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"Something greater than sport": What is Port Adelaide really doing in China?

SPECIAL FEATURE | While AFL clubs around the country focus on honing their playing lists and coaching panels, Port Adelaide this morning made a key back-room appointment that could turn out to be the biggest signing of its off-season. Could a Chinese-born diplomat who has never set foot at Alberton hold the key to the club’s financial future? Tom Richardson finds out.

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Morrison Govt targets environmental activists

Groups pushing secondary boycotts and class actions as part of environmental and anti-mining campaigns are the focus of a concerted government effort to bring them to heel, says Michelle Grattan.

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The Marshall Government is set to pursue new “savings or revenue measures” to make up for a higher-than-expected shortfall in SA Water dividends from next year, as the state’s Auditor-General warns the budget faces “increased exposure” to the utility’s operations.

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Lucas bracing for "increased exposure" to SA Water's fortunes

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