Today, readers comment on the State Government demanding bus operators deliver better services for less money, and point interstate for lessons on why it’s worth saving a remnant of Port Adelaide history.
The determined Queenslander is mounting an expensive national campaign to reclaim Senate seats, says Michelle Grattan.
With huge delays and jurisdiction issues affecting many Australians, the family law system should rate much higher as a political issue, writes Morry Bailes.
Julian Assange is not a journalist and embracing him and Wikileaks in the name of press freedom risks inviting more regulation upon reporters and the news media, argues Kathy Kiely and Laurel Jeff.
With voter trust in politics and democratic institutions plunging, politicians of all persuasions must be more ethical, accountable and responsive to community concerns, argue Samuel Wilson, Jason Pallant and Timothy Colin Bednall.
Today, readers comment on a forecast leap in registration, fines and other state government fees, and a plan to merge the Public Trustee and Public Advocate offices.
With the future of another piece of Port Adelaide’s maritime heritage in the balance, historian Brian Samuels makes a case for the vast building to become the heart of a new precinct celebrating South Australian history.”