Friday Aug 22
Digging in for SA's future
A DOCUMENTARY from two ex-Adelaide filmmakers looks at the fall from grace of skateboarding's bad boys, the amazing Pappas brothers, writes PENELOPE DEBELLE.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Phil Scott's motorcycles bound for Port Augusta
Phil Scott will have nine of his best motorcycles on show this weekend when he travels to Port Augusta for the Australian Classic Scrambles.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
The light at the top of the smokestack
The industrial town of Port Augusta is being watched by energy giants and environmentalists alike to see if it can lead the way to a clean-energy Australia.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Trudy McGowan from the SAOGA and Grant Shepard from the Port Lincoln...
Trudy McGowan from the SAOGA and Grant Shepard from the Port Lincoln prison discuss the working relationship between the two.
South Australian oyster industry forms relationship with local prisons
Port Lincoln prisoners have been building equipment for the Eyre Peninsula oyster industry and now the Port Augusta prison is keen to get involved.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Expansion of seawater horticulture project approved in SA
A horticultural project that uses seawater to grow vegetables, Sundrop Farms, will be expanded with the backing of South Australia's Port Augusta Council.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Port Augusta prison at breaking point
THOUSANDS of households could be without water tonight after SA Water shut off a main supply line because it has "erupted".
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Mixed reaction to release of Landcare's new direction
Landcare in South Australia says it is both relieved and concerned about a long-awaited plan about its new direction.
Port Augusta's long-lost sister 'found 40 years on'
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Mon Aug 04, 2014
Horticulture Australia signals a renewed focus on fruit fly control...
Horticulture Australia says its $11 million funding of novel fruit fly control is to help solve a major export barrier, which costs $300 million in lost markets.
Sun Aug 03, 2014
War hero jailed for home invasion
A DECORATED former soldier involved in a violent home invasion has been given a "merciful" sentence because his army service left him with post traumatic stress disorder.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Leases combined to allow expanded Cultana Training Area
The South Australian Government has given the Australian Defence Department a lease to expand the Cultana Training Area between Port Augusta and Whyalla.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
SA asylum seekers living in fear: bishop
YOUNG asylum seekers living in community detention are scared they will be sent back to detention centres, an Adelaide bishop says.