A former Labor candidate sacked from his senior public service role after last month’s state election says it was made clear to him before he put his hand up to run that he would be removed in any case if the Liberals seized power.
The formation of a potential voting bloc that could wield the balance of power in the state’s new-look Upper House looks a lost cause, with former Nick Xenophon sidekick John Darley today trading insults with SA Best, labelling it full of “dickheads” and declaring the party should split.
Few gave the Crows any chance to win this one, least of all our Fumbles correspondent. But in the end, a narrow against-the-odds win on the road – led by a four-goal captain’s haul – felt like a little bit of history repeating. Much like yet another Port loss to Geelong.
Year 7 students will be shifted into public high schools statewide within four years, the Marshall Government says - and infrastructure cash splashed by the previous Labor administration is set to smooth the transition, InDaily can reveal.
The future of the new Women’s and Children’s Hospital remains clouded, with the Liberal Government still hoping to rebuild the entire facility within the riverbank medical precinct, despite Opposition Leader Peter Malinauskas's warning such a move could cost “well in excess of $2.5 billion”.
South Australia’s salesman in London says the spectre of Brexit remains “a little bit scary” but the state is well-positioned to capitalise on stronger trade ties with Britain.
Port bombing out to the Bombers and a Jake Lever shocker slightly redeemed the weekend, but there's no papering over how poor the Crows were on Friday night. Our Fumbles correspondent ponders curfews, baby blues and the end of the premiership dream.