To stem the loss of talented young people from the state, South Australia needs to create not just jobs – but the right kind of jobs, writes Suzi Sosa.
Australia Day should be celebrated on a different date, argues former South Australian Attorney-General Peter Duncan, but advocates for change must be patient or they could risk entrenching 26 January as our national day.
South Australia’s first Liberal Premier in a generation ended 2018 on a high – after a deliberately low-key approach to his first year in office. But, writes Tom Richardson, the lessons of past failures should ensure that the era of “underpromising” is set to end.
It was one of the biggest days in SA’s recent political history – but for Tom Richardson, almost everything that could go awry, did. In his last column for 2018, he reflects on a day that he remembers for all the wrong reasons.
Meanwhile in Canberra… politics this year has seen a series of meltdowns. Will 2019 offer respite from the chaos?
We celebrate the economic benefits of international students but ignore their reality, writes Andrew Hunter, who believes sport can help bridge the cultural divide.
Hand-wringing over the high cost of petrol does little to help those hardest hit by price volatility – but there are things governments can do to reduce cost-of-living pressures, writes SACOSS CEO Ross Womersley.”