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Your views: on an SA Health inquiry, and electoral boundaries

Today, readers comment on the State Government’s ruling out into an independent corruption inquiry into SA Health, and electoral fairness.

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Living with bushfire, and facing our fears

After the flames and crisis have passed and communities rebuild, conversations return to wider bushfire prevention strategies. But for people increasingly choosing to live in high-risk bushfire zones, planning and taking responsibility for personal safety literally begins in their own backyard, says Adelaide Hills resident Danielle Clode.


Examining the cost of free speech

Australia’s defamation laws are set to undergo their most significant changes for years. But while being sold as a win for free speech, the reforms may make it harder to successfully sue for damages and mainly benefit media organisations, argues Michael Douglas.

South Australia’s lawmakers have once again failed to heed evidence about the benefits of decriminalising sex work, allowing political game-playing and rigid ideas of morality to stymie reform, writes Roxana Diamond.

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SA's sex workers won't stop fighting for legal protection

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