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Thousands without power after SA storm

Thousands of properties are without power across South Australia after another wild storm.
SBS

Severe storms to belt southern states

South Australia, Victoria and NSW have been warned to be on alert for severe thunderstorms and potential flash floods.
SBS

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News video: Vehicle Crossing Flooded Road in Andamooka Nearly Swept Away

Vehicle Crossing Flooded Road in Andamooka Nearly Swept Away 00:26

Swathes of South Australia &lt;a href=&quot;http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-12-28/sa-weather-adelaide-traffic-lights-down-floods-highest-rainfall/8150464&quot;..
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News video: Port Augusta Struck by Strong Winds and Wild Rain

Port Augusta Struck by Strong Winds and Wild Rain 00:13

A severe storm inundated Port Augusta in South Australia on Wednesday, December 28, cutting power to homes and flooding roads.
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News video: Adelaide Drivers Battle Flooded Roads After Severe Storm

Adelaide Drivers Battle Flooded Roads After Severe Storm 00:18

Adelaide residents battled flooded roads on Wednesday, December 28, after a deluge of severe weather struck South Australia overnight.
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News video: Close Call With an Eastern Brown Snake

Close Call With an Eastern Brown Snake 01:45

Occurred on January 10, 2017 / Glen Osmond, South Australia, Australia
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News video: Turn around, don't drown: Truck barely crosses floodwater

Turn around, don't drown: Truck barely crosses floodwater 00:16

Dec 29, 2016; 8:00 AM ET A truck is almost swept away as it tries to cross a flooded roadway in South Australia. Remember, turn around, don't drown!
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Cold case rapist jailed for 12 years over 1994 Scarborough sex attack

A DNA sample taken from a man in South Australia in 2013 for drink driving has proved the catalyst for his conviction over a terrifying sex assault on two women in Perth 22 years ago.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Boss Resources heads to market following uranium re-rating

Shares in Boss have been climbing recently, on the back of a 30% increase in the uranium price. The company is focused on the Honeymoon Uranium Project in South Australia. The halt will remain in place..
Proactive Investors

Sikh victims of vandalism offer support to unknown offenders

A small Sikh community in South Australia has extended an olive branch to the vandals who damaged their temple - offering to help the unknown offenders if they need support.
SBS

Heatwave moves to eastern states

Northern NSW, north-east South Australia and southern Queensland need to brace for heatwave conditions throughout this week
SBS

$20 million payout for blackouts

ABOUT half of all households plunged into darkness by last month’s extended blackout in South Australia will receive payouts.
Daily Telegraph Also reported by •The Advertiser

Flood warning as more drenching rain on way

THE weather bureau is warning of possible flash flooding, with up to 80mm forecast in the Mount Lofty Ranges tonight, as South Australia is hit by another summer drenching.
The Advertiser

More workers opting out of unions

UNION membership has fallen dramatically in South Australia, new research shows.
The Advertiser

Fines still flowing for looed acts

ALMOST three people a day were caught urinating or defecating in public across South Australia last financial year, two thirds of which did so in Adelaide’s CBD and eastern suburbs.
The Advertiser

Melbourne City have an Adelaide flavour for trip to SA

Caretaker coach Michael Valkanis will lead an Adelaide United-flavoured Melbourne City side to South Australia for their A-League clash.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

How our love of food has changed SA

FOOD and drinks have stepped up in South Australia over the past decade. In a period hit by economic woes, food has been one the few growth industries for the state — and there’s no sign of it..
The Advertiser

Incredible Holden photos given new life

WE’RE coming to the end of an era in South Australia — the closure of Holden’s Elizabeth plant. To celebrate the carmaker’s part in our history, we’ve given these old black-and-white photos..
The Advertiser

Unis to vet teacher trainees for quality

TEACHER training in South Australia will be fundamentally overhauled to make universities more accountable for the quality of teachers they produce.
The Advertiser

Young kids among SA’s suicide toll

TWO children aged 10 and under are among almost 2200 people who have taken their own lives in South Australia over an 11-year period.
The Advertiser

South Australia braces for severe fire weather conditions


9News

Straw harvest can have renewable boost for SA

STRAW is being touted as the latest saviour for South Australia’s energy woes by a well-known businessman keen to harness the renewable agricultural byproduct.
The Advertiser

WPG Resources raises extra cash as in-the-money options exercised

The company recently opened its second gold mine, Tarcoola, located in South Australia. WPG will transport ore mined from Tarcoola by road to the Challenger processing plant at the operating Challenger..
Proactive Investors

$5bn army vehicle battle

A desperate rearguard action is being mounted to stop South Australia winning the $5bn land combat vehicle project.
The Australian

Extreme heat forecast for Adelaide and other parts of South Australia


9News


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