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Your views: on homeless housing, vaccines and Eynesbury closure

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Today, readers comment on a special housing project, vaccination guideline changes and a city college closing its doors.

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Commenting on the story: ‘Most complex’ rough sleepers to move into Adelaide supported housing

What a great initiative by the State Government. If governments are judged by the way they treat the most vulnerable in their communities, then this initiative must be right up there. It sounds well planned and I look forward to hearing how it progresses. – Paul McKinnon

About time, it seems to take years for government to hurry up on the lack of housing for vulnerable people.

Buy and use some of the empty buildings in Adelaide for apartments for them. And keep up the momentum now you’ve finally started. 

Start a Homes for the Homeless lottery. That should help cover costs. – Toni Whyntie

Fantastic idea. – Darryl Nicholls

What about the homeless in the suburbs and country towns? There are more than 60 people sleeping rough in South Australia. – Jak Cook

Bravo. About time. – Yvonne Faure   

Commenting on the story: SA shuts out Sydney COVID site travellers amid new vaccination headache

Surprise, surprise: the AstraZeneca is now considered unsafe for 50 – 59 year olds.  It is just a matter of time before the experts decide it is also unsafe for those aged 60 and over.

In the meantime, elderly Australians continue to be denied the safer and more effective Pfizer because the Government failed to order sufficient supplies when they had the chance to do so 12 months ago. – Joy Wundersitz

Commenting on the story: International student shortage forces city college closure

It is with great sadness to read that Eynesbury Senior College in the Adelaide CBD will close at the end of the academic year.

This is an exceptional education provider with a diverse international flavour. Its conducive and mature approach to students and staff fostered an educational model attuned to many students and parents. Thank you Eynesbury for your service to education and your contribution to making us an education city. You will be missed. – Elbert Brooks 

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