In today’s Notes on Adelaide, an MP raises a stink about the hypocrisy of State Parliament’s ‘rubbish’ recycling efforts, a rare and humble apology from the Government to the Opposition, and we ponder the mysterious ‘vox pop’ who popped up in Waite.
The State Liberals are in chaos, with members of embattled backbencher Sam Duluk’s Waite electorate last night telling their party’s administration they want him to stay on as their MP – while an ongoing independent inquiry has been shelved pending a police investigation into his actions at a Parliament House Christmas function.
UPDATED | Liberal backbencher Sam Duluk has banished himself from parliament and suspended his membership of the Liberal Party – but will not stand down as an MP – after police today confirmed he had been reported for alleged assault.
EXCLUSIVE | The two major locations being considered for a prospective new city stadium complex were ranked at the bottom of a list of options for a similar plan presented to the former Labor Government, InDaily can reveal.
In today’s Notes On Adelaide, the former SA Labor adviser poised for the party’s top job out west, and the SA Libs’ awkward attempt to advance women in leadership.
EXCLUSIVE | The leaders of South Australia’s major performing arts companies have collectively demanded a rewrite of their commercial agreements with the Adelaide Festival Centre, highlighting “significant tensions” arising from its “virtual power of monopoly in relation to quality venues in Adelaide”.