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Today, readers comment on a security pact, a Prospect Rd fire, TAFE cuts and an Adelaide vaccination divide.

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Commenting on the story:  Celebrations, recriminations as SA’s nuke sub coup sparks China ‘Cold War’ warning

This has been done by stealth. If you look at the joint Australia/USA flags behind him, you know that Scott Morrison’s notion of patriotism is going to be the key he expects to use for re-election.

It will be ‘Yellow peril’ again, when we have a very significant population of Chinese Australians. And he expects this to trump his determination not to commit Australia to effective work about climate change. ‘War’ rather than ‘weather’. He expects us to fall in line with nuclear-powered weapons of war for the first time, when we signed the treaty against the proliferation of nuclear weapons of war. – Erica Jolly

Commenting on the story: Fire destroys Prospect Rd restaurant

I am as well as others genuinely sad for this tragedy. This shop was brilliant, with great customer service, food and a lovely environment.

We hope that nobody was injured and that the staff members can manage without work for this period. Truly sad, wishing for the best. – Elizabeth Taban

Commenting on the story: ‘Political misogyny’: Govt slammed over TAFE cuts impacting women

Does the Premier inhabit a different universe? “Coltman (Tafe CEO) advised staff that 20 courses would be scrapped from metro campuses this year, including all subsidised childcare, disability and aged care offerings for students.”

Last time I checked, these sectors were crying out for staff. Subsidised  courses for occupations that have vacancies are often the way many women on low incomes and Centrelink payments can afford to study.

Not sure why you would lock out large numbers of women who work in these industries when not only is there work in these areas, but the sectors themselves are crying out for trained workers. – Helen Chadwick

Commenting on the story: North-south divide in Adelaide vaccination uptake

If people remain unvaccinated, a divide will come more and more into existence. I’m shocked that the pandemic has been hijacked by paranoid people living their life online. – Jeremy Bryce

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