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Angry prison guards march on Parliament

Hundreds of South Australian prison guards have walked off the job and descended on Parliament House demanding the government reverse its decision to privatise the Adelaide Remand Centre.


Richardson: Service cuts a hard sell as landmines loom for Libs

Rob Lucas’s first budget in 17 years has outraged the usual suspects – and a few others besides – but it hasn’t exactly sated those who have long called for radical public sector reform either. And with voters in Government-held marginals among those in the firing line, Tom Richardson asks: have the Liberals messed up the politics – again?


Concern for 'disturbing' funding cuts to Aboriginal services

South Australian Aboriginal leaders have warned “disturbing” measures announced in the State Budget – including ending a native title grant and a $6 million funding cut to the Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation bureaucracy – will result in further disadvantage and challenges for Aboriginal groups.