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2014/04/16 07:09
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Research at the University of Adelaide has shed new light onto the possible causes of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), which could help to prevent future loss of children's lives. In a...
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2014/04/16 04:17
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South Australia will not move to have public anti-corruption hearings like those in NSW despite the resignation of Premier Barry O'Farrell. Acting Premier John Rau says the state government still...
2014/04/16 03:48
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Dr John Falzon, chief executive officer of the St Vincent de Paul Society. Photo: Supplied Charity groups have warned they cannot be expected to fill in the gaps if the federal government walks away...
2014/04/16 02:46
2014/04/16 02:46
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United Services Union organiser Rudi Oppitz. Photo: Orlando Chiodo The sale of ACTTAB looks set to pay dividends for the territory government and the winning bidder, but unions and the Opposition...
2014/04/16 01:28
2014/04/16 01:28
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The higher the economic complexity, the stronger the economy’s value-creation prospects. Australia languishes at 79 in global rankings of economic complexity. Any intervention should aim to improve...
2014/04/15 22:26
2014/04/15 22:26
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Queen of the Desert Festival aims for outback parade record A colourful trip through the outback will try to make it into the record books by being the longest "street" parade in the world. The...
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2014/04/15 22:10
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Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Wednesday, April 16: BLX - BEACON LIGHTING GROUP - up 40 cents, or 60.6 per cent, at $1.06 Australia's largest retailer of residential lighting,...
2014/04/15 22:09
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It’s not all about looking good, though: dancers take this competition extremely seriously, and months of practice have gone into the performances. There are four types of dance – solo, ceilí,...
2014/04/15 21:18
2014/04/15 21:18
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FERAL bees have been all but wiped out in South Australia, putting the state’s agricultural industry at risk. The state now depends on about 60 beekeepers for domestic bees to pollinate crops after...
2014/04/15 20:53
2014/04/15 20:53
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Real estate set to profit from spike in home loan approvals Home loan approvals are off to their strongest start in five years, data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has revealed, with...
2014/04/15 19:55
2014/04/15 19:55
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We'll be bringing you as much information as we can from the state's New England and North West over the next couple of hours. We can always do with your help. If there's something happening in your...
2014/04/15 19:46
2014/04/15 19:46
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Christine Hawkins: discovered the value of private insurance when she had a hip replacement. The cost of private health insurance keeps going up, with the federal government approving an average...
2014/04/15 15:44
2014/04/15 15:44
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A UNSW-led team of researchers analyzed strains of Bordetella pertussis from across Australia and found that many strains no longer produce a key surface protein called pertactin. About 80 per cent...
2014/04/15 13:18
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PREMIER Jay Weatherill has been accused by the Opposition of snubbing the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, after it emerged he will be away on holidays during their Adelaide visit next week. As the...
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2014/04/15 11:26
2014/04/15 11:26
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Added cost for some SA citrus exports Citrus grown within fruit fly eradication zones in South Australia will need to be cold-treated and made fully traceable for USA importers to accept it this...
2014/04/15 07:45
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The news comes two months since the cloud services provider listed on the ASX, with Chief Customer Officer Mark Randall today announcing the opening of a new Melbourne office, as well as three key...
2014/04/15 07:17
2014/04/15 07:17
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A Labour Party proposal to ban trucks from the fast lanes of motorways has drawn a swift rebuke from the freight industry. The idea was one of several unveiled today - the others aimed at lowering...
2014/04/15 07:05
2014/04/15 07:05
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SA to move on royal succession lawsUpdated: 16:48, Tuesday April 15, 2014 South Australia has pledged to introduce changes to royal succession laws when state parliament returns in May after...
2014/04/15 07:05
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SA hails late night lock-out lawsUpdated: 16:50, Tuesday April 15, 2014 South Australia has hailed the success of its late night lock-out laws for getting 'drunken, aggressive louts' off Adelaide's...
2014/04/15 06:20
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Strange and disturbing: Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson in The Rover. Photo: Matt Nettheim 'It's very odd,'' Robert Pattinson says. ''There's something strange and disturbing about the whole...
2014/04/16 07:09
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