows Mike Rann out the do


KEVIN Foley will quit state politics next week, marking a passage of the old guard of the Labor Party making way for the new. Mike Rann's closest ally, Mr Foley announced in September that he would stand down from the South Australian ministry on October 20, the same day as the former Premier. The former treasurer is currently holidaying in Bali. However, he told The Australian last night he would make an announcement about his future, including any new career, next week. "I had intended to quit when I stood down as minister but stayed on to assist passage of the Olympic Dam Indenture ...


Razor gang leak under forensic investigation: Rann


South Australian Premier Mike Rann says forensic scientists are helping to investigate who was responsible for leaking the razor gang report ahead of the state budget. The Sustainable Budget Commission caused alarm with its list of money-saving suggestions. One of the more controversial was a call to shut the Daw Park Repatriation Hospital. Mr Rann has labelled the leak as a disgrace and has promised the repatriation hospital will never close under a Labor Government. "Whoever did the leak knew that it had already been rejected," he said. "It took one second to reject a dopey ...


Rann doubts public servants will be sacked


Premier Mike Rann has echoed the view of his Treasurer that he doubts the South Australian Government will have to resort to sacking public servants. Like Kevin Foley, Mr Rann thinks the redundancy package on offer will prove lucrative enough to achieve cuts of more than 3,700 positions. The target was set in last week's SA budget. The Government indicated it would consider sackings if the target could not be achieved. Ahead of the election in March, Mr Rann made a written pledge to public servants that there would not be any forced redundancies in a new term for a Labor ...



 
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