Commenting on the story: Premier defends fallen ministers as reshuffle takes shape
If the premier believes that there was no deliberate dishonesty on the part of the ministers who resigned over their expenses claims, then it must have been either disregard for the rules, naivety, or stupidity. – Michael Schilling
I am intrigued that you made reference to a “reshuffle”.
On my hearing of the Premier on ABC Radio, he specifically refuted the notion of a reshuffle. On this basis, the new/novice Ministers would be directly appointed to DPTI and Agriculture.
Is this now an ongoing “changing feast” for the Premier? – Brian Wellington
It is so difficult to soar like an eagle, when you’re surrounded by turkeys. – Paul McKinnon
Commenting on the story: Search for next Crows chairman turns to another banker
The tone and the way Michelangelo writes about the Crows is so biased.
‘Mahogany lined boardrooms’ and so on, always writing with his impressions that the Crows are so elitist. We have 60,000 average people following them.
I was so glad when he retired from The Advertiser; why did you have to give him another journalist position to air his disdain for the Crows?
I will be unsubscribing from InDaily. – Meredith Vranat
Michelangelo Rucci reports as a fact that Jamie McPhee “played Sheffield Shield cricket for South Australia”.
That is not correct, as a quick search of Cricinfo would have easily revealed. He was however a fine player who played first grade district cricket in SA for Kensington and University, and was captain of the Australian Under 19 team one season, which included Mark Taylor, Steve and Mark Waugh and Craig McDermott. – Greg Howe
Commenting on the story: Opportunity knocks at vacant city shops
The last thing Adelaide needs is subsidised restaurant tenancies in an otherwise crowded marketplace.
Too many restaurants who are competing fairly are already doing it hard.
Let the market decide who survives, and not a council subsidy. – Richard McLeod
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