Just months since being elected, Labor has made it their mission to keep community television alive in the hope of giving aspiring media professionals a head start with their careers.
Swamped with sick animals as vet care affordability drops: animal shelters’ pleas for government assistance go unanswered
As vet costs surge during the pandemic, so does the surrendering of sick pets. Yet, despite the pleas of strained local animal shelters, government assistance doesn’t appear to be coming anytime soon.
“We have to carry on the fight”: Hundreds show up to NAIDOC March on Kaurna Yarta to honour and celebrate First Nations-led movements for justice
The 2022 NAIDOC March on Kaurna Yarta coincides with the Family Fun Day for the first time since the pandemic – but, as this year’s theme highlights, First Nations-led calls for justice continue all year round.
With data showing a decline in physical activity, a group of young adults have created a running club as part of local event, Park Run.
Hypothermia, collapsing rooves, and eating from dumpsters: what South Australia’s housing crisis means for low-income renters
The South Australian Council of Social Service’s “Housing Affordability and Renters’ Rights Forum” on February 8 saw organisations, individuals and political candidates share stories of, and criticisms and solutions for, South Australia’s housing crisis ahead of March’s state election.
“Our lives are not a trend”: Resounding calls for justice mark 50 years of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy
Aboriginal community leaders, artists and young people highlighted the urgency of long-standing calls for justice through speeches and performances at the Survival Day event on unceded Kaurna Yerta on January 26.