Comments and moderation
This website aims to promote lively and informed debate about heritage in the City of Adelaide.
We encourage and welcome your participation and contribution to discussions here. We request that you keep that conversation informative, interesting, respectful and welcoming.
We aim to keep the conversation moving by publishing your comments and contributions quickly, but all comments submitted will be subject to moderation before publication.
We ask that you keep this a public spirited conversation, focus on the issues rather than individuals and respect other opinions and contributors on the site.
We ask you to observe the following principles when contributing here:
• Stay on topic
• Keep to the point and main message
• Use appropriate language (swearing and other offensive words are not acceptable)
• Avoid personal attacks
• Check your facts
We reserve the right to choose which comments and contributions are appropriate for publishing on the website and which are not. We also reserve the right to edit or delete any comments or images submitted to the website, particularly those which are offensive, make personal attacks or could expose us to legal action. If you believe you have seen an inappropriate or offensive comment or image please email us.
We do not guarantee that any comment submitted by any reader will appear or remain on the website. We reserve the right at any time to restrict access to comments for users with a history of inappropriate behaviour, and the right to close conversations which descend into inappropriate discussion.
Furthermore, opinions expressed in comments published on this website should not in any way be interpreted as a reflection or endorsement of the Adelaide Heritage editorial team. They are the opinion of the author of the comment and not the National Trust of South Australia or any other organisation or individual associated with this website.
Please help us to keep conversations on topic by debating the issues. We prefer not to have to edit or delete comments or contributions on our website, so please help us uphold these standards so we don’t have to.