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  • Aus Post used in major three-state drug ring, poli...
    A major drug trafficking syndicate used the Australian postal system to transfer thousands of kilograms cannabis across three states, police allege. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-05-26By Kristian Silva
  • Why SA has the nation’s most secretive anti-...
    Political reporter Nick Harmsen explains why hearings for the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption's probe into the SA Government's knowledge of abuse and mistreatment at an aged mental care facility will be held entirely in secret. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-05-26By Nick Harmsen
  • Australian farmers adapt to changing climate
    With a recent report showing a changing climate has negatively impacted Australian crops, those in the thick of it have learnt to adapt to harsh conditions. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-05-26By Jess Davis And Tom Nancarrow
  • Gayle Woodfood murder hearing postponed by ‘...
    More than 30 loved ones of Gayle Woodford travelled from far and wide to attend a presentencing hearing for the man who murdered the outback nurse only to have it postponed due to a "courtroom booking issue". ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-05-26By Rebecca Opie
  • Quilt ‘celebrating women in all their glory&...
    Sydney-based artist Sarah Contos wins the inaugural Ramsay Art Prize with a giant quilt called The Long Kiss Goodbye, after competing against heated rabbit figures, a giant tent and an inflatable swan. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-05-26By Michael Coggan
  • Inaugural $100,000 Ramsay Art Prize to be announce...
    Heated rabbit figures, a giant tent and an inflatable swan are among 21 works of contemporary art vying for what is described as the richest art prize in Australia for artists under the age of 40, with the winner to be announced today. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-05-26By Michael Coggan
  • Is this Australia’s happiest traffic control...
    Roadworks are high on the list of places most of us would rather not be — unless Bear is there to entertain you. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-05-26By Brett Williamson
  • Adelaide man dies after being arrested for assault
    An Adelaide man dies in police custody after being arrested for a domestic violence assault against his partner at Parafield Gardens. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-05-26
  • Hinkley says contentious Dixon play-on call ‘...
    The umpire's decision to tell Charlie Dixon to play on late in Port Adelaide's loss to Geelong was crucial, but coach Ken Hinkley says it was the correct one. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-05-25
  • Young Australian baseballers take a different jour...
    Adelaide 18-year-old Mitchell Lightbody is heading to an American college as he hopes to fulfil his dream of playing in the world's top baseball league. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-05-25By Neil Cross
  • Broken ribs went unnoticed for days at Oakden home...
    A dementia patient at the condemned Oakden nursing home screamed in pain for more than two hours because the wrong catheter was used while another's broken ribs went unnoticed for days, new Commonwealth documents reveal. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-05-25By Angelique Donnellan And Nicola Gage
  • Bodies of woman and child found at Adelaide home
    Police are investigating the death of a woman and child after their bodies were found at a Glenelg North home in Adelaide's west. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-05-25
  • NT and SA to consider prisoner swaps to relieve ov...
    South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill quips that it would be cheaper to pay rent to the Northern Territory than build another new prison in his state. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-05-25By Sara Everingham
  • Turnbull slams Labor’s school funding approa...
    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull accuses Labor of trying to pay for schools with "fantasy money", countering Opposition Leader Bill Shorten's claims the Government would be spending $22 billion less than Labor promised when it was in office. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-05-25By Julie Doyle And Louise Yaxley
  • Government grants Day’s request to have debt...
    The Federal Government agrees to waive debts owed by former senator Bob Day, who was being pursued for repayment of his salary and other allowances. ... read more
    Source: south australia news feedPublished on 2017-05-25By Tom Lowrey