Archive for Category: "Politics"
South Australia has become the third state to sign up to the Federal Government’s Gonski national education reforms, which will see a $1.1 billon increase in funding over the next six years. ASH PISANI reports.
The South Australian Government recently introduced a plan to place betting advertisement restrictions on live sporting games which has been positively received by South Australians. TOM EDWARDS reports.
The mocking of Julia Gillard’s appearance isn’t funny – it’s sexist, says political commentator ASHLEIGH PISANI.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard is attempting to appeal to women in the lead up to September’s election, says ASHLEIGH PISANI.
Walkerville residents believe that child safety is being put at risk around the new Woolworths shopping centre because of a lack of council spending on safe pedestrian crossings, reports JANINE DONALDSON.
Employees made to wear makeup to work reveal employers as a blemish on the face of the hospitality industry. COURTNEY JOHANSON reports.
Internet security experts are warning about the potential threat of cyber-security attacks and the need for governments and companies to properly invest in security systems. MATTEO GAGLIARDI reports.
Recent statistics show the rate of South Australian smokers aged 15 years or older has dropped more than four per cent in the last two years, now standing at 16.2 per cent. LARA GARDNER reports.
Could you imagine being locked up on an island in the middle of the ocean ith no rights and little hope of freedom? This is a question being posed by a new campaign to end mandatory detention of children who seek asylum. JOHN HUNT reports.
By KYRA OLSSON The world was shocked by the rarity of Pope Francis’ sermon on May 22, when the leader of the Catholic Church declared everyone, including atheists, were “redeemed” in the eyes of God. The statement made international headlines and was met with an extremely positive reception from the general populace. Pope Francis [...]