Local News South Australia
JAY Weatherill has presided over five state budgets he became Premier in October 2011, by three different treasurers: Jack Snelling, Mr Weatherill and Tom Koutsantonis. Weexamine how they delivered.
IN 1964, more than 300, 000 people crammed the streets of Adelaide to give Paul McCartney and the Beatles the biggest reception the world had ever seen. But it seems that doesn’t matter to him.
THE office of the Victims’ Rights Commissioner is liaising with the widow of worker Andrew Myama – who was killed on the Darlington interchange project – to return his body to his home town.
A MILLICENT man has admitted murdering his partner and her elderly mother inside their home — a month before prosecutors were scheduled to file their brief of evidence against him.
GROWERS in the Northern Adelaide Plains are breathing a sigh of relief after Playford Council dumped a proposal to increase their rates up to twice the current annual charge.
A WOMAN has been arrested after she allegedly bit and tried to strangle a waiter during a bizarre “dine and dash” incident in the city on Monday night. Find out what sparked the dispute.
A WOMAN has been arrested after she allegedly bit and tried to strangle a waiter during a ‘dine and dash’ incident in the city last night. Recap all of Wednesday morning’s news on The Pulse.
A LEGAL loophole in key bikie legislation that has seen two cases collapse is being closed by Attorney-General John Rau following discussions with senior police.
A GAWLER grandfather who missed out on a lifesaving double lung transplant earlier this month after a mix-up with a Qantas flight will wake up to better news after another mercy dash to Sydney.
UPDATE: A CONTROVERSIAL homebirth advocate unlawfully killed two newborn babies after failing to properly supervise their dangerous deliveries outside a hospital, prosecutors allege in a landmark case.
A SUBURBAN Adelaide hospital has just unveiled a multimillion-dollar facelift – its fifth major revamp since the private facility was opened more than 60 years ago.
HOUSEHOLDS and businesses will be protected from steep power bill hikes under a Federal Government plan to stop energy companies using the courts to contest the prices they are allowed to charge.
UPDATED: A family in Adelaide’s south is distressed after several gunshots, which a neighbour described as five “really loud bangs”, were fired at their home this morning.