EXCLUSIVE | The state’s Planning agency says it’s investigating claims aired in an explosive all-staff email from a senior employee that a poor workplace culture had fostered a “toxic, hostile and unsafe” work environment, as the department embarks on a new round of staff cuts.
SA Liberals are in open conflict over the state executive’s bombshell decision to eject more than 100 members recruited from Evangelical Christian communities – and investigate hundreds more – with a showdown expected when the party’s state council meets this week.
UPDATED | The SA Liberal Party has moved to crack down on hundreds of new members recruited from conservative Pentecostal Church communities, cancelling scores of memberships and effectively issuing ‘show cause’ notices to hundreds more.
Former Premier Jay Weatherill says social policy is “the new province for economic reform”, arguing the Labor Party would find federal success if it committed “to make Australia the best place in the world to be a parent, and the best place in the world to grow up”.
In today’s Notes On Adelaide: who’s who on Labor’s hot mess of a website, things may or may not be coming up roses for SA Tourism, and the Adelaide Football Club’s still coming to grips with this democracy thing.
Former Family First senator Bob Day says the collapse of the conservative minor party has hastened an SA Liberal lurch “to the Left”, as he vows to campaign against moderate Marshall Government MPs in key marginal seats.