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Labor figures back journalist over former leader

Senior NSW Labor MPs are abandoning Luke Foley and siding with the journalist who claims he groped her, with several now questioning the former state party leader’s plan to take legal action.

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A distinguished police officer accused of making threats to federal Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young’s office is “appalled” and “contrite without relief”, a court has been told.

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A consultant has failed to find evidence that an SA Health executive team actually exists. File image: Pexels
Notes on Adelaide

SA Health's missing executive team | Council candidate's cross to bear | PM's Adelaide influence

In today’s Notes on Adelaide, a management consultant struggles to find evidence that an SA Health executive team actually exists, the Prime Minister’s audience in Adelaide at a select and influential gathering, and a council candidate takes a religious analogy a bit too far.


Protecting the ABC from attacks on its independence

After accusations of political interference in the ABC’s independence, South Australian senator Tim Storer outlines his plan to change the appointment process for the board to bolster the national broadcaster’s capacity to resist influence from Canberra.

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New polls show Coalition well behind Labor

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has declared Australian voters “like what they see” after Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s first eight weeks in office. But two polls released today show the Coalition is still well behind Labor when it comes to the two-party preferred vote ahead of a federal election due next year.