You only have to prevent one case, which could have otherwise led to community spread and lockdown, for such a scheme to pay for itself many times over.
The Morrison government and South Australian government struck this landmark deal ahead of the Biden Summit last week. Let’s take a hard look at the good and bad bits.
The COVID pandemic has increased the strain on an already troubled mental health system in South Australia. Now, the state’s outgoing mental health boss is calling for accountability and change.
South Australia this week has passed a bill to decriminalise abortion, the last Australian jurisdiction to do so. Yet people seeking an abortion still face a variety of challenges.
Last year, renewables provided a whopping 60% of South Australia’s electricity supplies. The remarkable progress came as national climate policy was gripped by paralysis – so how did it happen?
We need a holistic response that considers the systemic reasons that force people to lie about working.
Clear messaging about who needs to get tested is better than stigmatising people who are understandably worried about their health.
University of Canberra Professorial Fellow Michelle Grattan and University of Canberra Assistant Professor Caroline Fisher discuss the week in politics.
In my view the short, sharp lockdown is warranted. It will give authorities time to discover the extent of exposure from this cluster.
Scott Morrison is hopeful his national cabinet’s goal of an ‘open Christmas’ won’t be impeded by a cluster outbreak in South Australia.
South Australia’s COVID cluster is disappointing after a long stretch of no community transmission. Now we need to act to stop it growing exponentially.
Japan’s plan is a terrible idea, but so is our government’s plan to send nuclear waste to South Australia temporarily.
There are two interesting points about Australia’s travel bubble with New Zealand. It only includes NSW and the NT. And for now, it’s only one way.
Some games developed in South Australia will now be able to access a rebate of 10% of production costs. It’s helpful but more is needed for Australia’s game industry to thrive.
Ten artists and collectives are on display in this exhibition, questioning ‘If the future is to be worth anything.’
The extinct Mukupirna - which translates to ‘big bones’ - is estimated to have been more than four times larger than any living wombat.
The answer is in the reason for re-opening only to some parts of the country. And our constitution allows states a bit of leeway to decide what is in their citizens’ best interests.
An archaeologist tells the story of how she and her colleagues discovered a traditional Irish village, a clachan, in a South Australian field – the first confirmed clachan found outside Ireland.
Australia’s skilled migration program simply isn’t working the way it is supposed to.
The Flinders Ranges in South Australia is Adnyamathanha Country. A country of 600 million-year-old fossils and 45,000-year-old living culture.