Economist Phil Lewis argues that journalism jobs will survive - but not in the form that has been familiar.
As the AFL celebrates its annual Indigenous Round, Roy Hay and Athas Zafiris contend that the origins of Australian Rules were not, as often suggested, steeped in Indigenous culture - but that pioneering Aboriginal Australians nonetheless made the game their own.
Governments, including in South Australia, must stop piecemeal energy announcements until the chief scientist completes his review of the national electricity market, writes David Blowers and Kate Griffiths from the Grattan Institute.
South Australia desperately needs better solutions to its economic problems. A good start, writes Ian Markos, would be for our elected representatives to start working together.
The State Government's investment in Australia's biggest battery would be better spent on a wider network of storage, writes Nigel Carney.
As a hydrogeologist, it’s almost by accident I’ve become a ‘woman in STEM’ (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).
“Liberal leader Steven Marshall has damaged his leadership through a divisive preselection period and his factional enemies can smell blood, writes party insider Robert Campbell.”