Steven Marshall won government promising to implement a Strong Plan for Real Change. But events of this week, as Tom Richardson writes, suggest the new mantra should be a Strong Plan for No Change Whatsoever.
EXCLUSIVE | One of the Marshall Government’s most senior ministers could face off against veteran independent Geoff Brock at the next state election, under a proposal to merge two regional seats being strongly considered by the state’s boundaries commission.
EXCLUSIVE | A radical shake-up of South Australia’s electoral system – that would see preferential voting sidelined – is being considered among a raft of changes, with a bill expected to be introduced to parliament within weeks, InDaily understands.
Labor says it will ask police to investigate whether any South Australian MPs have breached parliamentary accommodation allowance protocols and has called on Upper House president Terry Stephens to stand aside pending any inquiry.
UPDATED | Plans to open South Australia’s Victorian border in three weeks have been scrapped as coronavirus cases continue to surge, throwing business plans, long-awaited family reunions and the AFL season into disarray.
South Australia has recorded its first new coronavirus cases since May, with three returning travellers in quarantine in the CBD – including a three-year-old girl – returning positive tests.