ABC reality show Everyone’s A Critic may help broaden gallery audiences by inviting ‘everyday Australians’ to discuss artworks, but it also highlights the need for greater visual literacy in our population, writes Holly Arden.
Competition for graduate jobs in South Australia is fierce, prompting Malcolm King to ask: when will our universities start to focus on quality over quantity?
South Australia’s retiring deputy chief magistrate Andrew Cannon reflects on nearly four decades on the bench, highlighting the need for judicial officers of independence and integrity to combat the forces of political opportunism.
Proposed changes to South Australia’s ICAC Act pose an intolerable risk to the community, writes lawyer Samuel Joyce, who argues there is an “unhealthy deference” to the current Commissioner.
Philip White looks at developments in the US relating to the favourite weed killer of Australia’s wine and beer industries.
Australia has had decades of dumbing down, where mediocrity trumps excellence, and Rainer Jozeps is tired of it.
The Liberals’ enthusiastic gambit in Mayo was meant to return a blue-ribbon seat to the fold – but it could end up entrenching a third-party MP there for a generation, writes Tom Richardson.”