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.
Chief public health officer Nicola Spurrier was forced to run a gauntlet of yelling anti-vaccination protesters after the Supreme Court this morning ruled that she would not have to give evidence in a legal challenge to South Australia’s vaccine mandates.
The ambulance union says it will hold the incoming Labor government to account over promises to immediately tackle ramping and response times which were the focus of an aggressive campaign against the Marshall Government – but won’t highlight issues “to the extent that we have been”.
The carer who admitted the manslaughter of Ann Marie Smith in a shameful neglect case which turned a spotlight on disability support has been sentenced to six years and seven months in prison.
South Australia’s unemployment rate has been reinforced as the nation’s highest after climbing to 5 per cent in February, despite the national rate falling to 4 per cent – the lowest level since 2008.
ABC Radio Adelaide’s new breakfast team has not only kept the number one spot but increased audience share in the first radio ratings survey for 2022, despite former top-rating announcer Ali Clarke leaving for rival station Mix 102.3 – which shed listeners over her first ratings period.