Tomorrow South Australian voters will decide who they want to run their State — and while that’s usually a two-horse race, this time a dark horse has emerged in the form of SA-BEST. Continue reading Will SA-BEST pass the election test?
Frome is a mid-north regional electorate in the South Australian House of Assembly. Continue reading Electorate Profile: Frome
South Australia’s ice epidemic is an issue that remains at the forefront of 2018 electoral campaigns. Continue reading State election promises for South Australia’s ice epidemic
I have never been to Oakden, but reading the Oakden report reminds me of the back wards at the then-Hillcrest Hospital. Continue reading Oakden, a failure for all of us
The $2 billion ‘Road, Rail and Port’ plan, put forward by the State Government to extend tram routes across Adelaide, is a key issue in this month’s state election. Continue reading State Government off-track with disabled commuters
Held by State Opposition leader Steven Marshall since 2010, the seat of Dunstan is one of Adelaide’s most marginal seats in the 2018 state election. Continue reading Electorate Profile: Dunstan
Trump argues in the interest of national security, and in an attempt to restore and secure manufacturing jobs in the US, it’s time he flexed his anti-trade muscles and slapped a 25 per cent tariff on steel. Continue reading Trade and tribulation: What does a trade tariff on steel mean for the US and the rest of the world?
UniSA Magill campus is now home to one of the world’s most technologically advanced education facilities thanks to an initiative by global technology giant Samsung, UniSA, and the Federal Government. Continue reading Teaching for the future; the new Samsung SMARTSchool
Adelaide’s 2018 International Women’s Day Breakfast was once again the biggest in the country with over 2700 people in attendance. Continue reading International Women’s Day 2018: ‘No woman left behind’
The 90th Annual Academy Awards debuted a stunning line-up of Oscar-nominated actors, directors, writers, and producers over the weekend. Continue reading In the year of ‘Time’s Up’