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Postcard delivered 50 years late reunites old school buddies

Never before has the adage "better late than never" held more truth than when a man checked his mail to find a postcard, sent in 1966. Tim Duffy of South Australia was checking his mail recently..

Man on the run in South Australia after fleeing on final day of assault trial


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News video: Mama Koala Takes Baby for Stroll

Mama Koala Takes Baby for Stroll 00:17

This was in south Australia.
Source: CBS2 LA -

News video: Koala Takes a Morning Stroll Down a Sidewalk With Mother

Koala Takes a Morning Stroll Down a Sidewalk With Mother 00:25

This video from Radek Petlak and Emma Barry of a koala “taking a morning stroll” along the main street in McLaren Flat, South Australia, with her joey on her back has gone viral on social media...
Source: storyfulviral -

News video: Growing tomatoes in the Australian desert

Growing tomatoes in the Australian desert 01:49

Growing vegetables in the desert. This unique indoor farm in South Australia produces 15,000 tonnes of tomatoes a year – accounting for approximately 15% of the country’s entire tomato..
Source: euronews (in English) -

News video: Sinkhole swallows car

Sinkhole swallows car 00:29

A sinkhole that swallowed a car in South Australia has been blamed on disused mine shafts. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Source: Rumble -

News video: Football club flooded as wild weather continues

Football club flooded as wild weather continues 00:09

Oct 04, 2016; 8:00 AM ET Areas around South Australia remain flooded after two weeks of wild weather lashed the south coast, with more rain and wind expected.
Source: AccuWeather -


Koala filmed taking her baby for ‘a morning stroll’ in South Australia


Ex-senior public servant pleads guilty after ICAC probe

*EXCLUSIVE:* A senior State Government bureaucrat who oversaw South Australia’s native forests is facing jail or thousands of dollars in fines after admitting being dishonest in his job days.
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No work to stop young women leaving SA

YOUNG women are continuing to desert South Australia at far higher rates than men their age — but promised research into the female brain-drain has yet to begin.
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SA cooking show you’ve never heard of is a massive deal

SOUTH Australia will be served on a platter to millions of people in dozens of countries via an Adelaide/Chinese cooking show created by a local film production company.
The Advertiser

Three SA firms scammed out of $2m

FALSE invoicing scams are sweeping South Australia, with scammers pocketing almost $2 million from three businesses this month.
The Advertiser

SA emergency workers under 'big strain'

South Australia's State Emergency Service are "just not giving up" despite responding to more callouts since July than for the previous year, the SES says.

SES has 120 callouts for help as winds pummel SA again

THE State Emergency Service has answered more than 120 calls for help overnight as strong winds buffeted South Australia again.
The Advertiser

AFL Trades 2016: Bryce Gibbs stays at Carlton after Adelaide trade falls through

Carlton have retained star midfielder Bryce Gibbs after refusing to trade him to the Adelaide Crows, but both the Crows and Gibbs' management have flagged another attempt to send him home to South..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

SA’s jobless rate the worst in Australia

SOUTH Australia’s unemployment rate is back to the worst in Australia, locked in a virtual dead-heat with Tasmania for the nation’s jobs figures wooden spoon.
The Advertiser

Vote on euthanasia in SA delayed

A vote on voluntary euthanasia in South Australia has been delayed with MPs to present new legislation to parliament.

Tomatoes from the desert? It's now a reality

SBS World News Radio: Tomatoes from a unique farming operation in an area of South Australia traditionally thought to be too arid to grow food are going on sale.

Tug of war battle over dog

THE RSPCA is involved in a tug of war with the WA Government over the return of Roxy the dog, which was flown out of WA and rehomed in South Australia.
Perth Now

Malcolm Turnbull needs to overhaul Direct Action, encourage renewables

The anti-renewables panic in reaction to the South Australia blackout was misguided and politically skewed.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

SA euthanasia vote canned, new bill coming

A scheduled vote on the voluntary euthanasia bill has been called off in South Australia but a revised bill will be introduced this week.

Wind farm settings at heart of the cause of South Australia power blackout

The failure of most of the wind farms in operation during the recent bad weather in South Australia due to technical issues has sparked a national review.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

SA set tough one-day cricket challenge

South Australia face a mad dash for quick runs against Tasmania as they seek to keep their one-day cup hopes alive in the final round matches.

Blackout report points to wind farm issue

A report into South Australia's blackout has raised some issues with the state's wind farms.

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