2 hrs ago
Labor fails on 100,000-job election promise
POLICE are tight lipped on security measures for the whirlwind visit of former US President Bill Clinton to Adelaide on Thursday.
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6 hrs ago
How to save every time you buy
DON'T book flights for a Friday afternoon. And always get groceries on Monday. Save cash by shopping smarter, not shopping less.
10 hrs ago
Big Apple fun in the city kicks off local news wrap
DOUGHNUTS, a dumped junior footy coach and Adelaide, Big Apple-style - just some of the stories making local news this week.
15 hrs ago
7 Wonders of South Australia winners: Things we have built
From the city of churches to majestic outback ruins, South Australia has some remarkable buildings, but which one was voted your best in the 7 Wonders of South Australia? In our hunt for the 7 Wonders of South Australia we simply asked or 891 ABC Adelaide listeners what is the best thing we have built in our state? The new $200 million SA Health ... (more)
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Government carer charged with child sex offences
ELEANOR HALL: Lets go now to South Australia, and police revelations today that a government-employed carer has been charged over the sexual abuse of seven children.
7 Wonders of South Australia winner: Historic character
With the likes of Sir Donald Bradman, Saint Mary MacKillop, Dame Roma Mitchell, R.M.Williams and Roy 'Mo' Rene all once calling South Australia home, selecting SA's greatest historical character had voters scrambling.
After-school care worker on child sex charges
HE WAS entrusted by the government to care for seven preschool-aged children. Instead, he allegedly forced them into sex and kept child porn.
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The van den Hende family: (From left) Sharliza Dewa, Marnix, Johannes, Margaux and Piers.
PETALING JAYA: A Dutch-Malaysian family's sudden death in the MH17 tragedy has shattered the tight-knit community they lived in.
Man Drops Wallet On Sidewalk In Social Experiment, Reveals More Of Us Are Good Than Bad
That's according to results from YouTuber Adrian Gee's social experiment on the honesty of others.
The hidden Aussie town like no other
IN THIS Aussie town the heat is so extreme that its residents have had to take unusual measures to survive.
Fibre production drives deforestation in Indonesia
Forests in Indonesia are increasingly being levelled to make way for plants for pulp and paper production, as in this site in Sumatra.
Jails running out of room for prisoners
SOUTH Australia's jails will not have enough beds to house all the state's prisoners in two years as demand outstrips capacity, the State Government has revealed.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Thief Takes Doughnuts at Knifepoint
A new Krispy Kreme outlet in Adelaide, Australia, has proven to be a hit. Customers queued up days before the doors opened, and still wait in line for hours to get doughnuts a few days later.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Living the dream - inside SA's best homes
A RUSSIAN tobacco tycoon has lost $2.25 million on a penthouse sale, but agents insist it's a sign the market is rebuilding.
Aust gets royal praise at statue unveiling
THE Duke of Cambridge has spoken about the special place Australia holds for him as he unveiled a statue of explorer Matthew Flinders in London.
Inquiry into baby deaths
Coroner Sarah Linton is scheduled to preside over a nine-day public inquest into the infants' deaths, starting at the end of September.
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Family missed the doomed flight due to lack of seats
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Honours flow for Barossa pale ale
CAROL Homewood tears up whenever a Royal Society for the Blind puppy she has spent months training leaves her home.
Names of Australians killed on MH17
Husband and wife from Sunbury north of Melbourne. Albert and Maree Rizk are understood to have been returning to Australia on the flight, after a month-long holiday in Europe.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Jobs to go as Custom Coaches closes in Adelaide
The South Australian Government faces the prospect of having to look interstate for future buses as Custom Coaches at Royal Park in Adelaide is to close in eight weeks.