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Glimpse of life after Turnbull comes from South Australia

It's Labor party's testing ground to show how it can govern if it wins elections
Thursday, July 27, 2017 - 05:50

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Some of Labor leader Bill Shorten's (right) policies mirror those in the state of South Australia run by Premier Jay Weatherill (left). The former wants to commit the nation to a 50 per cent renewable energy target by 2030, a goal reached by South Australia this year.

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SOUTH Australia has always been a bit different: it's the driest state on the Earth's driest inhabited continent, the world's first place to let women stand for election and the nation's only settlement to exclude convicts.

Nowadays it's a testing ground for the opposition

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