Nearly 60 per cent of South Australia’s public servants believe their workplace is “highly or extremely vulnerable” to corruption, citing nepotism and “political interference” as key concerns in an Independent Commission Against Corruption survey.
South Australian Premier Peter Malinauskas says he “won’t be bullied” by Vladimir Putin after being put on a blacklist of Australians accused of promoting a “Russophobic agenda” following the Ukraine invasion.
SA Police have ended an investigation into the theft of $35,000 worth of jewellery from Ann Marie Smith without any charges laid, but say today’s arrest of two Integrity Care SA directors for criminal neglect causing death is the more important result.
Two directors of an Adelaide NDIS provider have been arrested and charged with criminal neglect over the shocking death of their client Ann Marie Smith in 2020.
Here’s our easy-to-digest summary of the key measures in this month’s State Budget. Besides a big-spending focus on health and mental health, the Malinauskas Government will look into an SA university merger and returning privatised train, tram and bus services to public ownership.
South Australia’s unemployment rate has again topped the country despite a marginal dip to 4.9 per cent, as the national rate held steady at a 14-year low of 4 per cent.
ABC Radio Adelaide has lost its top-rating crown and slumped to fourth spot after both it and FIVEaa shed listeners during a volatile ratings period, while Mix 102.3’s slot with former ABC breakfast star Ali Clarke recovered from its disappointing debut.