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The South Australian Opposition is pressing ahead with its plan to build a sports stadium at the city railyards site.
It has unveiled a billion-dollar plan for the city west area, including a 50,000-seat undercover stadium, along with cafes and shops.
The Government plans to build a new hospital at the site and says work on a new medical research facility will start at the railyards site in February, before the state election on March 20.
The Opposition says, if it is elected next March, it will scrap the planned new Royal Adelaide Hospital and rebuild the existing one.
It also wants to move the interstate rail terminal from Keswick to the city railyards site on North Terrace.
A new entertainment centre and relocation of the Adelaide Casino could happen later.
SA Opposition Leader Isobel Redmond says a sale of the Keswick rail station site and of land at Gepps Cross for housing would help fund the stadium plan.
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