Australia’s unpaid firefighters hold a significant place not just in the nation’s heart, but its economy, explains Michelle Cull.
Today, readers comment on the submarine project, Adelaide City Council and why the park lands swimming centre should be celebrated, not demolished.
Today, readers comment on the balance between retaining built heritage and encouraging new development, and an animal extinction inquiry.
Mismanagement and delay in the hugely expensive replacement program for the Collins-class submarines is a nightmare for Australian defence and taxpayers, argues Rex Patrick.
Encouraging tourists to return to Kangaroo Island and the Adelaide Hills is vital to help fire-affected regions and businesses get back on their feet. Getting the word out that there’s still plenty to see and do is the SA Tourism Commission’s number one priority, says Brent Hill.
Today, readers comment on coal and emissions, heritage versus development and a Crows park lands HQ.
Adelaide’s cafés and restaurants – and their customers – have become so noisy that Rainer Jozeps can’t stomach them any more.”