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Crestview News Bulletin
DALE: In this Crestview barber shop, everything old is new againgift to me, his long-suffering mother. I must preface the experience with this
Crestview News Bulletin / Posted 23 minutes ago
gift to me, his long-suffering mother. I must preface the experience with this small insight; I was born and raised in South Australia and remember my Dad using a bristle brush with shaving foam and warm water, to take his daily shave. Photos... Read more
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Reality TV World
Australia dog hitches 932-mile truck ridein the area, so he kept the 3-year-old dog in his truck for the next four days
Reality TV World / Posted 2 hours ago
in the area, so he kept the 3-year-old dog in his truck for the next four days as they journeyed to his home in Snowtown, South Australia. "He just put [Rusty] on his pillow and he just slept under the air-con the whole time, while Paul had to... Read more
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Weekly Times
Late rain saves the day for SA cropperLAST year’s wet season proved vital to achieving better-than-average crops this
Weekly Times / Posted 4 hours ago
LAST year’s wet season proved vital to achieving better-than-average crops this year at Hamley Bridge in South Australia, according to Adrian McCabe. Mr McCabe farms about an hour north of Adelaide and said his yields were “pretty good and above... Read more
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Weekly Times
Sign wins the racefact, its greatest claim to fame is as home of The Big Rocking Horse (the craze
Weekly Times / Posted 4 hours ago
fact, its greatest claim to fame is as home of The Big Rocking Horse (the craze for all things “big” ran out of ideas by South Australia). But it gained some notoriety last week when a truck of hay bales took out the inflatable start line of... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Strikers seal top spot with Canes wincould have beaten Tim Paine to replace Matt Wade as Test keeper with an early S
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 5 hours ago
could have beaten Tim Paine to replace Matt Wade as Test keeper with an early Sheffield Shield century this season for South Australia this season. The breakout keeper-batsman demands a debut for Australia in the forthcoming T20 tri-series... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Strikers seal top spot with Canes wincould have beaten Tim Paine to replace Matt Wade as Test keeper with an early S
Adelaide Now / Posted 5 hours ago
could have beaten Tim Paine to replace Matt Wade as Test keeper with an early Sheffield Shield century this season for South Australia this season. The breakout keeper-batsman demands a debut for Australia in the forthcoming T20 tri-series... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Strikers seal top spot with Canes wincould have beaten Tim Paine to replace Matt Wade as Test keeper with an early S
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
could have beaten Tim Paine to replace Matt Wade as Test keeper with an early Sheffield Shield century this season for South Australia this season. The breakout keeper-batsman demands a debut for Australia in the forthcoming T20 tri-series... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Australian Joe Mennie joins Lancashire as overseas player for 2018fans were maybe expecting, Mennie has an impressive record in the Sheffield Shi
Manchester Evening News / Posted 5 hours ago
fans were maybe expecting, Mennie has an impressive record in the Sheffield Shield – Australia's domestic competition. The South Australia seamer, who also plays for the Melbourne Renegades in the Big Bash, was leading wicket-taker in the Shield in... Read more
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News.com.au
Strikers seal top spot with Canes wincould have beaten Tim Paine to replace Matt Wade as Test keeper with an early S
News.com.au / Posted 5 hours ago
could have beaten Tim Paine to replace Matt Wade as Test keeper with an early Sheffield Shield century this season for South Australia this season. The breakout keeper-batsman demands a debut for Australia in the forthcoming T20 tri-series... Read more
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Adelaide Now
We need to steal young people back from interstateTALKING about the exodus of South Australia’s youngest and brightest isn’t goin
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 hours ago
TALKING about the exodus of South Australia’s youngest and brightest isn’t going to achieve anything. They’ve already left. And they’re taking their social circles with them. I’m a proud South Australian. But it’s not home any more. When I moved to... Read more
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International Business Times
Meet Rusty, the hitchhiking dog who travelled 1,500kms across Australia while owners went on holiday the family went on a holiday. Earlier this month the pet hopped on board an int
International Business Times / Posted 7 hours ago
the family went on a holiday. Earlier this month the pet hopped on board an interstate truck and made his way to Snowtown, South Australia. The truck driver Paul McDowell noticed that he had a four-legged companion onboard and took him home. "He... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Water pipeline expected to boost industryto Yorke Peninsula. Trenching work has started for a $17 million pipeline to r
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
to Yorke Peninsula. Trenching work has started for a $17 million pipeline to run between Auburn and Port Wakefield. South Australian Water Minister Ian Hunter said Rex Minerals also hoped the water could supply its proposed Hillside copper... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
What ћ? The perils of trying to tinker with Englishat the Centre for Educational Innovation and Technology. Every week he answers
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
at the Centre for Educational Innovation and Technology. Every week he answers language queries on ABC Radio in Queensland, South Australia and the Northern Territory, and writes a weekly column on language called "The Word" for the Saturday edition... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sprinklers cause more damage than fire at shopssaid up to 15 stores were affected by water, leaving a damage bill estimated at
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
said up to 15 stores were affected by water, leaving a damage bill estimated at $100,000. Police said they had spoken with a girl aged nine who lit an item with a cigarette lighter but she would not be charged. More stories from South Au... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Outback vision of lavish Oodnadatta Track festivalalthough I think in its first year it will probably be pretty small. I'd be hap
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
although I think in its first year it will probably be pretty small. I'd be happy if we had five people, I'd be happy if we had one. As long as people are having fun along the way, I'd be happy with any numbers." More stories from South Aus... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Legal proceedings loom over Brighton eviction planlike Nick to be prepared to contribute to the extent he is is just fabulous," s
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
like Nick to be prepared to contribute to the extent he is is just fabulous," she said. "The residents are incredibly grateful." It is likely proceedings will be issued in the Adelaide District Court next week. More stories from South Aus... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Runaway Rusty ready for return journeywill soon be reunited with his beloved family in Goondiwindi thanks to a pet re
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
will soon be reunited with his beloved family in Goondiwindi thanks to a pet removalist who has offered to return him from South Australia for free. The Scudamore family of four was off enjoying their holiday at Caloundra while three-year-old... Read more
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News.com.au
Runaway Rusty ready for return journeyRusty went missing from his family’ home in Goondiwindi, Queensland, and reappe
News.com.au / Posted 9 hours ago
Rusty went missing from his family’ home in Goondiwindi, Queensland, and reappeared in Snowtown, South Australia. Source:Supplied RUSTY the intrepid Australian terrier will soon be reunited with his beloved family in Goondiwindi thanks to a pet... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Online bookmakers brace for new tax in Victoriathe question being asked of the Andrews Government, which will implement a tax
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 hours ago
the question being asked of the Andrews Government, which will implement a tax on punter losses in Victoria. South Australia became the first state to implement a Point of Consumption Tax on corporate bookies last year, with a rate of... Read more
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The Courier
Hives, Bai hit court in Open doubles on Thursday(Puerto Rico) and Madison Brengle (United States) on court 15 at 1.35pm. Hives
The Courier / Posted 10 hours ago
(Puerto Rico) and Madison Brengle (United States) on court 15 at 1.35pm. Hives and Bai locked in a place in the main draw by taking out a doubles title at Bendigo late last year. Hives has since won singles titles in Ballarat and South Aust... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Rusty the dog homeward-bound after 1,500 km cross-country odysseyafter 1,500 km odyssey across the country The little dog that made a big 1,500
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 hours ago
after 1,500 km odyssey across the country The little dog that made a big 1,500 kilometre journey from Queensland to South Australia after hitching a ride on a truck will make the trek home next week. External Link: Laura Scudamore on... Read more
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News.com.au
Obituaries for December 23, 2017industry spokesman that he became widely known. He drove the formation in 1977
News.com.au / Posted 11 hours ago
industry spokesman that he became widely known. He drove the formation in 1977 of the Apple & Pear Growers Association of South Australia and became its inaugural president. He represented SA at the national level, and campaigned successfully for... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Obituaries for December 23, 2017industry spokesman that he became widely known. He drove the formation in 1977
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 11 hours ago
industry spokesman that he became widely known. He drove the formation in 1977 of the Apple & Pear Growers Association of South Australia and became its inaugural president. He represented SA at the national level, and campaigned successfully for... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Obituaries for December 23, 2017industry spokesman that he became widely known. He drove the formation in 1977
Adelaide Now / Posted 11 hours ago
industry spokesman that he became widely known. He drove the formation in 1977 of the Apple & Pear Growers Association of South Australia and became its inaugural president. He represented SA at the national level, and campaigned successfully for... Read more
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TheBull
First home buyers numbers continue to rise0.5 per cent in Victoria, 3.1 per cent in Queensland, 8.6 per cent in the Austr
TheBull / Posted 11 hours ago
0.5 per cent in Victoria, 3.1 per cent in Queensland, 8.6 per cent in the Australian Capital Territory, 1.5 per cent in South Australia and 0.7 per cent in Tasmania. Western Australia and the Northern Territory recorded falls in owner occupied... Read more
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TheBull
First home buyers hit 5-year highin four states/territories: NSW (down by 8.2 per cent); Victoria (up by 17.1 pe
TheBull / Posted 11 hours ago
in four states/territories: NSW (down by 8.2 per cent); Victoria (up by 17.1 per cent); Queensland (down by 5.9 per cent); South Australia (up by 0.2 per cent); Western Australia (down by 6.3 per cent); Tasmania (down by 0.7 per cent); Northern... Read more
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WA Today
The five renewable energy predictions for 2018solar installations and batteries – will also provide a strong foundation for a
WA Today / Posted 11 hours ago
solar installations and batteries – will also provide a strong foundation for an increase in Australian solar generation. South Australia is leading the pack when it comes to solar thermal technology and has approved the construction of the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New populations of endangered desert flower discoveredArckaringa daisy discovered One of the outback's rarest plants, previously tho
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 hours ago
Arckaringa daisy discovered One of the outback's rarest plants, previously thought to be isolated to a small area in the South Australian outback north of Coober Pedy, is being discovered in new areas. Discovered by chance in 2000, the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Nanosatellite mission control centre to launch in SAsaid the investment will help expand the state's growing space industry. "Imag
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 hours ago
said the investment will help expand the state's growing space industry. "Imagine the productivity improvement South Australia can get as we're exporting our produce, knowing we can monitor it in real time as it's being shipped across... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The five renewable energy predictions for 2018solar installations and batteries – will also provide a strong foundation for a
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
solar installations and batteries – will also provide a strong foundation for an increase in Australian solar generation. South Australia is leading the pack when it comes to solar thermal technology and has approved the construction of the... Read more
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The Age
The five renewable energy predictions for 2018solar installations and batteries – will also provide a strong foundation for a
The Age / Posted 12 hours ago
solar installations and batteries – will also provide a strong foundation for an increase in Australian solar generation. South Australia is leading the pack when it comes to solar thermal technology and has approved the construction of the... Read more
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BBC News
'Australia's Crunchie' back in local handsfirst produced in 1913. The sale not only brings the confectionery back under
BBC News / Posted 13 hours ago
first produced in 1913. The sale not only brings the confectionery back under Australian ownership, but also returns it to South Australia, where it was produced by manufacturer Rowntree Hoadley until the mid 1980s.Image caption Cadbury's Crunchie... Read more
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News.com.au
Fire contained in SA wine regionA bushfire burning in stubble in one of South Australia's premier wine regions
News.com.au / Posted 13 hours ago
A bushfire burning in stubble in one of South Australia's premier wine regions has been contained. The Country Fire Service says the threat to people and property in the McLaren Vale region has reduced but locals should continue to take care with... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
No risk assessment carried out on prisoner before suicide, inquest findsto avoid becoming predictable. "I further recommend that the necessary human r
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 hours ago
to avoid becoming predictable. "I further recommend that the necessary human resources be made available to the Department for Correctional Services in order to implement this recommendation," Mr Schapel said. More stories from South A... Read more
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Canberra Times
Amazon Australia: one month laterpriority shipping (next day) is $10 in major capital cities, while Perth and ot
Canberra Times / Posted 15 hours ago
priority shipping (next day) is $10 in major capital cities, while Perth and other cities in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia have to pay $12. Regional areas are expected to pay $20 if they need the product within 1-3 business days.... Read more
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Canberra Times
Buying back the farm: Violet Crumble and Vegemite back in Australian hands but does it matter?is now back in Australian hands. After more than three decades, the Violet Cru
Canberra Times / Posted 15 hours ago
is now back in Australian hands. After more than three decades, the Violet Crumble chocolate bar will again be made in South Australia. Now all we have to do is buy Tooheys and XXXX back from the Japanese, return VB from Brazilian and Belgian... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
SA Liberals announce anti-bullying policy with less focus on LGBTI studentsSA election: Liberal Party announces anti-bullying policy with less focus on LG
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 hours ago
SA election: Liberal Party announces anti-bullying policy with less focus on LGBTI students The South Australian Liberal Party has announced its plans to tackle bullying in schools if it wins office, saying the Safe Schools program is too narrow and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
What anti-vaccination groups tell us about Facebook's filter bubblesWhere the bloody hell are you? Probably in Japan icon-abc-article Dog hitches
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 hours ago
Where the bloody hell are you? Probably in Japan icon-abc-article Dog hitches ride from Queensland to South Australia icon-abc-article Firefighter filmed catching girl thrown from third-floor balcony icon-abc-article Octopus... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Submarine program ‘faces $2bn blowout’AUSTRALIA’S Future Submarine program is likely to blow out by billions, a South
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 17 hours ago
AUSTRALIA’S Future Submarine program is likely to blow out by billions, a South Australian senator has warned. “Given that the project is running across three to four decades and is a $50 billion program, these sorts of delays, they cascade through... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Submarine program ‘faces $2bn blowout’AUSTRALIA’S Future Submarine program is likely to blow out by billions, a South
Adelaide Now / Posted 17 hours ago
AUSTRALIA’S Future Submarine program is likely to blow out by billions, a South Australian senator has warned. “Given that the project is running across three to four decades and is a $50 billion program, these sorts of delays, they cascade through... Read more
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News.com.au
Submarine program ‘faces $2bn blowout’generation of submarines. Picture: AFPSource:AFP AUSTRALIA’S Future Submarine
News.com.au / Posted 17 hours ago
generation of submarines. Picture: AFPSource:AFP AUSTRALIA’S Future Submarine program is likely to blow out by billions, a South Australian senator has warned. “Given that the project is running across three to four decades and is a $50 billion... Read more
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Herald Sun
Submarine program ‘faces $2bn blowout’AUSTRALIA’S Future Submarine program is likely to blow out by billions, a South
Herald Sun / Posted 17 hours ago
AUSTRALIA’S Future Submarine program is likely to blow out by billions, a South Australian senator has warned. “Given that the project is running across three to four decades and is a $50 billion program, these sorts of delays, they cascade through... Read more
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News.com.au
SA set to swelter through mini heatwaveSouth Australia is set to swelter through three days of high temperatures that
News.com.au / Posted 17 hours ago
South Australia is set to swelter through three days of high temperatures that will put pressure on the state's energy reserves. The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast temperatures in the high 30s to low 40s for Adelaide until the weekend, with some... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Our most vulnerable are being shamefully neglectedANYONE aged over 45 living in South Australia grew up in a state without homele
Adelaide Now / Posted 18 hours ago
ANYONE aged over 45 living in South Australia grew up in a state without homelessness, without drug-affected and mentally ill people wandering untreated on the streets. Our only encounter with this was when we did the young person migration to... Read more
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B&T
Macro Meats Urges Aussies To ‘Eat Roo Too’ With Digital Campaign & Rebrand Via Tiny HunterSouth Australia-based Macro Meats has rebranded its kangaroo meat from Gourmet
B&T / Posted 18 hours ago
South Australia-based Macro Meats has rebranded its kangaroo meat from Gourmet Game to K-ROO in a bid to encourage people to incorporate the uniquely Aussie meat into their diets. The rebrand, by Sydney agency Tiny Hunter, has already resulted in a... Read more
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TheBull
Asia News Agenda WednesdayTennis. Third day of the Australian Open Grand Slam in Melbourne. -- Cycling.
TheBull / Posted 19 hours ago
Tennis. Third day of the Australian Open Grand Slam in Melbourne. -- Cycling. Stage two of the Tour Down Under in South Australia. -- Cricket. Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe, 2nd ODI of the tri-nation series. -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Outback gas project angers SA conservationists and traditional ownerscoal gasification plan for outback Leigh Creek faces opposition A conservation
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 21 hours ago
coal gasification plan for outback Leigh Creek faces opposition A conservation lobby group is angered that the South Australian Government is pushing ahead with an underground coal gasification project earmarked for outback Leigh Creek,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Massive earthquakes no more likely to strike during full moonspark a coastal exodus icon-abc-article Where the bloody hell are you? Probabl
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 hours ago
spark a coastal exodus icon-abc-article Where the bloody hell are you? Probably in Japan icon-abc-article How 'part-time parenting' can benefit kids while liberating mums and dads icon-abc-article Dog hitches ride from Queensland to South Austra... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Dlamini Shines On Debut Down Underto the line set to play a serious role in the stage outcome. Results after the
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
to the line set to play a serious role in the stage outcome. Results after the 145km first stage of the UCI Tour Down Under from Port Adelaide to Lyndoch in South Australia on Tuesday: 3. William Clarke (AUS/EF Education First-Drapac) s... Read more
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News.com.au
Taxpayer dollars spark fresh fish fightwith sharks off Victor Harbor Three fishermen have videoed their drawn out bat
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
with sharks off Victor Harbor Three fishermen have videoed their drawn out battle with a shark off Victor Harbor in South Australia. Source: Rob East's South Oz Fishing Channel via Storyful QUESTIONS have been raised about $950,000 in... Read more
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