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South Australia News

  • SA Government’s push to become national lead...
    Adelaide could soon be home to some of the world's largest game developers once a digital hub is built in the CBD, with the South Australian Government pledging $2 million towards building the space. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-11-20By Sarah Hancock
  • Trusting in science pays off for farmers after a d...
    Broadacre farmers north-east of Adelaide are reaping a better than average crop after utilising science to make the most of a dry start to winter. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-11-20By Simon Royal
  • Stoush erupts over Christmas sex tweet forwarded b...
    Greens MP Tammy Franks condemns SA Parliament's "toxic culture" in State Parliament, after a sex industry tweet featuring Christmas decorations inspired by female genitalia was forwarded to her by Speaker Michael Atkinson. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-11-19
  • Could the Ord become home to a key ingredient used...
    An international health food company identifies Western Australia's Ord Irrigation Scheme as the world's next leading producer of plantago. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-11-19By Courtney Fowler
  • Gillian Rolton tribute at International Three Day ...
    A tribute video to the life of Gillian Rolton that was played at the International Three Day Event, of which she directed for 10 years. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-11-19
  • Gillian Rolton honoured at equestrian event
    A day after her death, a tribute is held for equestrian legend Gillian Rolton at the Australian International Three Day Event, which she directed for 10 years. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-11-19
  • Manufacturing centre to deliver almost 600 jobs in...
    Cyber security company VeroGuard Systems announces plans to build an advanced manufacturing facility in Adelaide's northern suburbs, with many new jobs offering opportunities to former Holden workers. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-11-19
  • Equestrian great Gillian Rolton dies of cancer
    Equestrian great and dual Olympic gold medallist Gillian Rolton dies after a long battle with cancer. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-11-18
  • Rising star returns to Adelaide for role in State ...
    Tilda Cobham-Hervey is drawn back to her hometown, Adelaide, to star in the State Theatre Company's Vale, in what has been a record-breaking year for the company. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-11-18By Alina Eacott
  • Santa arrives in Adelaide as pageant parades throu...
    More than 300,000 people line the streets of Adelaide to watch the annual Christmas pageant, with many punters arriving at midnight just to secure a good spot. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-11-18
  • Palliative care ‘is not simply pain manageme...
    When doctor Sally Williams saw an elderly Aboriginal man crying in a corridor of Katherine hospital, it was a turning point in her career. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-11-18By Simon Royal
  • Restoring ‘greyhound’ of the River Mur...
    One of Australia's fastest river paddle steamers, the PS Canally, is being restored to her former glory by volunteers. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-11-17By Brittany Evins And Catherine Heuzenroeder
  • How sexting is creating a legal minefield for teen...
    Judges are being forced to consider whether to record serious child pornography convictions against young Australians, and there are calls for greater clarity around the prosecution of such cases. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-11-17By Candice Prosser
  • Harbour Energy ‘doesn’t have noble int...
    A failed bid to take over oil and gas company Santos was driven by "self-interest and greed", according to SA Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-11-17By Leah MacLennan
  • Musicians say no to verbal abuse from crowd
    A female musician told to expose her breasts and vagina (and not in those words) from a crowd member says she has had enough. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-11-17