Affordable water and energy are essential: Lambert

March 05, 2019

It seems like basic common sense, but the only way regional economies can grow and thrive is for the people and businesses living there to have access to affordable water and energy.

That's precisely what the Conservative Party's South Australian Senate candidate Rikki Lambert has discovered are the main concerns of regional South Australians.

Labor, the Greens and even the left wing of the Liberal Party continue their push towards pointless Climate targets while Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi's affordable energy plan will help keep power and water prices down and revive a stalled Australian economy.

Rikki visited Whyalla this week, where the GFG Alliance has recently announced new plans for a "mega" steel plant with the transformation project worth more than $600 million.

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