|Posted by Save RAH on March 16, 2010 at 8:54 AM||comments (0)|
I can't really say Mike Rann and friends are panicking because I can't get into their minds, but the actions we see are certainly consistent with that view. Monday's offering was John Hill calling Isobel Redmond a liar because of a ruling by the electoral commissioner over an electoral ad about the RAH. Such personal attacks simply reflect that the Government has run out of ideas to defend its flawed plan. It is the action of fear and panic.
Whatever Mr Hill ma...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Save RAH on March 14, 2010 at 9:25 PM||comments (0)|
In the Stateline interview on Friday 12th Health Minister John Hill said that his cost of the Railyards hospital was possible because there was no cost for land as the Government owned the land. The first implication of this statement is that if the cost of land is included then the price would not be $1.7bn but more than $2bn.
The second implication is more sinister and goes to the heart of trust. Minister Hill, acting as part of the Rann Government puts forward the belief that the Gov...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Save RAH on March 14, 2010 at 9:24 PM||comments (0)|
At the Government’s campaign Launch, Premier Rann asked voters to consider his record on infrastructure. It is proper to respond to the request.
SAVE THE RAH‘s natural first concern is what has happened at the RAH. In 2001 the Government embarked on a redevelopment of the RAH and in 2007 abandoned the project, stopped the money leaving half the hospital unfinished. Then they announced the “Marj”. No plans have been released, for it’s all up in ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Save RAH on March 13, 2010 at 7:42 AM||comments (0)|
Did you see the Friday 12th Edition of Stateline? A prominent feature of that presentation was vision through the service tunnels under the RAH, showing rusting dilapidated piping- the segment implying that the condition of services are so bad that it justifies the move to the rail yards project.
Anyone who knows the service tunnels would also know that a few meters from the videoed site under the refurbished main block are tunnels which now contain modern clean services electricity ,s...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Save RAH on March 11, 2010 at 3:44 AM||comments (0)|
Loyalty is a rare and precious thing. Sometimes the object of our loyalty may do something that is unwise or foolish, and it is our Loyalty that compels us to state our disappointment to our friend without lessening our commitment.
On the election trail, many Labor voters have expressed to me their disappointment at the proposal for the railyards hospital and are torn between their firm, lifetime commitment to the Labor movement and their concern for South AustraliaR...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Save RAH on March 8, 2010 at 10:48 PM||comments (0)|