Getting into the housing market is a challenge for many people, but the data shows it's not as difficult as sometimes presented, particularly in a city like Adelaide.
Whitey's transfixed by the vinous possibilities of the China intrigue.
On any rational reading of it, this week’s revelations about the extent of the failure of South Australia’s government-owned TAFE – despite numerous warnings and red flags dating back years – should prompt some degree of electoral backlash against Labor, which has overseen the malaise for the past 16 years.
The reality for people in Bethlehem now or tourists wishing to visit the ancient city remains deeply politically fraught, writes Freya Higgins-Desbiolles from UniSA.
South Australia's TAFE troubles could have State Bank-scale ramifications for the state's future which is why our politicians need to work together to fix it, argues Mark Brindal, a former state minister for training.
Addressing the largely hidden but all-too-common problem of financial abuse of elderly Australians will require the involvement of the entire community, writes Andrea Michaels.
Last week in SA the "world's largest" lithium ion battery was launched. Will its storage capacity and versatility be a game-changer for Australia's energy market? Energy researcher Dylan McConnell assesses its impact.
“The bank tax standoff has escalated into a high-stakes game of political brinkmanship that will likely set the tone for the forthcoming state election campaign, writes Tom Richardson.”