One Nation’s sole South Australian Senate candidate for the federal election – so far – is used to suggestions she isn’t a typical follower of Pauline Hanson.
EXCLUSIVE | Treasurer Rob Lucas is considering a one-off, substantial leap in State Government fees, charges and fines, in an attempt to fill a budget black hole caused by a drop in GST receipts.
One of Adelaide’s most famous restaurants, Rigoni’s Bistro, has been placed in administration.
State Opera SA’s bold move to stage the blockbuster Carmen in Victoria Square on Saturday night proves there’s a mass audience for locally-produced opera in Adelaide.
The public sector union has expressed dismay after global services company Serco announced it had won the State Government contract to run the Adelaide Remand Centre for seven years, with an option to extend for another five.
In today’s Notes on Adelaide, Christopher Pyne tries to pass on a plum to Steven Marshall before he turns into a political pumpkin, and a micro-experiment in CBD travel tests the relative speed of walking, Lime scooter, bicycle, Uber and private car – with interesting results.