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HARRIS Scarfe opened another new Adelaide store in a purpose-built space at the Colonnades shopping centre yesterday. Chief executive officer Graham Dean said the retailer planned to open another in...
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KLEENEX tissue manufacturer Kimberly-Clark Australia will invest $20 million in its Millicent factory in the state’s south-east as a sign of its continuing commitment to the region and its 400...
2014/10/22 13:05
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South Australia ended their unhappy domestic Matador One-Day Cup campaign with a 37-run win over Tasmania at North Sydney Oval, but they failed to secure the two bonus points they needed to avoid the...
2014/10/22 13:04
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MINIMUM wages in South Australia should be cut in line with the state’s lower average earnings to generate more jobs, an industrial relations think tank says. HR Nicholls Society president Adam...
2014/10/22 12:55
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A mass player shortage confronting the NSW Blues has been exacerbated by former Test seamer Trent Copeland succummbing to stress fractures of the back. A mass player shortage confronting the NSW...
2014/10/22 12:41
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An Australian light aircraft flying from Darwin has been forced to land by two Sukhoi fighter jets because it was in Indonesian airspace without permission. Two Indonesian fighter jets were scrambled...
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South Australian Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young is waging a campaign against the state’s biggest company, urging Adelaide universities to dump shares in Santos and other fossil-fuel producing...
2014/10/22 12:20
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Latest Melbourne Victory news Michael Lynch Melbourne derby matches or international fixtures in difficult environments against tough opponents. All bring their own types of pressure, but for...
2014/10/22 10:29
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JESPER Fjelstad walks us through some of the ugliest moments of the 2014 AFL season in part three of his year in review. ESSENDON SAGA DRAGS ON It is the story that won’t go away, even though...
2014/10/22 10:26
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It was recently reported that Islamic State members intend to wage "bio-terror" - a haunting and twisted variation on the "suicide bomber." Terrorists, apparently, are planning willingly to infect...
2014/10/22 07:46
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Fans pack the MCG for last year's Melbourne Victory v Liverpool match. Photo: Pat Scala English Premier League champion Manchester City looms as a headline act in next July's marquee soccer...
2014/10/22 06:29
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MELBOURNE will get an early taste of summer today with temperatures set to top 30C. Beaches and pools will be popular with the city set to reach 31C. It was already 19C in the city by about 8am,...
2014/10/22 06:20
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Unusual temperatures: Some regions are going to cop a blast of heat as near-El Nino conditions dominate. Ocean temperatures are again warming in the Pacific, helping to drive global temperatures to...
2014/10/22 06:04
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THIS is it. The band is here. The stage is set. The Rolling Stones are ready to roll. Drummer Charlie Watts and guitarist Keith Richards arrived separately to Glenside studios this afternoon, where...
2014/10/22 05:43
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Nearly 150 people have taken advantage of a government scheme which offers financial assistance of up to $9,000 to relocate for work, with most staying in their home state. Since 1 July this year,...
2014/10/22 05:36
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MORE than 60 trucks of various sizes will converge on inner-city Adelaide later this year in a bid to raise funds for South Australian children living with disabilities. Returning to Adelaide after a...
2014/10/22 05:34
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THIS is it. The band is here. The stage is set. The Rolling Stones are ready to roll. And today, South Australia got its first glimpse at preparations for Saturday’s big show, which is expected to...
2014/10/22 04:12
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PAINTED Spurge, also known as dwarf poinsettia, is a native plant of tropical North America, Central America, the Caribbean, and South America. This species has a widespread, but scattered,...
2014/10/22 02:00
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The Original Source Australian Boardriders Battle is the country’s biggest grassroots, boardriders event series with $120,000 in prize money. It will involve more than 100 of Australia’s best...
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I met Gough and Margaret Whitlam once. It was 1997 and I was a young aspiring law undergraduate attending the annual University of Queensland Law Dinner at the Hilton in Brisbane. Gough was the...
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