Today, readers continue to fire up about the State Government’s changes to land tax and question the latest plan to reduce congestion on the South Eastern Freeway.
As humans reach out to space and Adelaide gears up as the home of the Australian Space Agency, it’s time to reflect on the the essential meanings of being and humanity in a new age of exploration, says Helen Connolly.
The Marshall Government has picked a political fight with the Liberal base – and the wounds it is opening could be hard to heal, writes Tom Richardson.
Today, readers comment on land tax changes and Marshall Government policy.
Academics on casual contracts often feel vulnerable and of lower status than “permanent” staff members. Yet, they can minimise their exploitation as if it’s part of the authentic academic experience, writes Kate Bone.
Today, readers comment on the ACC’s move to police councillor behaviour by adopting a “morality clause”.
Today, readers comment on public transport privatisation, and senior department staff being axed by new governments.”