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Wanted man arrested in Queensland over alleged cold case bikie murder ABC NEWS
A sixth man wanted over the alleged 2012 shooting murder of Adelaide panelbeater Jason De Ieso is arrested in Queensland, with SA Police saying they will seek to extradite Kyle Pryde from Brisbane.

Football club embroiled in sexual harassment controversy apologises, but remains in limbo ABC NEWS
An Adelaide council insists it has made a suburban football club facing eviction fully aware of the sexual harassment allegations against some of its players, despite claims by the club it remains in the dark. Meanwhile, another club facing financial woes has been given a reprieve.

A brand new team, a footballing god and new talent: Your 2019-20 A-League guide ABC NEWS
The A-League is back, with a brand new team and a whole host of new players. Check out our comprehensive preview ahead of the season kick-off.

South Australian Government considers council rate relief for drought-affected farmers ABC NEWS
The South Australian Government is considering providing council rate relief to drought-affected farmers as the state opposition claims that South Australia is way behind other state support.

'Extreme risk' identified in SA buildings due to combustible cladding ABC NEWS
An audit reveals 30 South Australian buildings require urgent remedial work to deal with potentially flammable aluminium cladding ? but the State Government is refusing to identify which ones are at risk.

'Give my son back to me': Mother of suspected murder victim begs for answers ABC NEWS
The family of missing man and suspected murder victim Michael Purse makes an emotional plea for information on his fate, with his mother breaking down as she described her anguish.

'People need to listen to their instincts': Background checks spark multiple interventions ABC NEWS
Background checks on people suspected of having a history of domestic violence introduced in South Australia last year are already helping to save lives, a domestic violence support service says.

Elderly woman dies in hospital after falling out of reversing car in hotel car park ABC NEWS
An 80-year-old woman dies in hospital after succumbing to injuries she suffered when falling out of her vehicle in the car park of a hotel on Thursday morning.

'Rye-cycled' natural straws helping environment and farmers in war on single-use plastic ABC NEWS
An Adelaide start-up could soon be producing drinking straws made with Australian-grown straw, replacing the need for plastic ones.

When the system makes it worse: Child protection's dark consequences ABC NEWS
When 13-year-old Maggie* went into care while her mother battled a drug and alcohol addiction, she hoped life would get easier. But she was sent to a residential care home where she was sexually assaulted and saw her life quickly spiral into drug and alcohol abuse.

Adelaide Crows to axe football chief and assistant coach following external review ABC NEWS
The mass exodus at the Adelaide Crows is continuing, with the club announcing it will axe football chief Brett Burton and assistant coach Scott Camporeale following the completion of its external review, chaired by Hawthorn legend Jason Dunstall.

Adelaide hospital beds mothballed, health jobs cut, despite record ramping ABC NEWS
The SA Government has revealed plans to mothball 60 public hospital beds and offer further redundancies in the health system, despite record levels of ambulance ramping outside emergency departments in recent months.

Hells Angel bikie faces court charged with murder of Jason De Ieso ABC NEWS
A Hells Angels bikie who was this week extradited from Queensland to be charged over the murder of Jason De Ieso in 2012 has appeared in an Adelaide court for the first time.

'She's extremely brave': Woman in her 90s confronts home invaders ABC NEWS
An "extremely brave" woman aged in her 90s confronts two home invaders when they break into her retirement village unit.

Chinese national guilty of money laundering over 'large-scale prostitution ring' is spared jail ABC NEWS
Hon Leung Chu, who laundered the proceeds of a nationwide prostitution ring from his apartment is spared jail, but could still face deportation.

Andrew Fagan comments on management dismissals ABC NEWS
The dismissals come after a review identified poor internal relationships as a major issue affecting the AFL club.

Call to remove glue mouse traps which cause 'prolonged suffering' from sale at discount stores ABC NEWS
Adhesive mouse traps which use glue to slowly inflict fatal injuries are still being sold at discount shops throughout Australia and are harming native animals, according to an animal rights group.

Woman allegedly hit over the head and sexually assaulted by man wearing black mask ABC NEWS
A woman is allegedly hit in the head with a rock and sexually assaulted in a northern suburb of Adelaide this morning, police say.

Sydney FC strikes late to down Adelaide in rollicking A-League season opener ABC NEWS
An 87th minute header from Ryan McGowan delivers Sydney FC a 3-2 win after a 10-man Adelaide fought back from two goals down in a feisty encounter at Hindmarsh Stadium.

Residents 'kept in the dark' about fire risk of buildings due to flammable cladding ABC NEWS
An Adelaide business owner says buildings residents are not being informed about dangers posed by potentially flammable aluminium cladding, as an audit reveals dozens of structures are at risk.

Giving love and receiving love: Foster kids' big day out with working dogs ABC NEWS
Foster children get the chance to play and connect with working dogs on a farm for one memorable and "rewarding" day.

Smartphone keyboards keep traditional languages alive ABC NEWS
A software firm develops smartphone keyboards specifically designed to write in traditional languages to help people protect their language.

Embracing the jungle within ? homemakers go crazy for indoor plants ABC NEWS
Social media drives a trend in indoor plants, inspiring home-based businesses and promoting wellbeing.

Pub patron stabbed in back after intervening in attempted armed robbery ABC NEWS
A woman has been arrested and a man is on the run after a customer was stabbed during an attempted robbery at an Adelaide pub last night.

Should Australians be charged for driving in the CBD? ABC NEWS
A congestion charge for driving in the CBD during peak hour is once again being pushed, and a new report says it would be easy, cheap and speed up traffic across all major cities.

Warning of 'dire consequences' if water trade restricted ABC NEWS
As farming groups lobby the Federal Government to take action on soaring water prices, water brokers warn some irrigators will be worse off if the Government intervenes in the trade.

Eddie Betts to go 'Back to the Future' after signing one-year deal with Carlton ABC NEWS
After weeks of speculation, the AFL confirms Eddie Betts will return to his former club Carlton after six years with the Adelaide Crows, with the Victorian club having some fun with a short clip of Betts going "Back to the Future".

Adelaide man apologises for possessing and exchanging nude pictures with teenagers ABC NEWS
An Adelaide man, who founded a network which promotes online safety, issues an apology for possessing child exploitation material and exchanging nude pictures with teenagers.

Reconciliation 'starts with kids in schools' says Aboriginal mural artist ABC NEWS
Arrernte man Scott Rathman wants to see more Aboriginal artists teaching in schools to hopefully stamp out racism and stereotypical beliefs.

'Did he marry me for my DNA?': How one woman could crack the Somerton Man mystery ABC NEWS
Professor Derek Abbott went looking for a killer. Instead, he found the love of his life. How a dead body on the beach sparked decades of intrigue ? and a romance.

Did an Orwell collector just find a signed first edition of Nineteen Eighty-Four? ABC NEWS
An Orwell enthusiast recently thought he had a signed first edition copy of Nineteen Eighty-Four, but he now thinks he was probably the victim of an accidental hoax.

This feral cat gorged itself on an entire kangaroo ABC NEWS
A cat is filmed in the Simpson Desert eating a kangaroo carcass over several days, as part of a study into the environmental impact of dead animals.

Man arrested after falling through carport roof while allegedly running from police ABC NEWS
An Adelaide man has been charged with a string of offences after he fell through the roof of a carport while allegedly trying to run away from police overnight. In a separate incident, a Molotov cocktail was thrown at a house in Prospect.

Power outage 'resurfaces' impacting businesses and customers in section of Adelaide CBD ABC NEWS
A power outage in Adelaide has resurfaced hours after it had been resolved, impacting businesses and customers in the busiest section of the Adelaide CBD. The cause is still being investigated by authorities.

Lamborghini driver charged over fatal crash once convicted over street racing, court hears ABC NEWS
The driver of a Lamborghini that fatally struck a teenager in Adelaide has a previous conviction for street racing and has been issued with 18 expiation notices since 2002, a court hears.

'It was my job to stay alive': Adelaide woman found safe in bush after search ABC NEWS
Adelaide woman Deborah Pilgrim says the kindness of strangers who helped find her after three days lost in the bush is "overwhelming".

Football club boots two members for poor behaviour, as council offers last-minute lease deal ABC NEWS
The City of Marion backflips on a decision to evict the Cove Football Club from its Hallett Cove premises over sexual harassment and intimidation allegations.

Two cars blown off road during World Solar Challenge near Coober Pedy ABC NEWS
A solar car competing in the World Solar Challenge has rolled over on the Stuart Highway, just north of Coober Pedy in South Australia. The driver has been released from hospital.

Adelaide man found guilty of stealing from foreign property investors ABC NEWS
Yida Benny Xiong failed to put $300,000 from two foreign investors money into the purchase of a plot of land in Adelaide and instead spent the money himself.

Would you read a novel written by a machine? They're closer than you might think ABC NEWS
Computers have traditionally excelled at mathematical tasks, and are now better than humans at games such as chess, but some AI experts believe they could one day produce literature to rival Shakespeare himself.

Video of elderly man crawling to the toilet posted as family says he was refused MRI ABC NEWS
The family of an elderly man posts a video of him crawling on his hands and knees to the toilet and claims he was discharged from an Adelaide hospital without proper treatment.

'Don't take any crap': No holding back for Megan Schutt ahead of WBBL season ABC NEWS
Megan Schutt has no time for the same-sex-marriage haters and her bold online personality is ensuring she is grabbing her chance on the national stage ahead of another ground-breaking WBBL campaign.

Gayle's Law regulations rejected by Parliament after criticism from nurses and family ABC NEWS
Regulations aimed at ensuring the safety of remote nurses in South Australia are struck down in Parliament after being criticised by nurses and the family of murdered outback nurse Gayle Woodford.

Driver makes lucky escape after World Solar Challenge car bursts into flames ABC NEWS
The leading car at the World Solar Challenge bursts into flames and is forced out of the race just south of Port Augusta. It follows three cars being blown off the road yesterday in strong winds.

Leading car in World Solar Challenge bursts into flames ABC NEWS
The leading solar car competing in the World Solar Challenge has burst into flames, forcing the team out of the race for the first time in 20 years.

Five arrested over alleged cocaine operation in SA, NSW ABC NEWS
An alleged cocaine drug ring spanning two states is uncovered by New South Wales and South Australian police, leading to the arrests of five people.

'No more pilgrimages': How Deborah Pilgrim survived three days lost in bushland ABC NEWS
During the three days Deborah Pilgrim was lost in scrubland she desperately searched empty properties, climbed a windmill and endured sickness from drinking dirty water before her incredible rescue.

SA Government refused ICAC more funds to investigate health system corruption ABC NEWS
Letters released by the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption show he was refused $2 million to fund an evaluation of the Central Adelaide Local Health Network.

Government offers one-off payment for farmers coming off welfare ABC NEWS
Farmers are entitled to a new, one-off payment from the Federal Government to help them decide if their farm is sustainable or could be sold.

Family of victim 'horrified' murderer and rapist to be released ABC NEWS
A man who raped and murdered a woman as she slept in her Darwin home will tomorrow be released from prison to live in Adelaide despite breaching his parole four times.

Black-footed rock-wallabies making a comeback with the help of rangers in remote centre ABC NEWS
In the rocky ranges of central Australia, a group of rangers are fending-off feral cats and foxes to save an increasing population of endangered wallabies.

Santos secures multi-billion-dollar gas investments in the Top End ABC NEWS
Resources giant Santos is strengthening its grip on the north Australian gas sector, as it moves to secure billions of dollars worth of exploration and production investments in the Top End.

Man claims self-defence after allegedly trying to run down pedestrians in Adelaide ABC NEWS
CCTV footage captures the moment a pedestrian is struck by a car, with the alleged driver facing charges of assault and four counts of endangering life.

Do football coaches need to spend more time out of the game to be successful? ABC NEWS
When it comes to selecting a coach, there are a range of factors to consider: experience, originality, personality, track record and fresh ideas. But one expert says more emphasis should be placed on skills away from the game.

CCTV cameras recorded part of the vehicular rampage ABC NEWS
A man driving a Holden Commodore allegedly reversed into a pedestrian after attempting to run over several people following an argument.

'Just to piss the family off': Winery accuses mining company of bullying and intimidation ABC NEWS
A mining company whose lawyers have been accused of engaging in bullying and intimidation against an Adelaide Hills winery says it will formally apologise to the family-run business.

Adelaide man who stole $300,000 from property investors avoids jail ABC NEWS
Yida Benny Xiong ripped off two female foreign investors in excess of $300,000 in a property scam that was used to fund his luxurious lifestyle, an Adelaide court hears.

This dam filled up during a drought pumping embargo ? authorities want to know how ABC NEWS
Investigations will begin into how a number of dams in drought-ravaged parts of NSW came to be filled during a ban on pumping water along parts of the Murray-Darling earlier this year.

Paedophile caught contacting child over internet after controversial release ABC NEWS
A serial child sex offender is back behind bars just six weeks after being released, after he breached a supervision order by contacting a child over the internet.

Adelaide cyber sleuths win missing persons 'hackathon' ABC NEWS
A group of cyber sleuths from Adelaide takes out the national missing persons "hackathon", finding nearly 100 new pieces of information for police to investigate.

Calls for more funding to be spent on biosecurity, as African swine fever spreads ABC NEWS
The Federal Government is falling short on its own commitment to boost funding for services to keep Australia free from pests and disease.

Is space a waste of time? The ethics of leaving earth ABC NEWS
Space advocates spruik the human benefits but critics say it costs far too much. Ever since the moon landing, space has been seen as a "giant leap" for humankind, but is it in the wrong direction?

Carp herpes virus decision expected by Christmas, despite lingering concerns ABC NEWS
Recommendations will be put to the Federal Government before Christmas over whether or not to release a herpes virus to control carp numbers, a potential move described as "reckless" by some commercial fishers.

Reporter thrown from motorbike completes hand-powered ride for spinal research ABC NEWS
Almost a decade ago, Charles Brice was thrown from a motorbike in a trail-riding accident, and spent more than a year in rehab. This week, he completed a 300-kilometre road trip from the crash site.

Mackay named as city with best drinking water in Australia ABC NEWS
In blind taste tests at a competition in Victoria this weekend, the tap water from Mackay Regional Council in Queensland is judged the best in Australia.

Woman hit by ute dies at McLaren Vale, man taken to hospital ABC NEWS
Police are investigating a fatal crash involving a ute which hit and killed one pedestrian and injured another at McLaren Vale south of Adelaide last night.

Scientists search for ancient hidden artefacts on the ocean floor ABC NEWS
A pioneering project on the WA coast is searching for underwater evidence of ancient culture. Scientists hope the exploration will lead to evidence of human life from when the seabed was land.

Alleged wife killer replied 'no comment' when son asked about her death ABC NEWS
The details of a secret recording of a conversation between accused Adelaide wife killer Peter Dansie and his son are revealed in court.

Released murderer withdrawn as witness in NCA bombing case ABC NEWS
A recently released rapist and murderer was among a "conga line" of people who offered to testify for the prosecution in another long-running murder case, a court hears.

Water Minister orders investigation into release of satellite images of full dams ABC NEWS
The Murray-Darling Basin Authority will be investigated over its release of satellite images appearing to show dams filling with water, which David Littleproud labelled "premature" and "incorrect".

Sacred Aboriginal scar tree illegally cut down ABC NEWS
An investigation is underway into the illegal removal of a tree sacred to the local Aboriginal community north of Adelaide.

Fake cop pulled over driver and 'strangely' took cutlery, police say ABC NEWS
Police investigate another report of a man impersonating a police officer in Adelaide, this time pulling over a driver and taking several items of cutlery.

Lifesaving authorities urge parents to 'focus on the child, not our phones' to avoid childhood drownings ABC NEWS
Royal Life Saving Society Australia is warning parents to limit distractions and be vigilant with water safety, as new data shows one-year-olds are at the greatest risk of drowning compared to any other age group.

Predators can use photos from social media to create child-like sex dolls, local MP claims ABC NEWS
Child predators have the ability to use photos of children taken in public or sourced from social media to create child-like sex dolls which are manufactured overseas, an Adelaide MP warns.

One drug is linked to 18 vet suicides per year, but it doesn't have to be stored in a locked container ABC NEWS
An inquest into the deaths of two young vets who took a drug linked to almost 20 suicides per year within the industry urges better mental health support for veterinary professionals.

Daintree zip-line victim Dean Sanderson remembered as a 'loving husband' ABC NEWS
The family of the man who died while zip-lining in Far North Queensland has described him as a "loving husband, father, son, brother and friend to all".

Powerful Cabinet committee considering releasing hundreds of millions in drought support ABC NEWS
The ABC understands drought-stricken towns will be the target of federal stimulus potentially worth hundreds of millions of dollars under a program designed to support regional communities enduring hardship.

'We've got to keep the shops open': Drought-hit towns anxiously await Federal economic stimulus ABC NEWS
Hopes are raised in drought-stricken towns that the Federal Government is on the cusp of delivering a stimulus package, with local mayors urging a generous spend.

Toure masterclass leads Adelaide to FFA Cup victory ABC NEWS
Al Hassan Toure only made his senior debut for Adelaide United in August, but scores one goal and set up another as the Reds thumped Melbourne City to claim a third FFA Cup title in six years.

Adelaide United reclaim the FFA Cup with record 4-0 win ABC NEWS
The Reds dominated the second half to take the cup home for the third time in FFA Cup history.

Guns, samurai swords used during spate of robberies across Adelaide ABC NEWS
Adelaide pub owners are conducting "hold-up" training and investing in technologies such as DNA spray to protect staff and patrons after a spate of armed robberies across the city.

Court releases photos showing sex toys seized from alleged wife-killer's suitcase ABC NEWS
A judge releases photos of evidence allegedly seized from the home of Peter Rex Dansie, who is accused of drowning his wife in an Adelaide pond in 2017.

Water traders without a connection to farming are 'failing the pub test', says Minister ABC NEWS
Sussan Ley says she believes only people who have a "connection to farming" should be allowed to own water in the Murray-Darling Basin.

Paedophile who masturbated in shop window in Adelaide's west sent back to jail ABC NEWS
An Adelaide paedophile will spend at least two years behind bars for masturbating in a store window and for using the social media site Pinterest to view images of young boys.

RFDS names site for its first patient transfer facility in regional SA ABC NEWS
The centre at Mount Gambier will improve response times for critical patients as well as provide a greater level of comfort for crew and people awaiting transfer.

Murray-Darling chief apologises for public release of dam satellite images ABC NEWS
The head of the Murray-Darling Basin Authority apologises for mistakenly publishing a report that identified farms via satellite imagery, which is now subject to investigation.

Police officer whose car hit teen motorcyclist wins appeal against conviction ABC NEWS
A police officer who accidentally hit the accelerator instead of the brake during a traffic stop, leaving a boy with multiple broken bones, has an aggravated driving conviction overturned.

'No-one can survive': Water prices expected to reach Millennium Drought levels ABC NEWS
The price of water increases to $980 a megalitre for South Australia, as industry bodies expect prices to reach Millennium Drought levels.

'Expect more fish deaths': Pressure on the Murray-Darling set to soar this summer ABC NEWS
The Murray-Darling Basin Authority warns it will be another ugly summer, telling politicians that unless it rains soon, water conditions will get worse.

Death of Vietnam veteran who died in boating tragedy described as 'like losing another brother' ABC NEWS
The death of Vietnam veteran Peter Verrall in a boating accident on the Coorong is described by a friend and fellow veteran as "like losing another brother".

Wanderers win Sydney A-League derby, Reds down Jets ABC NEWS
Western Sydney Wanderers claim a 1-0 victory over crosstown rivals Sydney FC, while FFA Cup champions Adelaide United celebrate a 2-1 defeat of Newcastle Jets.

Family of boat tragedy victim praises his mate for bravely staying with him 'until the end' ABC NEWS
The family of Peter Verrall, who died when the boat he was fishing in capsized in rough seas in South Australia, praises his close friend for staying with him "until the end".

Pedestrian killed, another man fighting for life after spate of crashes in Adelaide overnight ABC NEWS
A pedestrian dies after being hit by a motorcycle and another man is in a critical condition following a separate crash in Adelaide on Saturday night.

David Warner hits maiden T20 century on final ball of innings ABC NEWS
Australian batsman David Warner has scored his first Twenty20 international century as Australia piled on 233 runs against Sri Lanka at the Adelaide Oval.

'Amazing young adults': Student defends muck-up day pranksters ABC NEWS
More than a dozen Year 12 students from a prestigious Adelaide high school are banned from attending their graduation after tables were burnt and doors were glued shut.

Life in prison for killer who left relative's skeletal remains in fireplace ABC NEWS
A man who was a teenager when he murdered his relative ? whose bones were later found in rural SA ? receives a mandatory sentence of life imprisonment, but his non-parole period has not yet been set.

Real estate agent featured on Today Tonight fined for abusive behaviour ABC NEWS
A South Australian real estate agent made notorious by Today Tonight is banned from practising and fined $7,500 for labelling a tenant a "Centrelink dweller" and tribunal members "incompetent".

Barossa Valley rare bird species fading away as environment fragments ABC NEWS
The Barossa Valley is recognised for its wine and tourism, but some bird species are beginning to disappear because of habitat fragmentation and noisy miners.

Samira was raped by her ex-partner, so she wrote a show about the incident to help her heal ABC NEWS
It has been six years since Samira Elagoz was raped by her ex-boyfriend. So she decided to own the narrative and write a performance about what had happened to her.

High-risk offender Luke Brandon arrested following alleged crime spree ABC NEWS
A wanted high-risk offender has been arrested following a crime spree overnight which started when a car was allegedly stolen from an elderly woman yesterday. An Adelaide man says his mother was left shaken by the ordeal.

Adelaide chef Jess Barnes pleads guilty to assaulting TV reporters ABC NEWS
A man who has previously claimed he is the nephew of rock legend Jimmy Barnes pleads guilty to assaulting two journalists outside an Adelaide court.

Batting prodigy Will Pucovski to press claim for Test debut against Pakistan ABC NEWS
He has been earmarked as a Test batsman in the making, and now Victorian youngster Will Pucovski gets another chance to earn a debut after being named in the Australia A XI to play Pakistan in Perth.

Concerns raised after students post sexually explicit clips on TikTok ABC NEWS
Parents raise concerns after videos emerge of school students simulating sexually explicit acts on a popular social media platform. Many of the videos are filmed on school grounds, with students in uniform.

Backpackers may get hundreds of millions of dollars back after tax overturned by court ABC NEWS
An estimated 75,000 backpackers working, or who have worked in Australia, could be back-paid hundreds of millions of dollars after the Federal Court ruled the so-called backpacker tax invalid.

Fatal shooting was payback for firebombing of bikies' parents home, court told ABC NEWS
An Adelaide court is told the 2012 fatal shooting of panelbeater Jason De Ieso was retribution for a firebomb attack on a home occupied by the parents of three of the alleged murderers.

Wendy applies for more than 100 jobs each week, but is told she is 'over-qualified' ABC NEWS
Wendy Morgan has a degree in science, 40 years of work experience and even a forklift licence, but no-one will give her a job. She says living on Newstart makes the job hunt even harder.

State Government to clean up laws governing the supervision of former prisoners ABC NEWS
A crime spree allegedly committed by a high-risk fugitive has prompted the SA Government to "clean up" the laws that govern the supervision of former prisoners.

Galah encouraged to leap after being stranded in a tree for four nights ABC NEWS
Pat Fuidge has been trying to coax her galah Squawkie from a tree since Saturday, a bird that became too scared to come back down.

Adelaide school principal charged with child sex offences ABC NEWS
South Australian police charge the principal of an Adelaide metropolitan school with aggravated indecent assault and possessing child exploitation material.

Why has the uptake on home batteries been so slow despite a $6,000 incentive? ABC NEWS
In recent years, SA has developed a reputation for blackouts and energy instability, but uptake of a home battery scheme spruiked as a potential solution remains sluggish.

Cruise ship welcomed by Copper Coast locals but where's the Lucky Bay ferry? ABC NEWS
Wallaroo locals welcome news that a cruise ship will visit three times over summer, but wonder what happened to their ferry service that was suspended two years ago.

Man reported for meth after truck caused freeway delay, as report finds trucks are failing checks ABC NEWS
A Victorian driver allegedly tests positive to methamphetamine after his truck ran out of fuel on the South Eastern Freeway, causing traffic delays. It coincides with a report showing 60 per cent of trucks are failing safety inspections.

Fire incidents under control after fuel tanker rolled and engulfed in flames in SA ABC NEWS
Two fire incidents in regional South Australia are under control after temperatures soared across the state. A fuel tanker rolled on the Eyre Highway earlier today, and CFS crews have contained a grass fire at Lewiston.

Kangaroos digging for water in drought ABC NEWS
Kangaroos have been spotted digging for water in dried-up creek beds as severe rainfall deficiencies continue.

A fire burns near houses in Loxton ABC NEWS
Dozens of firefighters battled an overnight blaze, as it burned through the Riverland towards residences. Loxton resident Oliver Stone captured footage of the fire that came close to homes and the aged care facility.

Islamic State supporter not required to undergo deradicalisation, lawyer says ABC NEWS
An Adelaide woman who pledged allegiance to Islamic State, but whose conviction for membership was overturned, did not undertake any deradicalisation programs prior to her community release, her lawyer says.

Joker-masked thief holds up Subway outlet and assaults teenager ABC NEWS
Police are searching for a man who was wearing a Joker-style mask and armed with an imitation gun when he held up a Subway outlet in Adelaide and assaulted a teenager.

Man found dead in air duct was friends with driver at the centre of coronial inquest ABC NEWS
Two years before his body was discovered in an air duct, young Adelaide man Dylan Bartlett lost a friend to circumstances which also were baffling and tragic.

Black Friday sales phenomenon to hit Adelaide for the first time ABC NEWS
The US retail phenomenon that prompts bargain-hungry shoppers to stampede through stores is coming to South Australia for the first time, with Adelaide traders allowed to open until midnight on November 29.

'If you hit me, I will hit you back': Teaching staff investigated over treatment of children with disabilities ABC NEWS
New documents reveal serious complaints of mistreatment by state education teaching staff against students with disability ? from pulling a child by the hair while calling them an expletive, to grabbing a boy around the neck and shaking him.

Former AFL and SANFL player handed four-year ban by ASADA for taking anabolic steroids ABC NEWS
Joshua Glenn is banned from competitive football for four years by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority after testing positive to a prohibited substance.

Adelaide bus patronage down 231,000 trips as critics blame Government policy ABC NEWS
Public transport policies are discouraging patronage in Adelaide, lobbyists say, after Freedom of Information figures uncover a significant decline in bus patronage in the first six months of the year.

'It's really scary': Aboriginal community has completely run out of drinking water ABC NEWS
Clean drinking water is essential for survival ? but one South Australian Aboriginal community has now been completely "bone dry" for days.

Egg farmers push for price rise amid fears of dairy-style collapse ABC NEWS
Major and smaller supermarkets are upping the price of eggs as chicken farmers become the latest casualties in the ongoing drought.

'Drought refugees': Desert birds in southern Australia searching for food and water ABC NEWS
Birdwatchers are spotting crimson and rare orange chats in southern Australia, refugees of the drought in the inland.

'Brutal' hailstorm hits Riverland, wiping out crops in minutes ABC NEWS
Riverland growers assess the damage to crops after a sudden hailstorm cut through the region late last night, wiping out crops in minutes.

Dashcam shows horror two-car crash at Adelaide intersection ABC NEWS
Police are investigating a horror two-car smash at an Adelaide intersection, which left a woman with serious injuries.

Dashcam footage of smash at Modbury Heights in Adelaide ABC NEWS
Dashcam footage of smash at Modbury Heights in Adelaide

Bikie defends decision to bash child sex offender by posting CCTV on social media ABC NEWS
SA Police is reviewing its security practices as CCTV footage of a bikie attacking a child sex offender at the Adelaide City Watch House is posted online.

CCTV footage of the violent assault ABC NEWS
The footage was posted by Rebels bikie Bradley Daniele, who appears to take credit for the attack.

Footage captures two kittens being dumped in Adelaide shopping centre ABC NEWS
Two seven-week-old kittens are dumped in a garden bed at an Adelaide shopping centre, and the RSPCA is seeking help to identify the couple involved.

RSCPA appeal for public help after man dumps kittens at Plaza ABC NEWS
RSCPA appeal for public help after man dumps kittens at Plaza

11,000 scientists declare climate emergency, warning world faces 'catastrophic threat' ABC NEWS
More than 11,000 scientists around the world have signed a scientific paper declaring a climate emergency, in turn backing protesters across the world demanding and calling on governments worldwide to act.

IVF patients receive bogus emails after 'malicious cyber attack' on fertility company ABC NEWS
A national fertility business attached to clinics in six Australian states and territories says its email system has been subjected to a "malicious cyber attack", with patients reporting receiving bogus messages that appear to be from the company.

Liberal candidate Georgina Downer to return to Victoria after twice failing to win SA seat of Mayo ABC NEWS
High-profile Liberal candidate Georgina Downer announces she is returning to Victoria after failing twice to win the South Australian seat of Mayo.

If a police officer asks to see your phone, do you have to show them? ABC NEWS
Whether you are dealing with a noise complaint or being asked for ID, having a grasp of your basic rights when dealing with the police can help.

Boxer accused of being part of Hells Angels murder denied bail ABC NEWS
South Australian champion boxer Musa Alzuain was seen in the possession of the same type of firearm as the one that was used to gun down Jason De Ieso (pictured) in 2012, a court hears.

Have you ever seen a red-bellied black snake hunting underwater for fish? ABC NEWS
A red-bellied black snake is filmed swimming underwater in the Adelaide Hills hunting and catching a native fish.

Cannabis oil advocate Jenny Hallam spared conviction for supplying medicinal cannabis ABC NEWS
A South Australian cannabis oil distributor has been spared a conviction for providing the drug to terminally ill people, with the judge saying her actions helped rather than harmed the recipients.

Adelaide woman killed and man injured in truck and car crash on SA highway ABC NEWS
A woman has died, and a man taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) with serious injuries following a crash between a car and a truck just north of Port Wakefield, about 100-kilometres from Adelaide.

Murray River water destined for Adelaide reallocated to drought-hit farmers upstream ABC NEWS
Murray River water destined for Adelaide will be reallocated to farmers upstream so they can grow feed for their livestock, as part of a federal drought stimulus package announced today.

Live-streaming of osprey chicks in their nest, part of a plan to help save their species ABC NEWS
Two osprey chicks are now live-streaming from their barge-nest in Port Lincoln. They will then be tracked after they fledge in December.

Majority of Kimba locals support nuclear waste dump ABC NEWS
A clear majority of Kimba residents vote in favour of a nuclear waste dump being built in their region.

Boutique dried fruit businesses feeding from share platter trend ABC NEWS
Small business with the time to value-add to dried fruit products hit the mark with consumers who are keen to hear the backstory behind the product.

Ham and pork will cost you more this Christmas, and other meat prices are set to follow ABC NEWS
The African swine fever pandemic is creating an unparalleled global meat shortage, which means Australian consumers can expect to fork out more for meat this Christmas and perhaps the next few after that.

Man who fatally stabbed motorist during road rage attack sentenced to life in prison ABC NEWS
An Adelaide man who killed another motorist during an extreme episode of road rage in 2017 will spend at least 20 years behind bars.

Tradie driving behind elderly couple before crash jumped into dam to save them ABC NEWS
An Adelaide couple escapes tragedy after crashing into a dam north of Ballarat. A good Samaritan and a police officer saved the pair seconds before the car submerged.

Charges dropped against political volunteer accused of stalking Georgina Downer ABC NEWS
Charges against a political volunteer who was accused of stalking defeated Liberal hopeful Georgina Downer during the federal election campaign earlier this are been withdrawn.

'I felt dirty': Worker wins sexual harassment claim against high-end Adelaide supermarket ABC NEWS
A prestigious Adelaide supermarket failed to properly investigate a sexual harassment complaint against its head chef, who was accused of repeatedly touching a co-worker inappropriately, a tribunal finds.

'People tell you very personal stuff': Should hairdressers receive mental health training? ABC NEWS
From relationship problems to redundancies, hairdressers often hear it all, and one union is calling for more training to help deal with tough conversations.

Recreating Mars in the outback? It can and should be done, say researchers ABC NEWS
A simulated Red Planet site in remote South Australia would replicate a future Mars community ? complete with a fake rocket ship, laboratories, rovers and scientists in spacesuits.

'I felt I had made myself a target': Michelle went for a run, and is still haunted by what happened ABC NEWS
During a run in the final hours of 2018, Michelle* found herself being dragged along the ground by a stranger in a balaclava. While she has found a female running group to help get back on track, she says it took time to stop fearing exercising in public.

Little pub with a big heart: SA hotel calls for donations for families impacted by NSW fires ABC NEWS
In 2015, Helen Hatch and her family lost their home in the Pinery bushfire, escaping with just the clothes on their back. Now the hotel owner is holding a donation drive to help families hit by the New South Wales bushfires.

Maslin Beach cold case murder accused claims self-defence ABC NEWS
A South Australian Supreme Court jury has heard that a New Zealand man accused of murdering Robert Sabeckis at Maslin Beach almost 20 years ago will argue he acted in self-defence.

Cold front signals disaster for fire danger ABC NEWS
A series of cold fronts tears across the country, leaving ashes in its wake as NSW braces for a catastrophic fire rating on Tuesday.

The CFS has issued a warning for an uncontrolled fire heading towards Port Lincoln ABC NEWS
The CFS has issued a warning for an uncontrolled fire heading towards Port Lincoln.



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