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Former top bureaucrat ‘knows our commercial secrets’

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.

South Australian Transport Minister Stephan Knoll (Image: AAP/Sam Wundke)

The fight to privatise Adelaide’s rail network

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?

Premier of South Australia, Steven Marshall (Image: David Mariuz/AAP)

Is South Australia facing population decline?

Studies show that inter-state emigration and lowering birth rates are a threat to South Australia's economy. Can policy action help?

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Health, population and space take the stage at COAG

Good morning, early birds. Adelaide is set to be announced as the home of Australia's space agency, and aviation transport workers lobby federal Labor to assist in Qantas stoush. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Crikey Worm: a ‘class war’ waged on tax

Good morning, early birds. Labor and the Coalition are jostling for support with tax cuts. Plus, a new poll finds a sharp spike in anti-immigration sentiments. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Shipbuilding sticker shock: taxpayer to waste millions per naval job

The government's new shipbuilding plan confirms we'll be spending millions per job to build naval vessels locally. And some of the jobs won't even be Australian.

‘ABC Adelaide’ loses legal bid, but suits in Sydney vow to fight on

The ABC's Adelaide radio station yesterday announced it was celebrating changing its name from 891 ABC to "ABC Adelaide", but its Sydney bosses are promising a legal fight to allow it use its preferred option: ABC Radio Adelaide, writes InDaily editor David Washington.

The Advertiser was printed in Melbourne and driven overnight to South Australia.

Front page of the day: The Advertiser, printed in Melbourne

The Advertiser was printed in Melbourne and driven overnight to South Australia.

Adelaide's 25-year-old indie music rag Rip It Up will close.

Rip It Up shuts down at the end of the month

Adelaide's 25-year-old indie music rag Rip It Up will close.