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ICAC at odds with both parties on open hearings

Anti-corruption commissioner Bruce Lander will make a last-ditch bid to persuade parliament not to pass a Bill allowing public maladministration hearings, with both the Government and Opposition seeking changes he argues will make the legislation unworkable.

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The next chief executive of NAB has a “mountain to climb” to bring the bank into line with community expectations, its outgoing chairman believes.

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NAB's next boss has a "mountain to climb" to fix culture

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Budget backflip on Service SA fee hike

The Marshall Government has backed down on a budget savings measure to “implement cost recovery for merchant fees” that would have seen South Australians slugged hidden charges at Service SA centres across the state.


Labor launches "first policy" as by-elections loom

Labor leader Peter Malinauskas has committed to re-open three Service SA centres earmarked for closure in the Marshall Government’s first budget, in a by-election pitch aimed at shoring up by-election support in Enfield and drawing a political battleline on government spending.


New boss for TAFE SA

The State Government has appointed a permanent CEO to TAFE SA for the first time since former head Robin Murt resigned more than a year ago, after enrolments were suspended in a raft of underperforming courses.

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Portrait of a faceless man

SPECIAL REPORT | He runs one of SA Labor’s ruling factions and orchestrated the rise of the state’s last premier, but mention David Gray’s name and most South Australians would assume you’re talking about an English troubadour or retired TV comedian. So is Labor’s most reclusive powerbroker a ‘faceless man’? “That’s not for me to say,” he tells Tom Richardson.