An Adelaide magistrate has lifted an identity suppression on a man who allegedly murdered his wife and shot his daughter at their Campbelltown home in July last year.

Vasilis Vergulis can now be identified as the man who allegedly fatally shot his wife, Aleksandra Vergulis, and shot his daughter Daniela, who survived the incident.

Mr Vergulis pleaded not guilty to all charges against him including murder, attempted murder and causing serious harm.

Through a translator, Magistrate John Wells read out the charges against Mr Vergulis.

“It’s alleged you murdered Aleksandra Vergulis,” Mr Wells said.

“I am not guilty,” Mr Vergulis replied.

“It’s further alleged that you attempted to murder Daniela Vergulis … on the same day, at the same place.”

“I am not guilty,” he said again.

Mr Vergulis also pleaded not guilty to causing serious harm to his daughter.

Daniela Vergulis attended the Adelaide Magistrates Court today to hear his pleas.

She looked upset as she left the court, with one of her supporters putting an arm around her.

Mr Vergulis has been committed to stand trial in the Supreme Court.

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