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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks at the ASC facilities on November 15, 2012 in Adelaide, Australia.
With margins under pressure in its European heartland, the Belgian company is launching a major improvement plan, as well as creating a new global business unit structure The soda ash market, particularly in Europe, is under severe pressure with overcapacity and competition from imports leading to capacity closure announcements from market leaders ... (more)
Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts and Keith Richards at the Rolling Stones' concert in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on Feb. 21, 2014 Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts and Keith Richards at the Rolling Stones' concert in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on Feb. 21, 2014 On March 6, 2014, the Rolling Stones performed their third and final Tokyo concert of 2014 ... (more)
THE father of a murdered toddler says a 22-year minimum sentence handed to the boy's killer is a "good start" but will never make up for the agony of losing his son.
South Australia is in flux. Labor will lose power; the mining boom is ending; Holden is leaving.
Animal rights activists gather to denounce controversial programme to cull sharks off coast of Western Australia.
MOZZIES are on the march, bringing Ross River virus to Adelaide's northern suburbs and prompting a warning from SA Health to cover up and take care.
WITH the release of the 2013 NAPLAN results for individual schools on the My School website, we look at what it means for schools, teachers, students and families.
A judge in Australia has taken the unusual step of releasing shocking footage of the moment police captured a 17-year-old gunman.
THE drunk, drugged and gun-wielding teen who took the life of Lewis McPherson on New Year's Eve 2012 will spend at least 24 years behind years.
Liberal leader Steven Marshall has accused Premier Jay Weatherill of resorting to personal insults as the South Australian election campaign rolls through its third week.
A suburban home appears to be embedded in the forecourt of the Art Gallery of South Australia in Adelaide in the installation "Landed" by artist Ian Strange .
A second round-up of local happenings as the sedate campaign for South Australia's state election crawls to its March 15 conclusion: Colton : As noted at the tail end of Saturday's Newspoll post, a Galaxy automated phone poll of 495 respondents published in the Sunday Mail provided Labor with a measure of encouragement by showing Labor incumbent ... (more)
UP to $500,000 worth of wine went, literally, down the drain after a truck and car collided on Tapleys Hill Rd at Seaton this morning.