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If we could talk to the animals

A year after Zoos SA venues and staff went into pandemic lockdown, Elaine Bensted reflects upon adaptation, lessons learned and the chance for humans to reconsider an often-destructive relationship with nature.

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Dry argument over national water policy

The Productivity Commission says a national plan for water security needs updating for the challenges of a growing population and climate change. Governments must act urgently on water reform, argues Quentin Grafton.

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Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk will call for an overhaul in hotel quarantine arrangements at the next meeting of National Cabinet (AAP Image/Darren England)

What we know today, Thursday January 14

Today’s breaking news from South Australia, the nation and abroad. The Queensland Government is seeking a national quarantine overhaul, and has suggested moving returned international travellers from CBD medi-hotels to disused, regional mining camps.  


SA Aboriginal community concern over landscape board representation

The head of Native Title in South Australia has criticised the State Government for failing to appoint more than one Aboriginal representative to help manage the state’s natural resources, claiming the omission could impede traditional owners from caring for their country – but the government says its calls for candidates went unanswered.