In The Courier this week

“OUT OF TOUCH LIARS” - Family First Senator Bob Day gets down to business in his office at his Houghton home.

New Senator gives politicians a blast

Federal politicians are liars who are out of touch with the real world and do not have answers to the nation’s problems, according to the State’s newest Senator.
Family First’s new Upper House voice Bob Day launched the attack on his Parliamentary colleagues in a wide-ranging interview with The Courier on Friday.
The long-time Houghton resident believes he and five other crossbench Senators who took up their roles this month will bring “commonsense” to Canberra.
And he has his own agenda – starting with an overhaul of the industrial relations system to bring more people off the dole and into the workforce.

Also in this week’s issue

  • July rains: Downpours across the Hills last week sent creeks and rivers into flood and forced some dams to overflow.
  • Police dog: A police dog helped officers with a successful late night search in Gumeracha for men accused of breaking and entering and stealing a car.
  • Drug pair: A Crafers couple accused of selling drugs and having nearly $500,000 in cash at their home have had their case transferred to the Adelaide Magistrates Court.
  • Zoo babies: A baby boom and anniversary celebrations have helped Monarto Zoo to deliver its best visitor attendance record in its 30-year history.
  • Hills cabinet: SA Premier Jay Weatherill is bringing his State Cabinet to the Hills and Fleurieu in September.

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