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Tens of thousands of homes are sitting empty as hundreds of South Australians desperately search for rental properties. The WA woman tragically killed in a horrific car crash near Mount Gambier, was a “bright and bubbly” human resources manager in the mining industry. South Australia’s sluggish paediatric Covid-19 vaccination program is failing to …
 
Indigenous activists are worried far right groups might use violence against Aboriginals during NAIDOC week which starts on Sunday. A restaurant and gift shop operator forged a medical certificate in an attempt to swindle more than $820,000 from the Australian Tax Office in falsely claimed GST rebates. Tech-savvy youth gangs are funding their flamb…
 
More than 20 new footy ovals will be needed in Adelaide and its surrounds within a decade to cater for a growing number of community footballers. Tipping in Australian restaurants has soared since the start of the pandemic but according to research- South Australian diners are less generous than their interstate counterparts. Finding a GP is only g…
 
Longtime NCA bombing suspect Domenic Perre has been found guilty of the infamous crime after 28 years of speculation – and was rushed to hospital in the wake of the historic verdict. Premier Peter Malinauskas has done a U-turn and announced free flu jabs for all South Australians will be extended. South Australia has recorded its first case of monk…
 
The owners of a German shepherd cross akita have slammed Salisbury Council for dumping their microchipped pet dog at the tip after he was hit by a car. The state government has vowed to buy 36 ambulances to help cut ramping numbers at major public hospitals. South Australia’s first gourmet truffle hunting tour has launched on the Fleurieu Peninsula…
 
South Australians are topping the nation as ‘non believers’ The 2021 Census found over 806,000 South Australians answered “no religion”, a large increase on nearly 600,000 in 2016. The Prime Minister arrived for the NATO Summit in Madrid- sending the message if Beijing tries to impose its will “by force” it would face a unified resistance from the …
 
A North Adelaide rental apartment boasting a baffling bathroom design has raised eyebrows online. Foreign Affairs Minister Penny Wong will arrive in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday. Pressure is mounting for free flu jabs to be extended for the winter amid a fresh spike in cases and the state’s Covid-19 mass vaccination hubs closing. And Port Adelaide has l…
 
Extra flights will be scheduled into Adelaide from Doha and Auckland to keep pace with growing demand since Covid-19 restrictions eased, as new airport data shows the number of weekly domestic airline seats has exceeded pre-pandemic levels. Richard King’s future as APY Lands general manager is in doubt after a string of scandals has put his senior …
 
South Australian schools are increasingly hiring private security guards to protect students and staff from violence and threatening behaviour, Education Minister Blair Boyer has confirmed. New guidelines on prescribing antidepressants to children could be in place by the end of the year as figures show their use has tripled in the past decade. Nur…
 
More than a dozen traditional police roles are set to be handed to protective security officers to help solve the force’s crippling resourcing crisis. TOM Koutsantonis may have assumed the unambiguous role of Labor’s “attack dog” but is adamant he does not get politics and political theatre confused with personal friendships. MELODY Horrill has sha…
 
GOVERNMENT ministers are bracing for a huge $4bn cost blowout in the state’s biggest-ever infrastructure project, the 10.5km North-South road corridor between the River Torrens and Darlington. THE Adelaide 500 has been locked in as the final race of the Supercars Championship for the next five years. ADELAIDE has tumbled down the list of the world’…
 
The mother of an Adelaide high school student who was abused on TikTok says her strong-willed daughter is being worn down by the harassment. A seriously sick woman spent five hours lying on the cold waiting room floor of the Flinders Medical Centre emergency department last Saturday night as no ED beds were available, her family says. A muslim man …
 
A junior SA football league umpire has lifted the lid on the vile abuse they suffer on game day and it's not just the players behaving badly. The public hospital system is at breaking point, with patients being “treated on chairs” and doctors working 11-day shifts, a disturbing review has found. A career criminal acquitted of a notorious unsolved c…
 
Adelaide was on the cusp of snatching the Formula One Grand Prix back from Melbourne under a secret plot by Premier Peter Malinauskas, thwarted only by an unfortunate case of ill timing. The police resourcing crisis has boiled over with an emergency meeting of police union workplace delegates called to discuss its impact on rank-and-file officers a…
 
Adelaide was on the cusp of snatching the Formula One Grand Prix back from Melbourne The police resourcing crisis has boiled over with an emergency meeting of police union workplace delegates called Don't worry, South Australia, the Big Rocking Horse is not going anywhere. And Kyle Chalmers unleashed one of the fastest splits in ­history to give Au…
 
A new Covid-19 vaccine designed and manufactured in Adelaide starts human trials this week with potential to become a major export earner – and it doesn’t require a needle injection. Trackless trams are again being proposed as a solution in connecting the Adelaide CBD to North Adelaide. A new survey has revealed a majority of car buyers are looking…
 
World swimming will be the first international sporting organisation to vote on banning transgender athletes from elite competition. People who legitimately cast their vote in the march 19 state election have been sent letters threatening them with a $102 fine for not doing so. Thousands of families have been warned their household budgets, stretch…
 
South Australians can now go to any SA Pathology drive-through test site and be tested for 12 different viruses SA is still facing the threat of rolling blackouts on Friday but the energy market operator says the power crisis gripping much of the country has eased. New traffic cameras that can catch drivers using their mobile phones are among a ser…
 
Disgraced Hey Dad! star and child sex offender Robert Hughes was in an immigration holding cell on Tuesday after his release from jail Sunshine may be a key to avoiding dementia in light of a landmark University of South Australia Human Services Minister Nat Cook has been accused of breaching the ministerial code of conduct after she sent a politic…
 
A bid to reintroduce outdoor dining fees has outraged city restaurant owners struggling to recover from the pandemic The end of a two-year diplomatic freeze with China has paved the way for the lifting of trade tariffs on Australian exports Thousands of fans, inspired by football legend Neale Daniher’s fight against motor neurone disease, dug deep …
 
Extended trading hours in the Adelaide CBD will be ­examined as part of a new strategy to ensure its continued post-pandemic recovery. Defence Minister Richard Marles has challenged his ­Chinese counterpart on freedom of navigation in the South China Sea and the Pacific’s militarisation in the first ministerial meeting between the countries in thre…
 
The Western Bulldog’s hard-partying star, Bailey Smith, has revealed just had badly his life spiralled out of control during a post-season bender on the Gold Coast after last year’s AFL grand final thrashing. A council plan to force developers – and anyone building an extension, or putting in a pool – to maintain tree canopy cover of 15 per cent, o…
 
Two members of the Calabrian mafia living in Adelaide’s northern suburbs have been charged with conspiracy to import more than a tonne of cocaine from South America. Supermarket prices have surged by up to 22 per cent since last year, an investigation by The Advertiser shows, adding more than $2000 to a typical family’s annual grocery bill. South A…
 
There’s no end in sight for skyrocketing prices on fresh produce The Cross Keys Hotel in Adelaide’s industrial north is the latest suburban pub to ditch its topless bar Adelaide could experience an earthquake 30 times more powerful than the one that hit Christchurch New Zealand in 2011, Geoscience Australia says. And Ken Hinkley has dismissed specu…
 
Families have been hit with the biggest one-off interest rate rise in more than two decades Indonesia will join India as the best chance of Australia diversifying its trade away from China The cost of petrol has skyrocketed to the highest prices in South Australian history. And AFLW star Erin Phillips will be mentored by Port Adelaide coach Ken Hin…
 
South Australia has recorded its worst ambulance response times on record Global crime sting that has decimated the state chapter of the Comancheros motorcycle gang has left a power vacuum in South Australia’s underworld Former Liberal staffer Chelsey Potter looks set to run as an independent in the Bragg by-election And He is the goal-scoring mach…
 
A Chinese fighter jet has deployed a cloud of metal fragments that was sucked into the engine of an Adelaide-based surveillance aircraft, in a chilling act of aggression over international waters. The Adelaide CBD has recorded its wettest day so far this year, as wild weather caused road closures and felled trees. Car dealers are cashing in on a sh…
 
Hard-hitting anti-smoking campaigns may hold the key to tackling a new health plague infiltrating teenagers’ social circles. Educations believe students as young as nine years old should be thinking about potential careers. Obstetricians claim they are being treated like the enemy by parents in birthing suites and have linked labour ward tension to…
 
Householders have only weeks to lock in new electricity contracts before they are hit with price increases of up to $1000 a year. Doctors want the state government to bring in automatic influenza tests whenever symptomatic patients are swabbed for Covid-19. Prince Charles stepped up in the absence of the Queen as bells rang out at St Paul’s Cathedr…
 
More than 550 extra hospital beds and hundreds more paramedics will be funded in a record $2.4bn invested into health. Barossa residents opposed to a controversial multi storey hotel development vow the fight is far from over despite the local council approving construction plans. Children will be able to join preschools halfway through the year fr…
 
The grieving daughters of alleged murder victim Peter Hillier say their father was a “kind, caring and gentle soul” who loved his garden and would talk to anyone. A sharp new spike of flu cases and in the number of seriously ill influenza patients in hospital has sparked a fresh warning for South Australians to get vaccinated. A 39-year-old man has…
 
A NSW man has appeared in an Adelaide court after being charged with the murder of a man whose body was found in a house in SA’s west on Monday. A breakthrough Australian fertility treatment has slashed the number of hormone injections a woman needs, dramatically speeding up the process – and cutting the cost – of making a baby. It’s been revealed …
 
Adelaide lawyers are mounting legal challenges to the software at the heart of the international crime sting Operation Ironside, which used the encrypted AN0M platform to intercept millions of messages before the app was shut down last June. Prisoners would watch movies, play computer games and be able to video-call loved ones using their own self-…
 
As of today, in a South Australian first, flu jabs will be free for all as the state government moves to ward off a potentially horror flu season. Tech devices are cheating Australians of the opportunity to learn how to socially interact, with many families staring at their screens at dinner ­tables, restaurants and other events instead of making c…
 
The biggest infrastructure project in South Australia’s history is on hold Protective security officers will be used to guard school vaccination clinics The Education Department has backflipped on its school toilet door demand, instructing principals to reinstall them on girls’ loos only. And It's tipped to be wet and soggy but North Adelaide and S…
 
THE teachers’ union has defended a high school that removed toilet doors on campus, blaming badly behaved students for the extreme measure to stem vandalism. Power prices for more than 60,000 South Australian households and businesses will skyrocket under a decision by the Australian Energy Regulator. Fifty people have been left suffering and in pa…
 
The stink over the removal of toilet doors at high schools to prevent vandalism inspired by Tik Tok has been met with backlash. South Australia’s high-profile private schools are collecting up to $49m each a year in income, as they compete to offer upgraded campuses and programs. Global tourism markets will be targeted in a campaign to lure visitor…
 
SA’s in a new pandemic phase, with school students now free to learn unmasked and the state of emergency declaration axed. The RAA says any ongoing fuel-tax relief should be directed to those in the community hardest hit by spiralling prices. Anthony Albanese has stepped out on the world stage for the first time, meeting US President Joe Biden, Ind…
 
Anthony Albanese will be sworn in today as Prime Minister before scrambling to a high-powered summit to meet United States President Joe Biden tomorrow. As outgoing prime minister Scott Morrison choked back tears when he addressed fellow church goers on yesterday morning in Sydney, Mr Albanese was preparing to jet off to Tokyo for the Quad leaders’…
 
Crows star Taylor Walker and Port Adelaide captain Tom Jonas have led the tributes to a personal fitness trainer who died during a run around Mt Lofty. Parachuting Kristina Keneally into the seat of Fowler was “clearly a mistake” that delivered a “huge loss” to the Labor Party, according to the local lawyer blocked from running for the seat by Anth…
 
Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese have both warned voters can’t trust the other to deliver a better future as the nation recovers from the pandemic. Actor Craig McLachlan has dropped a defamation case against a former co-star and two media ­outlets. A Northeast public high school is facing a backlash from concerned parents after removing toilet d…
 
There’s fears a Labor government would send Australia’s budget $8.4bn further into the red over the next four years, as Anthony Albanese vows the cash injection would not drive up inflation. Embattled home building giant Metricon is currently constructing more than 300 homes in South Australia amid insolvency rumours. Former deputy premier Vickie C…
 
People smugglers have begun promoting voyages to Australia, offering passage for up to $30,000 one way. Traffic cameras to catch people using their mobile phones while driving will also be spying on motorists distracted by other technology, such as smart watches and bluetooth headphones. A SA industry expert says Businesses struggling to entice emp…
 
After 34 years on the run in Africa and Europe, former state Liberal Party president and lawyer John Malcolm West is in custody in South Australia on historical fraud charges. The heartbroken father of a teenager killed in a crash at Athelstone has described his son as a “caring, bright” person who wanted to follow in his footsteps and become a doc…
 
Crisis talks are being held with building giant Metricon as rising costs have it facing severe financial pain, with insiders fearing for its future. Broken Hill is buzzing thanks to the arrival of Hollywood megastar Chris Hemsworth, ahead of filming on his latest project, the new Mad Max blockbuster. A former Rugby SA director and University of Sou…
 
First-home buyers will be able to crack open their retirement nest eggs to break into the property market if the government is returned to power, Scott Morrison has pledged. The couple who rushed to the tragic car crash death of cricket legend Andrew Symonds say his dogs refused to leave his side as they desperately tried to help him. South Austral…
 
After two years of Federal and State governments dictating life during the Covid pandemic, Prime Minister Scott Morrison will today pledge he is giving power back to the people. An Adelaide Academic warns there's a growing acceptance of physical aggression among schoolgirls fuelled by social media and changing societal attitudes An Adelaide couple …
 
An Adelaide surgeon and researcher says he is on track to cure melanoma, the insidious cancer that kills more than 1300 Australians each year The true horror of life inside aged-care homes during Covid has been revealed A fifth of South Australians have had their flu shot so far this year, sparking a new warning from the state’s top doctor amid fea…
 
NAPLAN testing has kicked off in chaos for thousands of students across Adelaide after a major internet outage shut down the online system. Scott Morrison has warned against “recklessly” throwing around wage increase figures A drunk wannabe rapper has been released on a good-behaviour bond after he and another man turned up to a random house And Le…
 
A 15- year old girl has been arrested and excluded from school over a shocking schoolyard attack that was captured on video. Sturt MP James Stevens says he is in the fight of his life to hold on to his blue-ribbon seat Labor isn’t promising “everything” it would like to do in government, Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has revealed And Three Sou…
 
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