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Today, readers comment on a North Adelaide saga, a collapsed case, preselection and the power of seaweed.

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Commenting on the story: Decades of inaction on old Le Cornu site could end today

If the planning restriction is eight storeys, how on earth can it be doubled? – Peter Baker

I sat in on SCAP the other day. Towering development in play.

There’s a right royal row but I’ve no right of say.

So now I must sit sit, hearing digging all day.

At my wit’s end. Missing amenity, ‘stolen’ away. – Elbert Brooks

Commenting on the story: DPP ‘considering’ pushing on with Renewal SA prosecution as Chapman denies conflict

So the Attorney-General states publicly that the DPP could still initiate proceedings against two public servants shown to have no case to answer in a Magistrates Court.

Why do this publicly? I consider such behaviour unethical. Certainly, if I so acted as a psychologist there would be serious repercussions. – Peter Powell

Commenting on the story: Labor hopeful stuns party with shock legal threat

Most long suffering rank and file ALP members know these reprehensible practices are widely entrenched, and many believe unless the ALP becomes more open, accountable and democratic that voters will continue to pay us out. Good on you, Ms Alice Dawkins. – Rosie Elliott

Bravo, talented Alice. Many members support your policy on protecting workers of the future from the behemoth of AI, robotics and machine learning . Many members also want more information on voting procedures that recently elected Reggie Martin to the Upper House. – Julanne Sweeney

Commenting on the story: SA methane-busting cattle feed to be used at new $90m plant

How fantastic are the CSIRO  in discovering  that the red seaweed when mixed with normal cattle feed will eliminate 90%  of the Methane a cow produces.

This is something the Feds need to get behind immediately. What a sensational way to contribute toward correcting climate change. Well done. – Leroy Uren

These are the sort of projects that we need to encourage. Hopefully good all round for the environment, cattle and provide jobs.

Much better than fish farming in the Gulf. – Geraldine Gillen 

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