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Coca-Cola Amatil to close South Australia plant, cut 180 jobs

Coca-Cola Amatil will close its manufacturing plant in South Australia, at a loss of about 180 jobs, and shift the work to Queensland as part of a $90 million reorganisation.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Burns to captain Qld in Shield against SA

Queensland opener Joe Burns will captain his state for the first time in their Sheffield Shield clash with South Australia in Adelaide.
SBS

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News video: Arson Suspect Sets Fire to Own Foot in South Australia

Arson Suspect Sets Fire to Own Foot in South Australia 00:55

South Australia Police released footage of an arson suspect setting his own foot alight while carrying out an attack in the early hours of February 13.The incident occurred in the Adelaide suburb of..
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News video: Bill Shorten calls for reparations for stolen generations – video

Bill Shorten calls for reparations for stolen generations – video 01:18

Addressing the House of Representatives, the Labor leader says: ‘I applaud the state governments of New South Wales, South Australia and Tasmania, already taking steps towards providing reparations..
Source: Guardian -

News video: Bill Shorten calls for reparations for stolen generations

Bill Shorten calls for reparations for stolen generations 01:18

Addressing the House of Representatives, the Labor leader says: ‘I applaud the state governments of New South Wales, South Australia and Tasmania, already taking steps towards providing reparations..
Source: The Guardian Studio -

News video: Why Australian cities are at risk of power outages – video explainer

Why Australian cities are at risk of power outages – video explainer 01:21

As temperatures in New South Wales, South Australia, the ACT, Queensland and Victoria soar, there are predictions of rolling blackouts in some parts of the national electricity grid. However, experts..
Source: Guardian -

News video: Why Australian cities are at risk of power outages

Why Australian cities are at risk of power outages 01:20

As temperatures in New South Wales, South Australia, the ACT, Queensland and Victoria soar, there are predictions of rolling blackouts in some parts of the national electricity grid. However, experts..
Source: The Guardian Studio -

 

SA has fluctuating energy demand: Engie

An energy company says demand for power in South Australia fluctuates widely across the year.
SBS

Archer Exploration shares rise on new addition to its cobalt portfolio

Archer Exploration (ASX:AXE) has lodged two exploration licence applications in New South Wales, adding areas of known cobalt mineralisation to its existing portfolio of cobalt projects. The..
Proactive Investors

Mistake cut power to SA consumers

A software glitch has been blamed for more properties than necessary being blacked out in South Australia during last week's heatwave.
SBS

Load shedding in SA the only option: AEMO

A report says load shedding during extreme heat in South Australia last week was the only option left for the energy market operator.
SBS

Core Exploration adds promising uranium deposit to its portfolio

Core Exploration (ASX:CXO) has received notification from the Northern Territory Government that Core is the successful applicant for a tenement over the Napperby Uranium Deposit. The company’s..
Proactive Investors

Marmota to outline placement

Marmota (ASX:MEU) has been granted a trading halt by the ASX, pending details related to a capital raising via placement. The halt will remain in place until the opening of trade on Friday, 17th..
Proactive Investors

Vic keeper Sam Harper still hospitalised

Cricket Victoria is unsure whether gloveman Sam Harper will be able to play out the Sheffield Shield season after his head knock against South Australia.
SBS

SA firms bring energy concerns to Canberra

A 12-strong business delegation from South Australia has met with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to express concerns over their state's energy security.
SBS

PM admits windmills didn't cause blackout

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull concedes windmills didn't cause the state wide blackout in South Australia last year.
SBS

Cape Lambert Resources swells cash balance after selling royalty

Cape Lambert Resources (ASX:CFE) now has cash and liquid assets of over $4 million, following the sale of its wholly-owned royalty over the Mayoko iron ore project. Cape Lambert sold the royalty for $1..
Proactive Investors

PM and ministers were told wind not to blame for South Australia blackout

Federal government attempts to politicise blackouts in South Australia by blaming the state's high renewable energy targets were in direct contravention of advice provided by department officials and..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Sheffield Shield wrap: Bushrangers bowl over Redbacks to firm hold on top spot

Victoria knocked over South Australia to earn a 124-run win inside three days, WA secure thumping nine-wicket wine over Tasmania.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Vics build 300-run lead over SA in shield

Sheffield Shield leaders Victoria are 300 runs ahead of second-placed South Australia with two second innings wickets in hand on day three.
SBS

SA 9-168 at lunch on day in Shield vs Vics

South Australia are inching their way closer to Victoria's first innings total on day two of their Sheffield Shield clash in Adelaide, and are 9-168 at lunch.
SBS

Redbacks bat first against Shield leaders

Second-placed South Australia will have first use of the wicket in their match against Sheffield Shield leaders Victoria at Adelaide Oval.
SBS

Power woes and fire fears as Aust swelters

The heat wave affecting South Australia, Victoria and NSW has fire authorities on high alert amid warnings of more blackouts as demand for power peaks.
SBS

Heatwave to maintain energy demand in SA

An ongoing heatwave is to continue South Australia's high energy demand, pushing the state's electricity network to the limit.
SBS


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