IT is hard to summon the enthusiasm to write another editorial regarding the delays to the electrification of the Gawler railway, given the words have all been said before.
OKAY, I am going to appear curmudgeonly here, and I’m sure the baby boomers out there will fire up their poison pens following this admission, but, nonetheless, I need to get something off my chest.
I’m over The Beatles. Had enough. Fed up.
RIGHT of way.
It is a term in our minds constantly when we’re on the road.
Right of way tells us that if we can legally turn, traverse lanes or cross a road, then we are allowed to do so ahead of those also using the road.
South Australian politics is the gift that keeps on giving.
Martin Hamilton-Smith’s soldier-of-fortune act to transfer his support to Jay Weatherill’s Labor Government is a moment almost unparalleled in SA political history.
THE polls are in and the Liberal Government’s first Federal Budget is deeply unpopular – no surprises there.