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Your views: on mental health reform, city visitors and more

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Today, readers comment on the Health Minister’s mental health forum, city visitors and less-reported sports.

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Commenting on the story: ‘Missed opportunity’ as mental health reform hopes dashed

The negative reactions to the mental health ‘workshop’ were as inevitable as they were valid.

We have learnt from bitter experience that complicated workshops, summits and round tables are nothing more than a time-wasting form of occupational therapy for the participants and their long-suffering constituents.

The Minister and SA Health are aware of the problems and their solutions – funding and action.  They just need to stop talking and get on with it. – Warren Jones

Commenting on the story: City night life slow to recover from 2020 pandemic hangover

Everyone I talk to to does not feel safe to visit Adelaide until quarantine hotels in city are closed. Quarantine needs to be away from city centres. – Maureen Ritchie

The city needs to offer more attractions, something exciting, something educational.

A revamped interactive museum and art gallery could attract people to check them out again. I recently went and not much has been improved since the really good Indigenous section was updated.

The shops are important too but many are already in suburban areas with free parking. I was attracted to the Apple and Nespresso store for example because they are only in town, but even they offer delivery. The Torrens area is steadily improving; clean the river for recreational use finally and see more people come in to use that more. Figure out a better way for parking, make the city more green and beautiful. More marketing only works if there is something to market. – Shane Williams.

Commenting on the story: Not JUST the footy scores

Great to see your organisation supporting and informing news in sports that are not driven or mentioned by other forms of media. – Eddie Bulisl

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