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InDaily : July 27th 2012
home news nation/world business sport views reviews ispy property weather SOUTH Australia’s major environment groups have drawn the line at a minimum environmental flow of 4000 gigalitres in the Murray River, higher than 2750GL recommended by the Murray-Darling Basin Plan. Presented personally to Premier Jay Weatherill today, the position statement said at least 4000GL should be returned to the river, along with any water savings achieved through... READ MORE Des Ryan : Commentary “ VIBRANT” has become almost the parody word of our times when it comes to Adelaide’s urban design. It’s near inescapable, the favourite new buzzword of planners and politicians alike, as though Adelaide would become an instantly better place to live by simply flicking the vibrant switch. There it was again yesterday from Housing and Urban... READ MORE SCHOOL teachers-librarians are being forced to teach in classrooms by school principals who need to make up budget shortfalls, the Australian Education Union says. The AEU state branch says at least 50 teacher-librarians have been either shifted out of the library or been made redundant since last year. “It’s widespread -- it would be 50-plus,” union vice-president David Smith told Indaily. “ Throughout the state a lot of schools are eating away at teacher-librarian time, one way or another.” Smith said a student-centred funding model introduced in 2011 gave principals the power to allocate their own staffing budgets, and teacher-librarians were the losers. “Many [principals] do see the need for teacher- librarians but they are caught in a system which is short of funds.” READ MORE Liam Mannix River flow minimum 4000+ School libraries hit by tight budgets: union David Smith ... teacher-librarians are the very best placed people to assist students Vibrant and dull at same time Liam Mannix GREEN is almost like a swear word, too tarnished now as an eco-brand, and should be replaced with something else, an environment conference has heard. The words “green” and “sustainability” have lost whatever positive meaning they once had, the ENVIRO2012... READ MORE It’s not easy still being green Theo Maras Video produced by History SA ‘Open House Adelaide’ crowd pleaser THE first Open House Adelaide event last May saw over 5000 people visit some of Adelaide’s most interesting buildings – heritage, working and... READ MORE fri.27.jul.2012 Cornes Toyota
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