Facebook's small victory against fake news. Another broken promise in SA. And bad news for backpackers. After a big week in news, here are the stories you may have missed.
When the SA government selected KordaMentha to overhaul Adelaide’s central health system, it chose the only tender applicant that offered no economic benefit to South Australia.
A recently dismissed SA Trade Department executive, now working for a local medicinal cannabis company, had access to secret information on its competitors, one of them has warned.
The South Australian government is in a war of words with the state opposition over the impending privatisation of Adelaide's public transport network. But what do the history books say on the matter?
Even for a politician as self-assured as Cory Bernardi, it’s hard to put a positive spin on this. How did it go so wrong?
If Labor bore the brunt of the gambling industry's power in Tasmania, elsewhere it enjoys a strong relationship with the pokies.
From healthcare to drug laws to deregulation, the South Australian government has spent the year keeping a low-profile between disappointments.
Studies show that inter-state emigration and lowering birth rates are a threat to South Australia's economy. Can policy action help?
As Alexander Downer blames voters for the troubles of the Liberal Party (including the failure to elect his daughter in the Mayo byelection), he should think about looking a little closer to home.