It was as convincing a win as an unconvincing win can be, and our Fumbles correspondent is looking on the bright side. After all, there are worse teams to support than flat track bullies.
Opposition Leader Steven Marshall concedes it's a "fact" that women are under-represented in the Liberal ranks. But, as Tom Richardson reports, he says it's just as important to promote candidates who represent a broader cross-section of society - regardless of gender.
The author of the explosive report that laid bare the crisis at the Oakden older persons' mental health facility has dismissed the Opposition’s self-described “extreme response” of immediately deploying security guards to protect residents from staff.
The SA Returned and Services League’s ongoing financial crisis has prompted the closure of the cash-strapped RSL club in Alice Springs, after administrators demanded the sub-branch repay long-standing loans totalling more than $2 million.
The Weatherill Government says it will “expedite” the closure of the Oakden older persons mental health facility and has again called in police after yet another allegation of abuse at the disgraced centre – over an incident that occurred only yesterday.
The SA Labor Party has been dealt a final crushing blow in the Supreme Court – both financially and politically – with an order that it must pay the Liberal Party’s costs for its own failed appeal against the state’s new electoral boundaries.
The controversial Adelaide-based Australian Cannabis Corporation is in crisis, with its sole director resigning amid an apparent rift with its major financial backer, outspoken entrepreneur Shane Yeend.