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Labor's technical colleges election pledge

Labor has promised to build five new technical colleges across South Australia if elected in March to address “chronic skills shortages” and lift school completion rates, declaring “not every kid has the ambition to go to university and nor should they”.

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Scott Morrison flanked by live feeds of Britain’s Boris Johnson and US President Joe Biden at Thursday's joint press conference to announce a new alliance and SA nuclear subs build. Photo: Mick Tsikas / AAP
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Celebrations, recriminations as SA's nuke sub coup sparks China 'Cold War' warning

South Australia will be the hub of a new world order in international defence, with a nuclear-powered submarine fleet to be built here and the existing Collins Class fleet to be serviced at Osborne – but the dramatic developments have created uncertainty for hundreds of local workers and sparked claims the state will have a “target on its back”.