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Thebarton Theatre set for $4m upgrade

A $4 million upgrade to Thebarton Theatre, a $7.3 million Mount Barker regional aquatic centre and a $7.1 million Salisbury recreation precinct redevelopment are among more than $100 million “shovel-ready” projects to receive funding under a State Government infrastructure program aimed at creating jobs.

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Business

Retail spending on the up in June

Retail sales in Australia rose a solid 2.4 per cent in June, as people flocked to reopened cafes and restaurants and spent more on clothing in the first full month of trade since the lockdowns ended.

Opinion

The cost of lockdown, and the cost of not doing it

The economic cost of Australians undertaking “self-lockdown” is very different to government estimates of official lockdowns costs, and should help overcome reluctance to do what is necessary to contain the virus, argues Richard Holden.