Australians who voiced vociferous opposition to war in general and conscription, in particular, should be commemorated as an important part of our history, writes UniSA’s Rick Sarre.
Almost all states have improved their accountability in recent years, and are far ahead of the Commonwealth government, argue the Grattan Institute’s Danielle Wood, Carmela Chivers and Kate Griffiths. Read on to find out where South Australia ranks.
Australia is slowly heading north to one day become part of Asia, but a study of the rocks tells Adelaide researchers Alan Collins and Romana Dew that it’s not the first time there’s been a connection.
Australia should focus on playing a positive role in the ongoing Middle East process, rather than auctioning off its foreign policy for the sake of winning the Wentworth byelection, writes Tony Walker.
For 40 years, Peter Newman has argued that trains and trams are better than buses. But new ‘trackless trams’, which take innovations from high speed rail and put them in a bus, have changed his mind.
The Herald Sun claims its cartoon of Serena Williams isn’t racist but it draws on 200 years of caricaturing African women, argues Clare Corbould.