It’s gas, not wind, that’s pushing up Australia’s electricity prices, writes Zsuzsanna Csereklyei.
Andrew Hunter dreams of an Australian President with more to their outlook and experience than politics, who could help lead the nation through the challenging times ahead.
By refusing to guarantee the survival of the widely-loved Thebarton Theatre, the Marshall Government has already lost control of the narrative around its plans for South Road, writes Tom Richardson.
Today, readers comment on a city councillor’s claim that universities’ rapid growth robs council of rates, passenger satisfaction on trains, trams and buses, and sport articles.
Today, readers comment on a suspended jail term, options for the South Rd upgrade, and wanting more media analysis and less comment.
The latest scandal to hit the Murray-Darling Basin Plan comes as no surprise to economists. Evidence has long existed that spending billions on infrastructure-based water recovery does not work, argues John Quiggin.
Environmental groups on Kangaroo Island concerned about the incremental destruction of habitat are fighting a complex paper battle on multiple fronts. Kathie Stove explains what they are up against – and why they care.”