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.
Sentencing reform for pedophiles, longer opening hours for police stations and more officers on the proverbial beat… law and order must be back in political vogue.
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.
South Australia is the perfect place to introduce changes to electricity market rules to give consumers a greater capacity to save on their energy bills by voluntarily “switching off”, writes Ben Oquist.
Australia’s millions of unpaid carers deserve much more support from government to avoid often terrible consequences when the pressure gets too much, writes David Militz.”