Q+A on ABC TV – This week Q+A hits the road, broadcasting live from Adelaide.

With just days to go until the nation decides on the Voice to Parliament referendum, Q+A heads to South Australia, where Yes and No campaigners have been focusing much of their effort.

With early voting an increasingly popular option, is there enough time for each side to make their case?
 
South Australian Premier Peter Malinauskas will be among those taking your questions… what are the most pressing issues that the state faces? Adelaide has the nation’s lowest vacancy rates and rising house prices – are granny flats the next frontier to ease the squeeze?
 
Hospitals across SA are under pressure and like the rest of the nation, getting access to a GP is a struggle. The problem is more acute in remote and regional areas… what more can be done to get these communities the vital services they need?
 
Meanwhile, a reprieve for mortgage holders from the new Reserve Bank governor, with rates remaining on hold… for now. But Michele Bullock isn’t ruling out future increases to combat inflation. Are Australians in for more cost-of-living pain?

Q+A is live from Adelaide tonight, Monday October 9, at 9.35pm AEDT.

Joining Patricia Karvelas on the panel live in Adelaide:

Peter Malinauskas, Premier of South Australia 

Linda Burney, Minister for Indigenous Australians 

James Stevens, Liberal member for Sturt 

Sally Scales, Uluru Dialogue Leadership & APY Artist 

Natasha Wanganeen, Actor & Proud Kaurna Narungga Ngarrindjeri & Nyoongar woman

If you would like to submit a question for consideration, please submit one via our website for the chance to ask the panel.
 
Each week, Q+A selects our top question to highlight in the newsletter.

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