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Notes on Adelaide

North Adelaide Not-So-Confidential

In today’s Notes on Adelaide, the city council gets a bit sloppy with protecting confidentiality, the State Government embraces a ‘lite’ version of Weatherill-era “new democracy” and a spat emerges over the state of the Premier’s office equipment.

Area councillor Natasha Malani (left) and Lord Mayor Martin Haese theatrically knocking down a pre-prepared section of the old Le Cornu site fence after the council bought the property. Photo: Bension Siebert / InDaily

Councillor's on-again, off-again Le Cornu site 'conflict of interest'

A city councillor who previously absented herself from debate because she believed she had a conflict of interest over the old Le Cornu site has revealed that she initiated the talks that led to its sale.


Sanjeev Gupta unveils $1 billion SA energy plan

Billionaire industrialist Sanjeev Gupta has launched a $1 billion, one-gigawatt renewable energy plan based in South Australia’s mid-north that he says will lead Australian industry’s transition to more competitive power.

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South Australian welfare groups have called on the State Government to address what they say are inexcusable and entrenched realities facing low-income earners, as a Parliamentary inquiry gets underway to uncover the extent of poverty in the state.

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Inquiry to shine light on SA’s ‘inexcusable’ poverty rate

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