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South Australia is a state in the southern central part of Australia. It covers some of the most arid parts of the country. With a total land area of 983,482 square kilometres (379,725 sq mi), it is the fourth-largest of Australia's states and territories by area, and fifth largest by population. It has a total of 1.7 million people, and its population is the second most highly centralised in Australia, after Western Australia, with more than 77 percent of South Australians living in the capital, Adelaide, or its environs. Other population centres in the state are relatively small; Mount Gambier, the second largest centre, has a population of 28,684.

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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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SA family's shark attack bravery rewarded

A father and son from South Australia will be recognised in this year's Australian Bravery Awards for their actions during a shark attack.
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Tense scenes as protesters attend Liberal AGM

A peaceful demonstration has turned violent outside a gathering of Liberal Party figures in South Australia.
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Woman killed, pier destroyed and roof torn off in wild weather

Damaging winds and heavy rain has lashed parts of Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales, leaving one woman dead and a trail of damage.
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SA wind farm operators taken to court over blackout

The Australian Energy Regulator has launched court action against four wind farm operators over South Australia's statewide blackout in 2016.
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SA blackout blows wind farms into court

The Australian Energy Regulator has launched court action against four wind farm operators over South Australia's statewide blackout in 2016.
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Energy regulator facing court action over 2016 South Australia blackout

The Australian Energy Regulator has launched court action against four wind farm operators over South Australia's statewide blackout in 2016.
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Court action over 2016 SA blackout

The Australian Energy Regulator has launched court action against four wind farm operators over South Australia's statewide blackout in 2016.
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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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SA may look to cull 'pest' species

A South Australian parliamentary committee has recommended urgent action to cut the number of overabundant animals, including kangaroos and koalas.
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Winds, rain, hail during South Aust storm

South Australia is being hit by one of its biggest storms of 2019 with winds, with the SES responding to at 76 incidents across the state.
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SA urged to restart treaty process

The South Australian opposition has urged the state government to restart the treaty process with indigenous communities.
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ALP wants flu review in SA after 82 deaths

South Australia's opposition says there are serious concerns about the government's handling of the state's horror flu season which has killed 82 people.
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Flu deaths in South Australia rise to 82

SA Health says 82 people have now died from the flu this year.
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New police unit to target cybercrime in SA

A new South Australian police division will focus on cybercrime and financial fraud as criminals increasingly use technology to commit crimes.
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Fatal SA plane crash investigation resumes

Investigators will return to the scene of a fatal plane crash in South Australie where a pilot and a female passenger died.
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New campaign for 'horror' SA flu season

The South Australian government has launched a new flu awareness campaign as the state's "horror" flu season continues.
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Two dead after light plane crashes in South Australia

A Queensland pilot and his passenger are dead after a light plane crash in remote South Australia.
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Two Queenslanders die in SA plane crash

An air exclusion zone has been established around the site of a light plane crash in remote South Australia.
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Air exclusion zone after SA plane crash

An air exclusion zone has been established around the site of a light plane crash in remote South Australia.
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Family car accident leaves SA toddler dead

A family is mourning after an 18-month-old girl was accidentally run over and killed by her family's car at a South Australian property.
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Light plane crashes in north SA

A light plane has crashed near Leigh Creek airport in South Australia's north, police say. Emergency services have located the scene of the crash.
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South Australia to ban plastic straws and cutlery

South Australia's environment minister wants the state to become the first in the country to ban single-use plastics including drinking straws and cutlery.
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SA ombudsman lashes former transport boss

The South Australian ombudsman has lashed the former CEO of the transport department.
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Mobile X-ray service starts up in SA

A new mobile x-ray service will visit nursing homes in South Australia.
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SA teachers plea: 'we need respect'

Teachers at more than 250 public schools across South Australia have walked out of classrooms over a pay and conditions dispute with the state government.
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SA to privatise Adelaide trams, trains

The South Australian government has decided to privatise the operation of Adelaide's trams and trains network.
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SA teachers strike over pay dispute

Teachers at more than 250 public schools across South Australia will walk out of classrooms over a pay and conditions dispute with the state government.
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SA law changes to take effect on July 1

The start of the new financial year brings several law changes in South Australia including a retail code for energy providers and whistleblower protections.
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One dead in head-on South Australia crash

A man has died after the car he was in crashed head on with another in South Australia.
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Interconnector gets major project status

The proposed SA-NSW interconnector has been granted major project status.
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SA may remove sex defendants' anonymity

The South Australian government is considering changing a law which grants automatic anonymity to alleged sex offenders.
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SA considers sex suppression law change

The South Australian government is considering changing a law which grants automatic anonymity to alleged sex offenders.
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SA flu vaccine distribution hits record

More than 600,000 flu vaccines have been distributed in South Australia.
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Teenage girl dies in Lamborghini crash, horror night on South Australian roads

Three people have died in separate crashes just hours apart on South Australian roads, adding to the state's rising road toll.
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Three people die hours apart on SA roads

Three people have died in separate crashes just hours apart on South Australian roads, adding to the state's rising road toll.
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SA man first in for new burns treatment

A South Australian man with burns to 95 per cent of his body has become the first patient to undergo a brand new treatment.
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South Australian snapper stocks plunge

The South Australian government says drastic action is needed to protect the state's snapper fishery.
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SA treasurer defends budget debt blowout

The South Australian government is lending billions of dollars to fund infrastructure programs.
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SA loans to fund infrastructure spend

The South Australian government is lending billions of dollars to fund infrastructure programs.
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Malcolm Roberts returns to Senate for One Nation, as SA, WA and Queensland teams finalised

Voters in South Australia and Western Australia have returned mostly the same line-ups to the Senate at the 18 May federal election.
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Carrot and stick for housing in SA budget

The South Australian government will hit high-end property investors but help first home buyers in its latest budget.
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South Australian budget at a glance

The main points in the South Australian budget
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SA budget plan to bring the beaches back

The South Australian government has unveilled a plan to bring back Adelaide's sandy beaches.
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SA budget plunges state into more debt

The South Australian budget has delivered a modest surplus, but the state will plunge further into debt over the next four years.
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SA, WA and Qld Senate teams are finalised

Voters in South Australia and Western Australia have returned mostly the same line-ups to the Senate at the May 18 federal election.
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