Steven Marshall could be forgiven for wondering if a black cat has crossed his political path at some point in the distant past.
UPDATED | Premier Jay Weatherill has invoked the “faceless men” attack so often levelled against his own Labor Party to critique Nick Xenophon’s fallout with his only state MP.
UPDATED | Scandal-hit Mount Gambier MP Troy Bell insists he’s “done nothing wrong” and can “hold his head up high” despite facing a raft of criminal charges stemming from an ICAC investigation which has plunged the state’s Liberal Party into crisis.
Far from being the last nail in the Weatherill Government's electoral coffin, the power crisis has perversely breathed new life into Labor's re-election hopes, writes Tom Richardson. It is turning its own failures on energy security into a single-issue platform on which to campaign.
The Crows have sewn up a top two berth: the fabled Premiership primer of a home final and double chance. Our slightly worse-for-wear Fumbles correspondent would say nothing could go wrong from here... but for the fact that it usually does.
Chief Justice Chris Kourakis says the judicial system suffers from an “image problem”, in part because nobody is charged with publicly defending its credibility, while governments are more inclined to divert much-needed funds into “headline” projects.
A first-of-its-kind ‘fill-and-finish’ injectable medicines factory will set up shop in Adelaide’s Tonsley innovation hub, after securing crucial set-up funds in an investment round.