The Federal Government’s latest attempt to expand surveillance of citizens is out of proportion to the threat facing Australians, writes Morry Bailes.
Amid mounting new revelations and Opposition calls for her resignation, Acting Premier Vickie Chapman must prove her position remains tenable. And, writes Tom Richardson, that can only be done by waiving privilege and making her own legal advice public.
Simplistic optimism won’t solve any of South Australia’s economic or social problems, argues Malcolm King.
War memorials belong to the communities of those who served – not to governments, councils or even the RSL, writes Lance Campbell.
Australians who voiced vociferous opposition to war in general and conscription, in particular, should be commemorated as an important part of our history, writes UniSA’s Rick Sarre.
The apparent inevitability of federal defeat for his Liberal colleagues could be the best thing to happen to Steven Marshall, writes Tom Richardson.
When Anne Summers’ brother discovered their grandfather’s unmarked and unloved grave in Adelaide’s West Terrace Cemetery, it raised distressing questions about what kind of man he was – and why. This extract comes from Summers’ new memoir, launched this week.”