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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Changes demanded as RSL SA steers recovery pathRSL SA to retain charity status if regulatory requirements met The RSL's South
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 32 minutes ago
RSL SA to retain charity status if regulatory requirements met The RSL's South Australian branch will not be stripped of its charity status provided it meets a series of requirements outlined by the national charities regulator. RSL-SA was placed... Read more
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News.com.au
Luxury life of dark web coupleof lying low, the Gold Coast couple, who cannot be identified for legal reasons
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
of lying low, the Gold Coast couple, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, enrol their daughters in one of South Australia’s most exclusive private schools and allegedly reprise their role as Australia’s “dark net drug... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'I can't go through with this': How Zak Grieve backed out of a murder plot but got life anywaywith him' Sometime around March 2011, Bronwyn's son Chris Malyschko moved up t
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted an hour ago
with him' Sometime around March 2011, Bronwyn's son Chris Malyschko moved up to Katherine. He was engaged to a girl in South Australia and needed money. But his arrival fuelled tensions with Ray. Bronwyn told police she had wanted to leave,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Luxury life of dark web coupleof lying low, the Gold Coast couple, who cannot be identified for legal reasons
The Courier Mail / Posted an hour ago
of lying low, the Gold Coast couple, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, enrol their daughters in one of South Australia’s most exclusive private schools and allegedly reprise their role as Australia’s “dark net drug... Read more
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International Business Times
Fears mount 100 wombats were buried alive on a property in South Australia Animal rights groups are fearful that around 100 wombats have been buried alive
International Business Times / Posted 5 hours ago
Animal rights groups are fearful that around 100 wombats have been buried alive at a property in Murraylands, South Australia. The Environment Department has launched an investigation into shocking reports of animal cruelty in Sandleton. Brigitte... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Billionaire pledges $2b Visy jobs boostdepartment. Over the past year, Queensland has the hot-spot in demand for work
Sky News Australia / Posted 6 hours ago
department. Over the past year, Queensland has the hot-spot in demand for workers, rising nearly 12 per cent, followed by South Australia (up 10.4 per cent) and Western Australia (9.2 per cent). The Northern Territory, the ACT and Tasmania are... Read more
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Canberra Times
Geelong set for clear-out as they try to claim Gary Ablett and Giant pairfree agent and is believed to be attracting significant interest from other clu
Canberra Times / Posted 10 hours ago
free agent and is believed to be attracting significant interest from other clubs, both Victorian and in his home state, South Australia. The club has publicly stated that it would be open to suitors for Motlop, whose four-year, $2.5 million... Read more
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News.com.au
SA the ‘Space State’ is in sightmanufacturer Lockheed Martin in Melbourne. AAP Image/Joe Castro CARS of the fu
News.com.au / Posted 11 hours ago
manufacturer Lockheed Martin in Melbourne. AAP Image/Joe Castro CARS of the future could well have numberplates that read: South Australia — The Defence AND Space State, with both industries set to help SA live long and prosper. On Wednesday,... Read more
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Adelaide Now
SA the ‘Space State’ is in sightCARS of the future could well have numberplates that read: South Australia — Th
Adelaide Now / Posted 11 hours ago
CARS of the future could well have numberplates that read: South Australia — The Defence AND Space State, with both industries set to help SA live long and prosper. On Wednesday, Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne said he hoped that would be... Read more
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The Age
Geelong set for clear-out as they try to claim Gary Ablett and Giant pairfree agent and is believed to be attracting significant interest from other clu
The Age / Posted 11 hours ago
free agent and is believed to be attracting significant interest from other clubs, both Victorian and in his home state, South Australia. The club has publicly stated that it would be open to suitors for Motlop, whose four-year, $2.5 million... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Geelong set for clear-out as they try to claim Gary Ablett and Giant pairfree agent and is believed to be attracting significant interest from other clu
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
free agent and is believed to be attracting significant interest from other clubs, both Victorian and in his home state, South Australia. The club has publicly stated that it would be open to suitors for Motlop, whose four-year, $2.5 million... Read more
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Herald Sun
Woman’s horrifying jaw ordealunable to open your mouth. And that was just the beginning of this woman’s orde
Herald Sun / Posted 12 hours ago
unable to open your mouth. And that was just the beginning of this woman’s ordeal. Tamara Minge, from Mount Gambier in South Australia, is now on to her third jaw replacement, and estimates the string of hospital appointments and surgeries have... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Woman’s horrifying jaw ordealunable to open your mouth. And that was just the beginning of this woman’s orde
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 hours ago
unable to open your mouth. And that was just the beginning of this woman’s ordeal. Tamara Minge, from Mount Gambier in South Australia, is now on to her third jaw replacement, and estimates the string of hospital appointments and surgeries have... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Woman’s horrifying jaw ordealunable to open your mouth. And that was just the beginning of this woman’s orde
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
unable to open your mouth. And that was just the beginning of this woman’s ordeal. Tamara Minge, from Mount Gambier in South Australia, is now on to her third jaw replacement, and estimates the string of hospital appointments and surgeries have... Read more
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Weekly Times
SA Police taking rural theft by the hornsA RISE in stock theft is the last straw for police in rural South Australia. M
Weekly Times / Posted 13 hours ago
A RISE in stock theft is the last straw for police in rural South Australia. More than 100 incidents were reported in the last financial year, costing farmers an estimated $1 million. Operation Poach, originally launched in 2011, will be given... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
When the bullin shrieked: Aboriginal memories of volcanic eruptionsVolcanics Province. This is the area of volcanic activity clustered around the
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 hours ago
Volcanics Province. This is the area of volcanic activity clustered around the southernmost part of the border between South Australia and Victoria. Settling first on Mount Muirhead, they buried their food overnight in the earth to cook —... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Teens front court over fatal SA crashthat the people responsible for Ms Paveley's death were brought before the law.
Sky News Australia / Posted 14 hours ago
that the people responsible for Ms Paveley's death were brought before the law. 'We know that there is a family here in South Australia that has been absolutely devastated through a silly and outrageous act of violence,' he said. Asked about... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Adelaide court remands three more teens over fatal Parafield crashimportant thing for all concerned, particularly the family who have been devast
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 hours ago
important thing for all concerned, particularly the family who have been devastated by this crime, is that we get the right result and the individuals who committed this act are held to account for it," he said. More stories from South Au... Read more
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Herald Sun
37,000 bottles of Melbourne-bound booze smashedMORE than 26,000 litres of alcohol has been lost after two trucks collided in S
Herald Sun / Posted 14 hours ago
MORE than 26,000 litres of alcohol has been lost after two trucks collided in South Australia early this morning. 13,000 litres of Jim Beam bourbon and 13,000 litres of Canadian Club destined for Melbourne spilt onto on to Dukes Highway near... Read more
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Herald Sun
Taking rural theft by the horns: SA PoliceA rise in stock theft is the last straw for police in rural South Australia. M
Herald Sun / Posted 14 hours ago
A rise in stock theft is the last straw for police in rural South Australia. More than 100 incidents were reported in the last financial year, costing farmers an estimated $1 million. Operation Poach, originally launched in 2011, will be given... Read more
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Perth Now
Industrial manslaughter laws around Austfor the death of a worker. 4. Are there any states or territories that don't h
Perth Now / Posted 15 hours ago
for the death of a worker. 4. Are there any states or territories that don't have industrial manslaughter laws? Yes - South Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory. In February 2016 Greens introduced a bill to SA parliament which would... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Taking rural theft by the horns: SA PoliceA rise in stock theft is the last straw for police in rural South Australia. M
Adelaide Now / Posted 15 hours ago
A rise in stock theft is the last straw for police in rural South Australia. More than 100 incidents were reported in the last financial year, costing farmers an estimated $1 million. Operation Poach, originally launched in 2011, will be given... Read more
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News.com.au
Your guide to what’s on in AdelaideRd, Hindmarsh, doors open 6.45pm. Tickets: $67.84. Bookings required. Details h
News.com.au / Posted 15 hours ago
Rd, Hindmarsh, doors open 6.45pm. Tickets: $67.84. Bookings required. Details here SALA Bay Discovery Centre Exhibition South Australian regional artist Marek Herburt paints large-scale works that reflect light on the natural environment. In... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Industrial manslaughter laws around Austfor the death of a worker. 4. Are there any states or territories that don't h
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
for the death of a worker. 4. Are there any states or territories that don't have industrial manslaughter laws? Yes - South Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory. In February 2016 Greens introduced a bill to SA parliament which would... Read more
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TheBull
Govt creates sinews of economy: PMdepartment. Over the past year, Queensland has the hot-spot in demand for work
TheBull / Posted 16 hours ago
department. Over the past year, Queensland has the hot-spot in demand for workers, rising nearly 12 per cent, followed by South Australia (up 10.4 per cent) and Western Australia (9.2 per cent). The Northern Territory, the ACT and Tasmania are... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Govt creates sinews of economy: PMdepartment. Over the past year, Queensland has the hot-spot in demand for work
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 16 hours ago
department. Over the past year, Queensland has the hot-spot in demand for workers, rising nearly 12 per cent, followed by South Australia (up 10.4 per cent) and Western Australia (9.2 per cent). The Northern Territory, the ACT and Tasmania are... Read more
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Herald Sun
Govt creates sinews of economy: PMdepartment. Over the past year, Queensland has the hot-spot in demand for work
Herald Sun / Posted 16 hours ago
department. Over the past year, Queensland has the hot-spot in demand for workers, rising nearly 12 per cent, followed by South Australia (up 10.4 per cent) and Western Australia (9.2 per cent). The Northern Territory, the ACT and Tasmania are... Read more
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Weekly Times
Govt creates sinews of economy: PMdepartment. Over the past year, Queensland has the hot-spot in demand for work
Weekly Times / Posted 16 hours ago
department. Over the past year, Queensland has the hot-spot in demand for workers, rising nearly 12 per cent, followed by South Australia (up 10.4 per cent) and Western Australia (9.2 per cent). The Northern Territory, the ACT and Tasmania are... Read more
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Perth Now
Taking rural theft by the horns: SA PoliceA rise in stock theft is the last straw for police in rural South Australia. M
Perth Now / Posted 17 hours ago
A rise in stock theft is the last straw for police in rural South Australia. More than 100 incidents were reported in the last financial year, costing farmers an estimated $1 million. Operation Poach will see officers trained to protect livestock... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Taking rural theft by the horns: SA PoliceA rise in stock theft is the last straw for police in rural South Australia. M
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
A rise in stock theft is the last straw for police in rural South Australia. More than 100 incidents were reported in the last financial year, costing farmers an estimated $1 million. Operation Poach will see officers trained to protect livestock... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
One in five SA childcare centres awaiting quality checksunder fire for raising risk of 'dodgy operators' Federal Education Minister Si
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 hours ago
under fire for raising risk of 'dodgy operators' Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham has fired a broadside at the South Australian Government, accusing it of failing to ensure childcare centres across the state are up to scratch. Labor... Read more
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News.com.au
Taking rural theft by the horns: SA PoliceA rise in stock theft is the last straw for police in rural South Australia. M
News.com.au / Posted 17 hours ago
A rise in stock theft is the last straw for police in rural South Australia. More than 100 incidents were reported in the last financial year, costing farmers an estimated $1 million. Operation Poach will see officers trained to protect livestock... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Foley unleashes fury on bankers, Business SAchief and one-time Queensland premier Anna Bligh of destroying Labor in her sta
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 17 hours ago
chief and one-time Queensland premier Anna Bligh of destroying Labor in her state and now wanting “a crack” at the party in South Australia. Mr Foley, state Labor treasurer from 2002 to 2011, denounces the peak business group as “nothing but a... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Foley unleashes fury on bankers, Business SAchief and one-time Queensland premier Anna Bligh of destroying Labor in her sta
Adelaide Now / Posted 17 hours ago
chief and one-time Queensland premier Anna Bligh of destroying Labor in her state and now wanting “a crack” at the party in South Australia. Mr Foley, state Labor treasurer from 2002 to 2011, denounces the peak business group as “nothing but a... Read more
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News.com.au
Foley unleashes fury on bankers, Business SAchief and one-time Queensland premier Anna Bligh of destroying Labor in her sta
News.com.au / Posted 18 hours ago
chief and one-time Queensland premier Anna Bligh of destroying Labor in her state and now wanting “a crack” at the party in South Australia. Mr Foley, state Labor treasurer from 2002 to 2011, denounces the peak business group as “nothing but a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Inside the Scottish steel plants owned by Arrium's saviourSteel's operations in Scotland? The British company, run by billionaire entrep
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 hours ago
Steel's operations in Scotland? The British company, run by billionaire entrepreneur Sanjeev Gupta, is revitalising the South Australian steelworks after they went into voluntary administration. In April 2016, Liberty House Group — part of Mr... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Your definitive guide on who's hiring and where in Australia right now(+38%), trades and services (+48%) and hospitality and tourism (+19%),” Banks s
Business Insider Australia / Posted 21 hours ago
(+38%), trades and services (+48%) and hospitality and tourism (+19%),” Banks said. Strong results were also reported in South Australia and the Northern Territory where ads increased by 19.8% and 17.5% respectively. In New South Wales and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
26,000 litres of booze lost in truck collisionMORE than 26,000 litres of alcohol has been lost after two trucks collided in S
The Courier Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
MORE than 26,000 litres of alcohol has been lost after two trucks collided in South Australia last night. 13,000 litres of Jim Beam bourbon and 13,000 litres of Canadian Club destined for Melbourne spilt onto on to Dukes Highway in the state’s... Read more
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News.com.au
26,000 litres of booze lost in truck collisionPicture: Luke Sharrett/Getty Images/AFP MORE than 26,000 litres of alcohol has
News.com.au / Posted 21 hours ago
Picture: Luke Sharrett/Getty Images/AFP MORE than 26,000 litres of alcohol has been lost after two trucks collided in South Australia last night. 13,000 litres of Jim Beam bourbon and 13,000 litres of Canadian Club destined for Melbourne... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
26,000 litres of booze lost in truck collisionMORE than 26,000 litres of alcohol has been lost after two trucks collided in S
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 21 hours ago
MORE than 26,000 litres of alcohol has been lost after two trucks collided in South Australia last night. 13,000 litres of Jim Beam bourbon and 13,000 litres of Canadian Club destined for Melbourne spilt onto on to Dukes Highway in the state’s... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Adelaide Parklands dry zones 'unwelcoming to Indigenous community'termed a transition phase by Adelaide City Council, which will review its outco
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 hours ago
termed a transition phase by Adelaide City Council, which will review its outcomes after 12 months. But Dr Davies believed the council's "trial" label was misleading because it has been ongoing for several years. More stories from South Aust... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Push to demolish Port Adelaide's Fishermen's Wharf Market buildingbasically to be moved like that, these type of buildings." A Government spokes
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
basically to be moved like that, these type of buildings." A Government spokesperson said the future of the site would be a "matter for independent assessment by [the] DAC before any recommendation is made". More stories from South... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Another big battery planned to boost SA's power networkSA power: 30MW battery to be built by ElectraNet at Dalrymple on Yorke Peninsul
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
SA power: 30MW battery to be built by ElectraNet at Dalrymple on Yorke Peninsula A 30-megawatt (MW) battery to bolster South Australia's power supply network is to be built on Yorke Peninsula, west of Adelaide. Under the project, which is expected... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Australia’s most wanted skillsTasmania leading the pack (up 22 per cent), followed by Queensland (up 20.2 per
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Tasmania leading the pack (up 22 per cent), followed by Queensland (up 20.2 per cent – the strongest figure since 2011) and South Australia (up 19.8 per cent).media_cameraTradespeople have plenty of work to choose from at the moment on SEEK.... Read more
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Weekly Times
Global prices keep fallingthe rainfall so far this month and the 10-25mm forecast for much of Victoria, t
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
the rainfall so far this month and the 10-25mm forecast for much of Victoria, the eastern Riverina and southeast South Australia, many growing areas will achieve twice their monthly average during next month. The risk of a disaster has... Read more
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The Courier
The cruises with the best onshore excursions for every traveller, young and oldper child. hollandamerica.com CRUISE LINE P&O Cruises, Pacific Jewel, Pacific E
The Courier / Posted yesterday
per child. hollandamerica.com CRUISE LINE P&O Cruises, Pacific Jewel, Pacific Eden THE DESTINATION Kangaroo Island, South Australia THE EXCURSION Seal Bay. Experienced local guides lead this tour to Seal Bay Conservation Park, where you can... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Australia’s most wanted skillsTasmania leading the pack (up 22 per cent), followed by Queensland (up 20.2 per
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
Tasmania leading the pack (up 22 per cent), followed by Queensland (up 20.2 per cent – the strongest figure since 2011) and South Australia (up 19.8 per cent).media_cameraTradespeople have plenty of work to choose from at the moment on SEEK.... Read more
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Herald Sun
Australia’s most wanted skillsTasmania leading the pack (up 22 per cent), followed by Queensland (up 20.2 per
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
Tasmania leading the pack (up 22 per cent), followed by Queensland (up 20.2 per cent – the strongest figure since 2011) and South Australia (up 19.8 per cent).media_cameraTradespeople have plenty of work to choose from at the moment on SEEK.... Read more
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News.com.au
Australia’s most wanted skillsTasmania leading the pack (up 22 per cent), followed by Queensland (up 20.2 per
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Tasmania leading the pack (up 22 per cent), followed by Queensland (up 20.2 per cent – the strongest figure since 2011) and South Australia (up 19.8 per cent). Tradespeople have plenty of work to choose from at the moment on SEEK. Picture:... Read more
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The Courier
Wanted: Police operation hunts fugitivesare currently at large and potentially hidden in plain sight in the community.
The Courier / Posted yesterday
are currently at large and potentially hidden in plain sight in the community. Another of the alleged offenders is a South Australian man believed to be residing in Victoria. Crime Stoppers Victoria general manager Cathy Rhodes encouraged... Read more
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