SA Liberal Isobel Redmond retains top spot after ballot win

SOUTH Australian Liberal leader Isobel Redmond will remain in the job after winning a narrow party room ballot on Tuesday.

Ms Redmond had been challenged by Martin Hamilton-Smith before prevailing by one vote, 13-12.

She later told reporters the party would "lock in" behind her and move forward as a united team.

The leadership spill came despite the Opposition holding a commanding lead over the Labor government in the polls
South Australians next head to the polls in March 2014.



Project manager appointed for new Calliope high school

Project manager appointed for new Calliope high school

Honeywill Consulting will oversee the project.

FIGHT FOR FLYNN: Time's up for LNP preselection hopefuls

FIGHT FOR FLYNN: Time's up for LNP preselection hopefuls

Flynn MP Ken O'Dowd could face challengers.

Man convicted of drug driving after car rolls at Callemondah

Man convicted of drug driving after car rolls at Callemondah

Andrew Robert Maloney pleaded guilty yesterday.

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