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2014/09/01 15:19
2014/09/01 15:19
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PORT ELLIOT: Two men narrowly avoided being swept off rocks in Port Elliot. Photo: Mick Windibank MID NORTH: A group from Adelaide hiking the Heysen Trail did not expect to encounter snow on their...
2014/09/01 15:19
2014/09/01 15:19
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2014/08/31 04:55
2014/08/31 04:55
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Flames and smoke from the fire burning in the Port Germein Gorge were visible from Port Pirie on Thursday night. Photo by Geoff Taylor. As the State's heatwave continues, Naracoorte CFS stalwart Joe...
2014/08/30 04:15
2014/08/30 04:15
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Since he embarked on his latest sporting mission, it's been pointed out to Bob Utber that if you were to discover that he's leading the push for a statue of an Adelaide footballer with No.32 on his...
2014/08/30 02:41
2014/08/30 02:41
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COBAR: The town of Cobar stopped to celebrate and commemorate firefighter Daniel Howard who was killed while fighting a blaze at the New Occidental Hotel. About 1500 people attended his funeral at...
2014/08/30 01:13
2014/08/30 01:13
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GLADSTONE will see up to 10,000 passengers a year come through our region in six visits to our port. Gladstone Area Promotion and Development CEO Glenn Churchill said the long-time dream had become a...
2014/08/28 07:04
2014/08/28 07:04
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CONSERVATION groups are ramping up their campaign against legislation that could change the no-fish zones in South Australia’s marine parks to allow fishing. The groups position is at odds with...
2014/08/28 03:22
2014/08/28 03:22
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Dubbo airport is one of the most punctual in Australia when it comes to departures, according to on-time figures released this week. DUBBO airport is one of the most punctual in Australia when it...
2014/08/26 08:04
2014/08/26 08:04
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FROM Asia’s cities to the islands of the South Pacific, gourmet getaways to a Kimberley expedition, this week’s top cruise deals have something for everyone. TASTE OF FRANCE Meander through France...
2014/08/25 06:12
2014/08/25 06:12
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Two headless seals have been found on a beach in South Australia’s Lower Eyre peninsula. Authorities are investigating the discovery on Thursday of the New Zealand fur seals, an adult and a juvenile,...
2014/08/24 06:04
2014/08/24 06:04
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HUNDREDS of airline passengers had their travel plans disrupted when international, interstate and regional flights were delayed and cancelled due to thick morning fog at Adelaide Airport this...
2014/08/23 02:34
2014/08/23 02:34
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HOLLY* was just four-years-old when she revealed a secret that likely saved her mother’s life. “Mum hadn’t told anybody so I told my (kindy) teachers – I just said ‘My dad strangled my mum’.” Sarah*...
2014/08/22 14:04
2014/08/22 14:04
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ADELAIDE coach Brenton Sanderson has singled out free agency as one of the Crows’ greatest allies in the wake of the sanctions handed down from the Kurt Tippett scandal. The Crows remain in charge of...
Read more at Adelaide Now, Perth Now
2014/08/22 09:26
2014/08/22 09:26
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Barman offered to spike drinks for cash at Port Lincoln Hotel, court told A young barman offered to spike drinks to make extra money at his hotel job, an Adelaide court has been told. Jack Hansen,...
2014/08/22 05:29
2014/08/22 05:29
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DUBBO airport has missed out on a top-10 berth for on-time arrivals and departures, according to latest aviation statistics covering Australian airports. DUBBO airport has missed out on a top-10...
2014/08/18 09:29
2014/08/18 09:29
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A STABLEHAND with “huge problems letting go” has been jailed for two months for stalking his former lover and brazenly king-hitting her in a mounting yard on Oaks Day. Ricky Dight, 32, punched his...
2014/08/17 20:46
2014/08/17 20:46
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Bluefin tuna fetch up to $40 a kilogram in Japan. Photo: Brian Skerry Clean Seas Tuna hopes to lure a financial partner, casting its net out as far as Indonesia to reboot its stalled southern bluefin...
2014/08/17 12:34
2014/08/17 12:34
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PICK the odd couple. Fish and chips, pepper and salt, horse and cart, politics and fairness. It’d be no surprise if 98 per cent of people would have isolated politics and fairness. The first three...
2014/08/15 08:29
2014/08/15 08:29
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A LOVELORN stablehand obsessed with his former colleague king-hit the strapper in a mounting yard on Oaks Day after she rejected his repeated pleas to join him for dinner, a court has heard. Ricky...
Read more at Herald Sun, The Age
2014/08/15 07:04
2014/08/15 07:04
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Port Lincoln fish farmer Clean Seas Tuna has turned in an $11.145 million profit, the first for seven years as its hiramasa kingfish farming expansion starts to reap rewards. The result was achieved...
2014/08/15 02:26
2014/08/15 02:26
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South Australian oyster industry forms relationship with local prisons Prison officers are probably not among those who you'd expect to be speaking at an oyster conference. But a relationship has...
2014/09/01 15:19
2014/09/01 15:19
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