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AUSTRALIA'S most advanced commercial satellite developer has put South Australia at the heart of its ambitions outlining visions of engineers based at Mawson Lakes flying its constellation of satellites.
A BAN on live odds betting during sports broadcasts does not require commonwealth legislation, South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill says.
A company looking to produce biofuel from algae has abandoned its pilot plant in Karratha, in the north-west of Western Australia, saying it's too expensive to continue research and development work in the region.
Food business Spring Gully is taking on extra staff to help cope with a boost in sales, as brand loyalty drives a financial revival.
After two separate studies pointed to the healing power of music, we asked readers what they tuned into to banish unhappiness.
UniSA industry liaison manager Gail Jackman with Stephanie Crook at the Mawson Lakes campus in Adelaide.
FARMERS and gardeners across the state should benefit from the best rain since last winter in the next two days.
Where there are million of animals, there are millions of tons of waste. In a clever solution to a major waste disposal problem, Australian researchers have found a way to convert 1.4 million tons of Chinese pig excrement into fertilizer and a source of alternative energy.
Brian Slade was the caretaker of the O'Halloran Hill Drive-in from 1970-75 and is backing calls for it to be reopened.
Jason Bridgland, Alex Winter and a 17-year old youth who cannot be named, each pleaded not guilty today to a charge of manslaughter.
The most exciting thing about Melbourne's cultural reincarnation is that Adelaide is poised to do it even better, writes LainieAnderson.
"We are number one in the country for the way we work so well together as a community, and the way we manage our waste - these are two fantastic achievements," mayor Jim Maher said last night after the wins.
Every now and then you have to ask the question 'who am I?' One man on a rock hurtling through space? A product of more genetics than you could poke a double helix at? Or a really tall guy who plays basketball and wants to be a journalist? Hmmm, probably the last one.
In early 1967 Attorney-General Don Dunstan put his career on the line for his friend John Bray, the eminent barrister he recommended as the next Chief Justice of South Australia, following the retirement of the 84 year old Sir Mellis Napier who had been ensconced for 42 years.