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A proposal to abolish the state upper house is under discussion in South Australia. Not only do the changes risk damaging the quality of the political process and the accountability of government, they are also ill-thought out and, it is argued, may be defeated anyway....
Each election is unique, but the 2006 South Australian and Tasmanian elections had several features which were relevant to the analysis of such elections. Scott Bennett looks at each of the electoral contests separately, then makes some general observations about state elections in this country....
Geoff Anderson and Haydon Manning review the election and analyse the Rann government’s commitment to abolishing the upper house and inclusion of non-Labor members in Cabinet. They also examine South Australia’s unique electoral redistribution formula.
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“SOUTH Australians might as well not bother casting a vote on March 18 unless something changes quickly”. Why? Because the campaign “is barely causing a ripple”. That’s the view of Adelaide’s...
The Suicide Prevention for Country SA initiative is based on central coordination, support and the development of cross regional networking. The origin, development, model of operation, and activities of the initiative are described. The paper discusses the focus on young people and Aboriginal men in...
The 'Families at Risk' study has produced local evidence drawing attention to the strengths and challenges for parents living in situations of chronic and multiple disadvantage with children aged 0 - 7 years. Life for the majority of these parents and youg children is under-resourced,...