Monthly Archives: March 2013

Labor fights for unity         25 March 2013 “Labor is locked in a political duel of Shakespearean proportions. Despite the blood on the floor this battle is not over yet, writes Mungo MacCallum. There is a wistful piece of pacifist musing which asks: what … Continue reading

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Gillard crushes Labor dissent.

The last day (Thursday March 21) the Australian government sat before the budget on May 14 was a memorable one on two accounts. Firstly, there was a moving ceremony at which the Prime Minister Julia Gillard, and the leader of the Opposition, Tony Abbott, … Continue reading

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The new Royal Adelaide Hospital we had to have! Time to have a check-up on what is planned! A political, not a medical agenda It is hard to escape the conclusion that the New Royal Adelaide Hospital now under construction is more a big-noting political statement than a necessary expansion of the State’s medical program. The promotional … Continue reading

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Promotional video for the new Royal Adelaide Hospital

The new RAH

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New SA logo at least a great conversation topic! What no Tasmania!” (Not even Kangaroo Island?) It just looks like “an origami papal hat” was just one of the unflattering comments from Gruen Transfer host Wil Anderson reported in Adelaide Now. The relality for a $1.5 million price … Continue reading

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