Editorial

Humane decision

The decision by Federal Immigration Minister Alex Hawke to allow a Sri Lankan family to live in the Perth community rather than remain the sole…

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Rollout rolls on

It would appear the wider community is finally warming to the idea of getting Covid-19 vaccinations.SA has largely been immune from this pandemic which has…


Traffic problems

The latest push for an investigation into passenger rail through the Hills is a clear sign the State Transport Minister Corey Wingard’s stark rejection of…


Off the rails

The State Government’s refusal to entertain the concept of a rail link to the Hills leaves the region without a major option to solve its…


Fair fury

News that Gumeracha’s immensely popular medieval fair will be moved from the town next year has shocked the local community.Following the end of the recent…


Dying with dignity

This will be the 17th time in 26 years the SA Parliament has attempted to give people in the last throes of their life the option to end their suffering.


Paving the future

The opening of Mt Barker’s multi-million dollar Summit Sports and Recreation Park (SSRP) is the result of more than a decade of work.The $23m first…


Traffic woes

The major delays faced by commuters traversing the freeway during peak hour last week are yet another sign that a solution to Adelaide’s freight traffic…


Women’s rights

The opening of a dedicated centre in Mt Barker to cater for women suffering from domestic violence is a sad reflection on modern Australian society.It…


Border fears

Campbelltown Council’s move to push ahead with its controversial border realignment in the face of clear community opposition has unsurprisingly left residents angry and disillusioned.The…