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UPDATED | In today’s Notes on Adelaide, we report on a disturbing secrecy trend for the state public service and ask why one of South Australia’s biggest urban developments remains in planning limbo.
South Australia’s record-breaking temperatures have reignited the political battle over the state’s electricity grid, after the diesel generators purchased by the previous Labor Government were brought online by the market operator to meet high demand.
Local Government Minister Stephan Knoll has called in an administrator to replace the elected members of a troubled South Australian council.
As Adelaide City Council continues to fight against the State Government-supported hotel proposed for Adelaide Oval, the SANFL is reaching back into past battles to push the case for the controversial development.
South Australia’s unemployment rate has fallen, with the state now recording the third-best jobless figures in the country.