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South Australia’s corona fiasco: there should be a new Marshall in town

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It would be fair to say that virtually none of the Premiers have had a good pandemic. Daniel Andrews, short of declaring himself King of Scotland, has otherwise done the full Idi Amin. Annastacia Pałaszczuk has decided that the best way to deal with a crisis is to send bitchy schoolgirl texts about her New South Wales counterpart, while over in the West Mark McGowan has overturned 120 years of tradition and made Labor the party of succession. Only Gladys Berejiklian has done a competent enough job — and that was after a bad start with the Ruby Princess.

But with Christmas just around the corner, the turkey has arrived: South Australia’s Steven Marshall. As befits a state with no real claims to fame for the past 50 years…



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