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Gasworks site on agenda as Crows meet with Govt

The Adelaide Football Club will meet with the State Government in coming days, after Labor leader Peter Malinauskas vowed to review the criteria under which the Crows were denied the chance to develop a new club headquarters on the former Brompton Gasworks site.

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Tony Braxton-Smith fronts the inquiry yesterday. Photo: Tony Lewis / InDaily

‘I had failed in my task’: public service boss’s ‘dismay’ at Chapman’s port rejection

The head of the state’s Transport department didn’t consider it his role to advise Attorney-General Vickie Chapman if she had a conflict of interest relating to a deep-water port on her native Kangaroo Island, telling parliament it would have been akin to “teaching your grandma how to suck eggs”.


'If in doubt, get out' over conflict of interest

The former chair of the state’s planning commission has told a parliamentary inquiry that she advised Attorney-General Vickie Chapman that a $40 million Kangaroo Island port proposal “should be approved”, declaring she employed her own benchmark for assessing conflicts of interest: ‘If in doubt, get out’.


State Govt's Planning director quits

The director of the State Government’s Planning department has quit, just months after the rollout of a new statewide planning and design code and little more than a year after the agency was split from its former home in Transport and Infrastructure.


Suburban street angst over Aldi bid

A proposed Aldi supermarket in Adelaide’s north-east will go before the state’s planning body tomorrow as the local council, traders and residents say it’s too big and intends to use a residential street to ease delivery and shopper access.