Post Tagged with: "Government"
Once upon a time, in the heart of Adelaide city there was a mirror, but it wasn’t just any mirror, it was a magic mirror. ANASTASIA VENTO explains.
The Venezuelan government announced plans to boost tourist numbers through the establishment of a new Council of Tourism Promotion earlier this month. But conventional tourism isn’t what some visitors to the South American country want, says RYAN MALLETT OUTTRIM.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard is attempting to appeal to women in the lead up to September’s election, says ASHLEIGH PISANI.
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.
Politicians better be on their toes, with their statements now being rated for truthfulness by PolitiFact Australia, writes ASHLEIGH PISANI/
The number of Australians aged 18-34 attending an educational institution has almost doubled since 1976, despite the costs of university tuition, according to a study released by the ABS. SARAH PARKINSON reports.
Poker does not pose the same risks to society as do many other forms of gambling, according to professional poker player Richard Long*. He says the Government’s efforts to make poker illegal is unfair for those who make a living from the popular game. KATE MILANOWICZ reports.
Federal Opposition Leader Tony Abbott has pledged that if elected, he will impose a total ban on advertisements for live betting during televised sporting events, reports MITCHELL TILLER.
The government’s announcement of tougher driving laws for first year P-plate drivers in South Australia has ignited fierce debate, with many young drivers taking to social media to display their frustration, writes MELISSA KEOGH.