Musician and working-class man Jimmy Barnes, whose first job was as an apprentice moulder with South Australian Railways, says young people growing up in struggling suburbs in the 21st century deserve a fair go.
What would another review of child support achieve when we know the problems and how to fix them?
Governments are failing to take coordinated action in areas of law which touch the most vulnerable people in our society, argues legal commentator Morry Bailes.
The 2017 Adelaide Festival program was a beautifully crafted object d’art, offering a blaze of hope against a dismal horizon, write Flinders University's Julian Meyrick and William Peterson.
Housing affordability is a huge problem but allowing first home buyers to raid their superannuation is a dumb idea, writes Andrea Michaels.
Malcolm Turnbull might have placated culture warriors in his party and the media, but the political cost could be enormous, writes Michelle Grattan.
“The federal Liberal Party is unravelling and there's no evidence that it has a leader within its ranks with the skills to bring it back together, argues political scientist and historian James Walter.”