Today, readers are divided on South Australia’s moratorium on genetically-modified crops, a correspondent questions the future of the submarine given the rise of undersea “drones”, a plea on the Adelaide Oval hotel, and more.
Welcome to InDaily’s new way to publish reader contributions. Today, readers question South Australia’s festivals strategy, take a federal minister to task over milk prices, and raise a skeptical eyebrow about the latest moves on submarine jobs.
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.
A bill to allow asylum seekers on Nauru and Manus Island to be transferred to Australia for medical and psychiatric treatment has passed both Houses. Nicholas Procter and Mary Anne Kenny explain how it will work.
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.
What if they held a culture war, but no-one came?”