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Adelaide: City in South Australia
Adelaide is the capital city of the state of South Australia, and the fifth-most populous city of Australia. The demonym Adelaidean is used to denote the city and the residents of Adelaide.

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Witness spots claw machine filled with rolls of toilet paper [Video]

Witness spots claw machine filled with rolls of toilet paper

Aussies fill claw machine with toilet rolls amid high demand due to coronavirus panic buying

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'Beloved father' is SA's first virus death

A 75-year-old man from Adelaide is the first person in South Australia to die from the coronavirus.
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SA records its first coronavirus death

A 75-year-old man from Adelaide is the first person in South Australia to die from the coronavirus.
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Australia's coronavirus death toll hits 45 as government prepares to release modelling

A 75-year-old man from Adelaide is the first person in South Australia to die from the coronavirus, taking Australia's national death toll to 45.
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Adelaide company to make 145 million face masks for Australia's front-line health workers

The federal government has lavished praise on Australian businesses turning their hand to making coronavirus supplies during the outbreak.
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Adelaide high school student tests positive for COVID-19

A South Australian high school student is the latest case of coronavirus.
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Exclusive: A new campaign hopes to end Australian visa battles for people with disability

Top lawyers, migration experts and disability advocates will come together in Adelaide this week to call on the Australian government to rethink its migration health requirement, which they say..
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Nation's first drive-through coronavirus testing station begins operating in Adelaide

In an Australian first, a formal drive-through coronavirus testing station has been set up at an Adelaide hospital, a move aimed to ease pressure on GPs.
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Drive-through virus testing station opens

In an Australian first, a formal drive-through coronavirus testing station has been set up at an Adelaide hospital, a move aimed to ease pressure on GPs.
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Sabrina Lekaj: Adelaide man to spend 20 years in prison for murdering his daughter

The Adelaide man who stabbed his daughter to death last July will spend a minimum of 20 years behind bars.
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Adelaide man jailed for killing daughter

The Adelaide man who stabbed his daughter to death last July will spend a minimum of 20 years behind bars.
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A group of people in Adelaide will spend five days reading aloud a major climate report in full

Politicians, scientists, business leaders and artists will take part in the five-day public reading of a more than 500-page landmark climate change report this week.
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The passionate leadership of these Aboriginal women is being honoured

An exhibition of portraits of prominent Indigenous women will launch on 26 January in Adelaide, with one organiser dubbing them collectively as the "alternative Australian of the Year".
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Mourners farewell SA volcano victim Gavin Dallow, month after deadly eruption

Mourners have gathered in Adelaide to farewell lawyer Gavin Dallow, who died in last month's White Island volcano eruption in New Zealand.
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New Year's Eve fireworks to go ahead around Australia despite high fire danger

Fireworks displays in Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne are all scheduled to go ahead as planned, while Canberra has called off the celebrations due to high fire risk.
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Fireworks suspected of sparking two fires south of Adelaide

Fireworks may have been the cause of fires in South Australia as the state suffers through heatwave conditions with high fire dangers.
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Thirsty koala approaches cyclists during Adelaide heatwave

As Adelaide entered its second day of more than 40C, this koala walked up to a group of cyclists to get a much-needed drink.
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Adelaide in the grip of second heatwave, with more hot days to come

South Australia is on day two of a four-day heatwave that's likely to be felt right across the state, with temperatures to peak on Monday before a cool change.
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Screen composer with a platinum touch

Arriving in Adelaide as a £10 pom, Martin Armiger went on to play in seminal bands, compose and produce memorable scores, and win major musical honours.
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'Tip of the iceberg': Second death confirmed in Adelaide bushfires

A second person has been found dead after South Australia's day of devastating bushfires and the state's Premier fears more bodies will be discovered.
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Australia's Adelaide Airport evacuated due to security alert: ABC

Australia's Adelaide airport was evacuated on Wednesday due to a security alert, the Australian Broadcasting Corp reported.
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NZ volcano: Adelaide family unaccounted for as Red Cross lists missing tourists

At least 11 Australians are officially missing after the Whakaari/White Island eruption.
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Advocates disappointed by refusal to lift age of criminal responsibility

Advocates say they are disappointed with the refusal by Australia's attorney-generals meeting in Adelaide to decide to lift the age of criminal responsibility from 10 to 14.
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'Longtime supporter and friend': Paralympic champion Kieran Modra dies in SA crash

Australian five-time Paralympic champion Kieran Modra has been killed while riding his bike in Adelaide.
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Paralympic champion Modra dies in SA crash

Australian five-time Paralympic champion Kieran Modra has been killed while riding his bike in Adelaide.
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'Motivated by a genuine compassion': South Australian cannabis supplier spared conviction

An Adelaide woman spared a conviction after she supplied medicinal cannabis to people suffering from chronic pain says her case highlights the need for law reform.
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'There’s no hope': Emotional testimony as Newstart inquiry hits Adelaide

A Senate committee has heard emotional testimony from South Australians living on the government’s unemployment benefit.
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Qantas faces shareholder backlash over deportation of asylum seekers

As the "Spirit of Australia" celebrates its 99th year serving the nation, on the floor of the Qantas annual general meeting in Adelaide, human rights questions were being asked of the national carrier.
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Dutch team expected to claim honours in solar-powered race to Adelaide

The winner of the World Solar Challenge is expected to cross the finish line in Adelaide after a drama-packed day of the 3000-kilometre race from Darwin.
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Solar-powered cars race to Adelaide finish

The winner of the World Solar Challenge is expected to cross the finish line in Adelaide after a drama-packed day of the 3000-kilometre race from Darwin.
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'I thought I was on my own out there': SOS message led police to missing Adelaide camper

An SOS message scrawled in dirt and captured on CCTV led police to a woman missing for three days in dense South Australian bushland.
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Dutch racing team in pole position for annual World Solar Challenge

A new Dutch team has taken pole position for Sunday's start of the World Solar Challenge from Darwin to Adelaide.
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Dutch take pole in solar challenge

A new Dutch team has taken pole position for Sunday's start of the World Solar Challenge from Darwin to Adelaide.
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'Natural ingredients and bush tucker' as Aboriginal students take over Adelaide fine dining

A group of students from across South Australia are being given training using native ingredients to set them up for careers in hospitality.
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Aboriginal students are being given free hospitality training at top Adelaide restaurants

A group of students from across South Australia are being given training using native ingredients to set them up for careers in hospitality.
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Adelaide butcher refuses to remove 'non halal' sign after it was found to be offensive

An advertising regulation body found that the sign implied Islamic dietary practices were "not Australian".
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Wartime "comfort woman" of Japanese campaigned against rape in war

Jan Ruff O’Herne emigrated in 1960 to Australia, settled in Adelaide and became a teacher in Catholic primary schools.
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Adelaide's African-Australian women are fighting barriers stopping them playing football

Football is at the heart of many African-Australian communities and increasingly young women are joining the sport. But it has taken hard work, on and off the pitch.
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New agreement planned on closing the gap

A meeting in Adelaide of peak indigenous groups and governments from around Australia has pledged to work on a new national agreement for closing the gap.
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'Comfort woman' who was repeatedly raped by Japanese troops dies at 96

Jan Ruff-O'Herne, who died in Adelaide on Monday, spoke out about her time as a sex slave for Japanese soldiers after the invasion of the Dutch East Indies.
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Metal nail found in South Australia strawberry punnet

South Australian police says a nail has been found in a punnet of strawberries purchased north of Adelaide.
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Nail found in strawberries in SA

South Australian police says a nail has been found in a punnet of strawberries purchased north of Adelaide.
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Adelaide nightclub accused of 'racial profiling' after turning away patron

A Zimbabwean man says he and two friends, also of cultural African heritage, were 'racially profiled' when they were turned away from a nightclub in Adelaide.
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Ghan marks 90 years of service

The Ghan train service is marking 90 years of operations with a special service from Adelaide for Darwin.
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'Stolen' Indigenous remains reburied in South Australia

The remains of eleven Kaurna Indigenous people have been buried in Adelaide's south after being held in museums in the UK and South Australia.
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Kaurna Aboriginal remains returned to SA

The remains of eleven Kaurna old people have been buried in Adelaide's south after being held in museums in the UK and South Australia.
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Greens seek 'climate emergency' this year

The Australian Greens are focusing on climate change and the need to transition to renewable energy at its annual conference in Adelaide.
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