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Zen and the art of planning reform

Notes on Adelaide returns, bringing news of the head of a major SA government department who wants staff to embrace the Eastern philosophy of ‘Kaizen’ when they return to the office en masse – but what’s happened to one of his key appointments?

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Business backlash as SA state of emergency extended

EXCLUSIVE | South Australia’s state of emergency declaration will be extended for at least a further month, InDaily can reveal – prompting a backlash from one of the state’s most prominent business figures, who says the Marshall Government needs to take control of reopening the economy.

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BORDER BUNGLE: SA Health red-faced over coronavirus case

The controversy surrounding South Australia’s handling of a special exemption allowing a woman who tested positive to COVID-19 into the state has intensified dramatically, with SA Health first blaming Victoria for a “glitch” that saw her arrive without local authorities being told – only to then backtrack and admit they’d missed the email.

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Hoteliers lament “missed opportunity” as SA takes “baby steps” towards easing lockdown

South Australia will take “baby steps” towards fast-tracking the easing of coronavirus restrictions as health authorities concede the State Government’s focus is shifting towards the “social and emotional” elements of an economic recovery, but the hotel industry remains “particularly disappointed”.

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A Marshall Government minister’s proposal to shift Kangaroo Island into an electorate hundreds of kilometres away by road and sea has been described as “crazy” and “stupid” by both Liberal and Labor critics.

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"Off with the pixies": Lib plan for Kangaroo Island slammed

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Minister silent on FIFO executive's office attendance

The Marshall Government has conceded a senior ‘fly in-fly out’ bureaucrat has continued to work in the office of the Planning, Transport and Infrastructure Department instead of self-isolating, despite calls from the Premier that working from home will “reduce the risk and the spread” of coronavirus.