South Australia News

South Australia News

  • Police ‘need immunity’ before supporti...
    Frontline police in South Australia are today expected to announce their opposition to proposed shoot-to-kill anti-terror laws, unless immunity is included to protect officers from recrimination. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-10-16
  • Pension crisis looming due to older worker discrim...
    The Federal Government's pension bill will rise from $45 billion to $51 billion within three years unless efforts are made to help more mature workers gain employment, the Regional Australia Institute warns. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-10-16By Brett Worthington
  • Native fish on the Murray-Darling improve for the ...
    Actions by recreational fishers to abide by regulations help native fish species improve for the first time in 150 years. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-10-16By Brittany Evins
  • Reds defender creates his own luck through hard wo...
    After a series of unfortunate events, including breaks to both his wrists and knee surgery, Reds defender Jordan Elsey learns not to be superstitious. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-10-16By Neil Cross
  • Opposition pledges extra $6.5m for cardiac service...
    Current resourcing at the QEH is not sustainable and clinicians have seen no indication of any change coming, the SA Opposition says. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-10-16By Leah MacLennan
  • Would you turn off your air conditioner if your po...
    With warnings of power shortages this summer, energy companies say they will offer incentives to consumers to turn off their power to ease the burden. Would you do it? ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-10-16
  • Residents in small town volunteer to keep local pu...
    Picking up the mail with a beer in hand or reading the bills at the pub is a new possibility in Cockburn - a town of 19 people. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-10-16By Sofie Wainwright
  • Beer sticks up for Barossa wine spiller in court
    Celebrity chef Maggie Beer voices her support for a Barossa Valley winemaker who deliberately destroyed about $60,000 worth of a rival company's shiraz and chardonnay, after opening the taps on four tanks of wine at Kellermeister Wines. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-10-16By Rebecca Opie
  • Horse trainer Jim Willoughby in Kimberley for Myst...
    And for the last 40 years Mr Willoughby has been fortunate enough to combine his two great loves, by travelling with his horses from his farm in South Australia, to film productions across the country. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-10-16By Courtney Fowler
  • Food handouts increasing with skyrocketing power b...
    The number of South Australians requiring assistance to access food has increased by 21 per cent over the past year, a charity says, with household electricity prices, which have risen 48 per cent over the past decade, largely to blame. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-10-16By Malcolm Sutton
  • Baby boom continues at Adelaide Zoo
    Keepers at Adelaide Zoo welcome the birth of its first mandrill in six years, just months after five meerkat pups were born. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-10-15
  • Meet the Australian team leading the charge for a ...
    A team of Queenslanders are leading the charge to develop commercial solar cars in Australia and proving on an international stage they've got what it takes to make it a reality. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-10-15By Georgia Hitch
  • Former Mitsubishi chief reflects on death of car m...
    Tom Phillips was the head of Mitsubishi in Adelaide during its most troubled period and says manufacturers failing to adjust to family's needs may have resulted in the industry's end. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-10-15By Simon Royal
  • Why women are ditching men and choosing the single...
    Is a relationship holding you back? There is mounting evidence that shows women are better off unattached. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-10-15By Kellie Scott
  • Food and grocery jobs will head offshore amid risi...
    Amid fears that rising energy prices will send jobs offshore, the food and grocery sector wants a code of conduct to give customers fairer, flexible energy contracts. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-10-15By Lucy Barbour And Brett Worthington