There are plenty of reasons for South Australians to be concerned about the Marshall Government’s response to the Murray Darling Basin Royal Commission, writes Tom Richardson – and they’re not all about David Speirs.
After watching more than 100 episodes of zombie hit The Walking Dead, Blair Boyer has grasped why America’s gun laws will be almost impossible to change.
Don Dunstan’s career deserves celebration but we don’t need to give him unnuanced and sole credit for initiatives that were shared projects, writes Bannon-era Attorney-General Chris Sumner in this riposte to one of his Labor predecessors.
South Australia’s expenditure on child protection continues to explode – but is it leading to better outcomes? Simon Schrapel examines the latest damning data on children being placed in out-of-home care.
With the stress on Adelaide’s overloaded public hospital system showing no sign of abating, Warren Jones explains what the State Government must do to fix a system in critical condition.
In the understandable clamour for reform of the troubling practices of our banks, let’s not forget the victims of their rapacious behaviour, writes legal commentator Morry Bailes. If you’ve suffered at the hands of the banks, here’s where you can start to get help.
Mass fish deaths are a blaring warning signal for the heath of the Murray Darling Basin, but just as worrying is the sight of dry areas in the Darling, writes Fran Sheldon.”