Upper House debate due today on proposed dramatic changes to South Australia’s sex work legislation has been postponed until next year after last-minute amendments.
The consumer price index dropped to 4.9 per cent for October as the Reserve Bank prepares to meet next week to decide whether to jack up interest rates yet again.
More rooms were occupied in regional South Australia in October than in any month on record, according to the state government, with school holidays and the long weekend to thank.
A Bill that would make it a crime to pay for sex in South Australia will be debated today in the Legislative Council – but some lawmakers and sex workers say it’s riddled with flaws.
The Hindley Street nightclub and bar founded a decade ago is on the market, with current owners looking to divest both the business and branding.
Clean Seas was one of the week’s biggest Losers but completed a $9.5 million raise and announced an operational review of the business on Friday.
Ryan Williams told InDaily that economic value in Adelaide’s “shrinking middle market” could be unlocked with targeted support.
A top Department of Treasury and Finance executive has been named the state’s new Auditor-General.