South Australia’s jobless rate is now the second-lowest of the states, with only New South Wales posting a better performance in June.
After losing its heartland seat of Port Adelaide in the federal electoral redistribution, Labor has settled on a factional deal to find new seats for incumbent MPs Mark Butler and Steve Georganas.
In today’s Notes on Adelaide column, the ABC’s doomed sound archive in Adelaide starts to empty as staff and others are invited to take what they want, a journalist breaks from the pack on Archbishop Philip Wilson, and much more.
FIVEaa has moved up the radio ratings ladder, with its breakfast team taking the lead and talk rival ABC Radio Adelaide losing listener share across its schedule.
In today’s Notes on Adelaide, Premier Steven Marshall takes ministerial control of the old Royal Adelaide Hospital site’s redevelopment and the University of Adelaide suffers a global hit thanks to a single, misleading photo.
South Australian Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young is seeking legal advice over comments broadcast by Sky News which were described by the station itself as “appalling”.
Premier Steven Marshall has appointed six business leaders to his Economic Advisory Council, including a former BHP executive and a prominent local banker.