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In 1948, when the first locally-built Holden rolled off the production line, Prime Minister Ben Chifley declared "she's a beauty".
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TONY EASTLEY: The economic and social impact of the car maker's closure on South Australia, particularly the northern suburbs, is expected to be massive.
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A pilot who crashed at an outback airstrip with the landing gear retracted was probably distracted by emus, an accident report has found.
General Motors Co said it would stop making cars in Australia within four years due to high costs and a cripplingly strong currency, fuelling fears rival Toyota Motors will follow suit and put the entire domestic industry at risk of collapse.
TOURISM is booming in regional South Australia, with latest figures showing more than 3.3 million visitors flock there a year.
A MURDERED Whyalla woman was sexually assaulted and bashed with a plastic chair by her alleged killer, a court has heard.
Tucked behind a black steel gate and a partially collapsed cement wall with barbed wire sits Nelson Mandela's first house when he moved to Johannesburg in 1940.
The picturesque spot was recommended for its location "near the McLaren Vale wine region" and its "good fishing, shallow aquamarine swimming and very few people".
After nearly two decades away, The Rolling Stones will head to Adelaide, Australia to play their first show in the city in 19 years.
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ELEANOR HALL: But first today to Canberra, where the Federal Government is accusing the Senate of planning strike action to avoid a vote before Christmas on the carbon tax.
A LONGER summer school holiday break for many SA students is placing extra stress on parents, experts say, amid calls for better care options out of the classroom.
MARK COLVIN: As the future of Holden hangs in the balance, debate is intensifying over the worth of maintaining the auto industry.
MINING magnate turned politician Clive Palmer might not be in parliament this week but is still hard at work advocating for "world peace".
The future of Holden's Elizabeth plant has become a key issue in the lead up to South Australia's election, but will either party be able to secure the local future of the manufacturer? Opposition Leader Marshall and Premier Weatherill debate the future of Holden in South Australia on 891 Breakfast Premier Jay Weatherill and Opposition Leader ... (more)