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7The Independent Weekly
February 5 - 11, 2010
takes its pulse
planners want it retained as a
storm water catchment. Instead,
developers will slice it into small
allotments -- up to 30 houses per
hectare -- when the Adelaide
average is 11 to 13. It s been called
a ghetto of the future.
The biggest public meeting
in 50 years happened in 2006
at Woodville Town Hall when
1000 people opposed the sale of
Local anger has seen the issue
before the courts, and action is
continuing in the people s court
-- the court of public opinion.
Protest groups believe the govern-
ment has played a cowardly role,
but Weatherill can nevertheless
stay at home and count his
chickens. They will hatch, and he
In Port Adelaide, Labor can-
didate Kevin Foley has overseen
and complied with developers
knocking down two centuries
of maritime history, and its
replacement by Leggo-like blocks
of apartments and high-rises. Rod
Sawford, the former federal Labor
MP for Port Adelaide, believes the
government is "arrogant and out
"Labor s on the nose in the west
and it s not just a single issue,"
he told The Independent Weekly
last year. "There s the cuts to
the Queen Elizabeth Hospital,
WorkCover and Cheltenham
Racecourse. People feel disenfran-
"People in the west are
ashamed and angered that their
government and local members
are people treating people with
contempt. Foley said to a Labor
caucus that Cheltenham will be
sold over my dead body while
he was in opposition," Sawford
If that s so, then Foley is dead.
But he s not. He s alive, and is seen
more often in city nightclubs than
workingman s front bars.
There may still be a surprise
independent candidate to give him
a fight, but it will be a no contest.
Foley will retain Port Adelaide,
and then go back to living in the
style to which he d like to stay
If Cheltenham is Labor heart-
land, then Croydon is its spleen.
Sitting ALP MP Mick Atkinson
has made a habit of spreading
bile, most recently when he
used words we d rather not use
to describe on-line bloggers. He
has defamed a long list of people
under parliamentary privilege,
fought as attorney-general with
the Law Society and the Bar
Association, the director of public
prosecutions, the Council for Civil
Liberties, his party colleagues
and those working to protect civil
He will romp it in.
Liberal candidate for Croydon
Zack McLennan says he plans to
avoid a slanging match with the
attorney-general, but admits Michael
Atkinson s difficult week "has made
my job easier".
"For me, it s a matter of letting his
words speak for themselves. I don t
think I can embellish anything he
has said," Mr McLennan said.
"I am not going to run a com-
mentary on his problems ... but
it s always a mistake in any sort
of contest to rely on the failings
of your opponent to get you in."
Despite unrest in the electorate over
local issues, including the St Clair
landswap, Mr McLennan says he
expects voters to be voting on the big
issues of water, law and order and
city development plans.
Although he won t take the safe
Labor seat, Mr McLennan, only 22,
says he s playing to win and says
anything can happen on election day.
"Surprises do happen in elections
all the time, look at what happened
in America with the Republicans
winning a seat held by the Democrats
for half a century," he says.
November 24 Council
removes community land
classification from St
Clair reserve, allowing the
land swap with the Land
Management Corporation to
November 26 Ratepayers
challenge swap in Supreme
Court. Protest group's website
December 2 Residents
Supreme Court challenge
successful. Minister Gail
Gago's decision to approve
the removal of St Clair Oval's
community land status
declared "null and void''.
December 3 Independent
MLC David Winderlich initiates
Ombusman's inquiry into
Atkinson influence on the
Charles Sturt Council.
December 15 Council
removes community land clas-
sification from St Clair reserve
for the second time, allowing
the land swap to proceed.
January 25 2010 St Clair
council meeting dressed as
pandas ("The habitat that
our children play in and that
we walk our dogs in is more
endangered than the pandas,"
January 28 Spokesperson for
the St Clair ratepayers Kirsten
Alexander announces her run
for Upper House second on
Mr Winderlich's ticket.
"It may be humiliating for
me, but that s politics in
a democracy and I ll take
my lumps." -- Michael Atkinson
does a 180-degree turn on electoral
legislation affecting online comment.
"Libs have called on AG to
resign over Electoral Act
provisions re Internet even
though same Libs voted
unanimously for those
-- Premier Mike Rann via Twitter.
"The Premier does not
comment on politically
motivated media stunts."
-- A statement from the Premier
following Michelle Chantelois' delivery
of a package containing a personal
letter and results of a lie detector test.
"Mr Rann and State Labor
are spinning the good news
and working hard to bury
the real news."
-- Martin Hamilton-Smith on the
collapse of the car industry in SA.
"The Liberals are so
out of touch with South
Australians, they think they
can mislead and insult their
intelligence by touting dodgy
claims and accusations."
-- Police Minister Michael Wright
refutes claims of police understaffing
by shadow minister David Ridgway.
On a hiding to nothing
Labor s on the
nose in the west and
it s not just a single
issue ... People feel
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