InDaily InDaily

Support independent Journalism Donate Subscribe
Support independent journalism

Your views: on a Barossa hotel and political pay cut

Reader contributions

Today, readers comment on a planned luxury hotel at Seppetsfield, and calls for MPs to share Australia’s economic pain.

Print article

Commenting on the story: $50m luxury hotel to become “Sydney Opera House” of Barossa

This proposed development is completely at odds with Light Regional Council Development Plan for the Seppeltsfield heritage area.

After having achieved a remarkably sensitive refurbishment of the existing winery and cellar door precinct, it beggars belief they would be proposing a building design that is so insensitive to and out of context with the landscape and environs.

By all means build a five or six star hotel but make sure it is appropriate in form and scale to the beautiful and unique location. – Catherine Lawler

Is it just me, or does it look a giant headless slug?

Perhaps they are appealing to the big thing market in Australia. – Nicholas Glen

Commenting on the story: Politician pay cut call not helpful: Morrison

Lack of leadership yet again by all our politicians.

True leaders go without to demonstrate that they are also doing their bit. That ensures the masses remain onside.

Scomo may be working exceptional hours but he and his wife have two fully funded homes.

Good grief, if the pollies donated half their salaries to organisations like the Salvos, not only would it look good but they’d even get a tax break.

Make note of all those who are now jobless, who are now volunteering with organisations like Meals on Wheels, putting in at their cost of transportation and time. – Rod Murray

Want to comment?

Send us an email, making it clear which story you’re commenting on and including your full name (required for publication) and phone number (only for verification purposes). Please put “Reader views” in the subject.

We’ll publish the best comments in a regular “Reader Views” post. Your comments can be brief, or we can accept up to 350 words, or thereabouts.

Help our journalists uncover the facts

In times like these InDaily provides valuable, local independent journalism in South Australia. As a news organisation it offers an alternative to The Advertiser, a different voice and a closer look at what is happening in our city and state for free. Any contribution to help fund our work is appreciated. Please click below to donate to InDaily.

Donate here
Powered by PressPatron

More Reader contributions stories

Loading next article