South Australia
People with disabilities marginalised in politics and wider society

Diversity in Australia’s federal and state parliaments has been a hot topic for debate in recent ...  
There's more to the SA Labor Election victory than you think

Labor's victory in the SA State Election was won not just from a vote against the Liberals, but on ...  
The SA State Election shouldn’t even be close (but it is)

Polls suggest South Australia's Liberal Government could be defeated after just one term in the ...  
Border controls demonised as WA effectively shuts out COVID

The media relentlessly attacks the measures imposed to protect people from COVID instead of ...  
No legal protection for Victorian and SA koala populations

Governments in South Australia and Victoria have failed to provide adequate wildlife legislation ...  
Greens introduce new bill for transparency in greyhound racing industry

Legislation has been introduced to give the public a clearer picture of the South Australian ...  
Kimba: A town torn apart by nuclear waste proposal

Bogged down in the Senate is a Bill that selects a farming area, Napandee, near Kimba in South ...  
Blatant bureaucracy fuels fire risk in Adelaide Hills

At least a dozen South Australian officials have been alerted to a potential local fire hazard ...  
State governments favour migrants with jobs

State and territory governments have prioritised skilled and business migration places, Abul Rizvi ...  
New nuclear legislation set to provide toxic dumping ground in South Australia

The Australian Government is eager to pass legislation which will turn a South Australian property ...  
Canavan goes: Leaves 10,000-year toxic legacy

Matt Canavan has resigned the Resources Ministry, but the radioactive waste he signed off on has ...  
Christianity, intolerance and Christopher Pearson

Christianity has a track record of marginalising people for illegitimate reasons, writes Melvin ...  
Slaughtering koalas — the Liberal Party way

The South Australian Liberal Government is proposing to "cull" koalas and other threatened nati ...  
Failing: Music Academy falling short of Government-mandated enrolments

There are serious questions to be raised about the operation of the James Morrison Academy of ...  
It's time for free public transport

Free public transport would benefit everyone, especially those on low incomes.  
EDITORIAL EXCERPT: Batman, Pyne, Cambridge A and an oily pair of Kochs

There were two elections last weekend, but only one is particularly pertinent to the forthcoming ...  
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EDITORIAL: Batman, Pyne, Cambridge and an oily pair of Kochs

There were two elections last weekend, but only one is particularly pertinent to the forthcoming ...  
South Australian election matches State's future — difficult to predict

After 16 years in office, a resurgent Labor Party in South Australia seeks to head off a challenge ...  

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