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IT'S looking to be an out-of-this-world type of weekend in the CBD. Here's five things you may like to try out ... EMERGENCY services are responding to a horror crash in the state's Far North that has killed one person and injured seven others.
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ONE guest has suffered serious burns in a major fire at the Waikerie Hotel-Motel, the second blaze there since 2011.
As any guitarist knows, your axe is a deeply personal thing, and many dream of the day when they can own a one-of-a-kind custom instrument perfectly created to match their personality style.
Alexie Glass-Kantor will curate Encounters in Hong Kong for the first time in March 2015, taking over from Yuko Hasegawa, who curated the sector in the first and second editions of the show.
It is a blow for SA which already is facing the highest unemployment of the mainland states and has workers worried they will struggle to find new jobs.
South Australia's lawmakers in Adelaide this week backed Labor's Leesa Vlahos, the Parliamentary Secretary to the State Premier, who moved the motion alongside Liberal lawmaker John Gardner.
Video technology created for the Australian Dance Theatre is being used by patients with a neurological impairment in a world-first medical trial in Adelaide.
DAZED, confused and sobbing uncontrollably. The woman at the centre of the Westfield shopping centre stabbing says she doesn't know how it came to this.
He's one of Australia's wealthiest citizens with a rags-to-riches tale, but most people would never have heard of billionaire Hui Wing Mau.
Sedos, the City of London's premiere amateur theatre company, presents Melissa Reeves' In Cahoots as part of its July Summer Festival.
ADELAIDE, Australia, July 7 -- The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia issued the following news release: Australia's and New Zealand's future prosperity depends on seizing the opportunities to collaborate with Asia in business, education and cultural engagement, according to a new publication launched today in New Zealand.
Aboriginal men who volunteered to serve in World War I were rarely acknowledged and often suffered severe discrimination when they returned, according to post-graduate scholar John Pearson who has been researching their fate in the National Archives.
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