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High-Fructose Diet During Pregnancy Can Cause Fatty Liver In Offspring

A diet high in fructose-containing sugars eaten during pregnancy or while breastfeeding can cause offspring to have a fatty liver, increasing their chances of developing obesity or type 2 diabetes...
Eurasia Review

Older workers under pressure to stop working says UniSA

older workers under pressure to stop working says unisa
University of South Australia study found age discrimination can start at 45. The research team surveyed 2,100 men and women aged 45 years and over. Ageism effected almost a third of workers.
MailOnline

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News video: Rare Parrots Released as Part of Conservation Trial

Rare Parrots Released as Part of Conservation Trial 01:09

Researchers believe there are just 50 orange-bellied parrots left in the wild, but now there are a few more.Government organisations in Victoria and Tasmania have teamed up to conserve the bird,..
Source: Storyful Studio -

News video: Teachers Kidnapping Thoughts, Actions Revealed In Court

Teachers Kidnapping Thoughts, Actions Revealed In Court 00:48

Before kidnapping a 15-year-old female student and taking her on a 2,500-mile cross-country journey that ended Thursday, court records show teacher Tad Cummins took guns, money and his wife's car...
Source: Wochit News -

News video: Baby Joey Survives Mother Being Hit by Car

Baby Joey Survives Mother Being Hit by Car 01:00

Occurred on April 15, 2017 / Goolwa, South Australia Info from Licensor: "Driving along, we saw a kangaroo had been hit and killed by a car. We checked the pouch and there was a lot of movement there,..
Source: Viral Hog Content -

News video: Adult Emu Has Hands Full Minding 40 Unruly Little Ones

Adult Emu Has Hands Full Minding 40 Unruly Little Ones 01:15

Without knowing what the emu babysitting roster is in Sleaford, South Australia, it’s a safe assumption that this male drew the short straw. He was stuck minding around 40 younger birds, and had..
Source: Rumble -

News video: 160 MPH Gust From Wicked Storm

160 MPH Gust From Wicked Storm 00:59

Tropical Cyclone Debbie, packing rain and high winds, explodes onto Australia’s eastern coast, damaging roofs and knocking out power to thousands.
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Staff as young as 45 suffer age bias: workplace report

A University of South Australia study has found more than three-out-of-ten Australians have experienced age discrimination while employed or looking for work in the past year.
SBS

Cummings family heads to Adelaide chasing more success

Anthony Cummings and his new training partner son Edward are hoping that the training deeds that ignited their remarkable family dynasty over half a century ago in Adelaide, can again assist them when..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Giraffe born at South Australian zoo

A giraffe has been born at South Australia's Monarto Zoo, the first to be ushered into the world at the open range facility in eight years.
SBS

Salt Creek attacker in SA Supreme Court again over separate rape charge

The man who attacked two backpackers at South Australia's Salt Creek tied up and raped a Tasmanian girlfriend he met online only a month before his crimes on the beach, a court has heard.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Labor may question SA Senate candidate

The ALP is considering making a further submission to the High Court over the appointment of a new Family First senator for South Australia.
SBS

Lucy Gichuhi set to take Senate seat

Family First's Lucy Gichuhi looks set to take Bob Day's Senate seat after a recount of votes in South Australia.
SBS

Groups bid for SA power infrastructure

South Australia has received strong interest in building new energy infrastructure.
SBS

Cashless welfare card supporters a secret

The federal government won't say which community leaders support its cashless welfare cards at trial sites in Western Australia and South Australia.
SBS

WPG Resources receives assays from Challenger Deeps

WPG Resources (ASX:WPG) has received encouraging gold assays from the first hole in its Challenger Deeps drilling program at the Challenger gold mine in South Australia. This hole was designed to..
Proactive Investors

Origin to get SA solar power

Origin Energy has formalised its agreement to buy 220 MW from the upcoming Bungala solar plant in South Australia.
SBS Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Alliance Resources drills high-grade gold at Wilcherry joint venture

Alliance Resources (ASX:AGS) has received high-grade gold results from a drilling program at the Wilcherry Project Joint Venture, 100 kilometres northwest of Whyalla in South Australia. The Wilcherry..
Proactive Investors

Hazer Group appoints new manager for upcoming lab work

Hazer Group (ASX:HZR) has secured the services and expertise of Cobus Malherbe, a senior Australian engineering, operations and process development professional. Malherbe will join in the newly created..
Proactive Investors

Companies lining up to build SA battery

A company building a solar panel system in South Australia is one of about 90 companies bidding for work on a large-scale solar battery in the state.
SBS

Dear Quentin: Letters between a Governor-General and her people

In 2008, with much of Australia deep in the torment of what became known as the millennium drought, a new Governor-General set out across the backblocks of NSW, Victoria and South Australia.
Brisbane Times


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