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  1. Underemployment of young people the highest it has been in 40 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Ararat Advertiser

    Almost one in five young people have fewer hours of work than they want, with underemployment in the youth labour force at its highest level in 40 years. ALMOST one in five young people have fewer hours of work than they want, with underemployment in the youth labour force at its highest level in 40 years.

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  2. Adele Tour has made Australasian concert historyRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Scoop

    ADELE's LIVE 2017 Tour has made Australasian concert history, playing to more than 700,000 fans across Australia and New Zealand and smashing peak attendance records at every tour venue the British superstar has performed at. Performing in New Zealand for the very first time Adele has captured the nation's heart with her incredible voice, dazzling performances and hilarious, often self-deprecating banter.

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  3. Underemployment of young people is the highest it has been in 40 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

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  4. Happy Days are here as renaissance man Todd Ruppert hits Aussie boardroom sceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    The hedge fund veteran Todd Ruppert , will be joining the board of tech start-up CSB Engage when it lists on the ASX via a backdoor listing through Waratah Resources. In a bizarre and at times awkward press conference, the Energy Minister and SA Premier trade blows on energy policy.

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  5. Fairfax-Ipsos poll: Turnbull government's so-called poll bounce was short-livedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    When Malcolm Turnbull invoked the sacred scripture of Aussie nation building a couple of weeks ago, it was supposed to be politically a sure thing. By announcing that the government would build an extension of the Snowy Mountains Scheme, he was doing more than helping to fix the national energy supply Nathan Lyon took four wickets to slow India's progress towards Australia's total and leave the Test in a tantalising situation going into day three.

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  6. South Australia police search bodies of missing dealersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    All is forgiven! Trump has dinner with Ivanka and Jared at his flagship Washington hotel after claims he was upset with them for skiing in Aspen while his healthcare vote went south Violent clashes break out between Trump supporters and protesters during MAGA march in California as the president thanks the thousands who turned out for rallies nationwide Fake news! Alec Baldwin SLAMS claims his SNL impressions of US president Donald Trump helped the billionaire win the election Vegas gunman surrenders after four hour SWAT standoff: One killed and one injured on the Strip outside the Cosmopolitan hotel, hours after the Bellagio was raided by armed robber in a pig mask High school sports star, 18, who 'used Snapchat to lure a 17-year-old girl to his pool house before raping her' is ordered to stand trial Driver, 44, is dragged from his car, shot and KILLED by three men in Cincinnati after ... (more)

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  7. Baby, what at blackout legacy for SARead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2016 | The Mercury

    WHEN the lights went out across South Australia on September 28 last year, people joked there wasn't a lot to do except, well, you know. Fast forward a few months, and it seems the lasting legacy of the extended power outage may be little blackout babies due in late June.

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  8. Sheffield Shield final: Victoria start final well against South Australia in Alice SpringsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Alice Springs: Searching for a historic third consecutive Sheffield Shield crown, Victoria have started the final well, reaching lunch without losing a wicket. The Bushrangers were 0- 86 at the interval, with openers Travis Dean and Marcus Harris both largely untroubled.

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  9. Justice for brave Salt Creek backpackersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Yahoo!

    Two female backpackers attacked by a man at a remote South Australian beach now feel justice has been delivered after he was found guilty, the state's victims' rights commissioner says. The 60-year-old man was on trial for sexually assaulting a Brazilian woman and hitting a German woman with a hammer at Salt Creek, east of Adelaide, in February 2016.

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  10. Drug couple lived high life - then disappearedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Mercury

    Opposite him were two Major Crime detectives who were not expecting what would happen next as they quizzed Reed, seeking answers to try to solve one of South Australia's more sinister double-murder cases. The usually candid bank robber, heroin dealer, serial prison escapee and now accused killer told the detectives the man he stood accused of murdering was, in turn, responsible for the deaths of missing Adelaide couple Roy and Sonya Naylor.

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  11. New battleground for familiar foesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Mercury

    THE landscape is foreign but the bitter rivalry familiar as South Australia treks into a Sheffield Shield showdown against Victoria in Alice Springs. The Redbacks on Sunday resume hostilities with a traditional foe that has won six of their past seven clashes, including last season's final at Gliderol Stadium.

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  12. Adelaide celebrates Queen Erin as Crows take AFLW crownRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Yahoo!

    Adelaide has created its own legacy in national women's football and Erin Phillips is the queen of the game after the Crows captured the inaugural AFLW flag by downing Brisbane in a thriller on the Gold Coast. Less than half a year since the first Crows' team was cobbled together at West Lakes and Darwin, the South Australian-NT combine has defied the early calls it would be an easybeat, by claiming the inaugural national title.

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  13. Familiarity with Alice Springs key as Victoria gun for three-peatRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Cricketer International

    Alice Springs may be at the centre of Australia, but never has it been at the centre of Australian cricket. At least, until now.

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  14. Live: 'Furious' Crows blast historic winRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NEWS.com.au

    Top eight aspirants St Kilda and Melbourne have an early opportunity to prove their potential, beaten grand finalist Sydney embarks on another premiership campaign and recently-embattled Queensland clubs Gold Coast and Brisbane endeavour to start the year on a positive note. Then there's the blockbuster between Luke Hodge-less Hawthorn and revamped Essendon, which will field a full squad again after last year's drug suspensions.

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  15. Sheffield Shield: The greatest Victorian team?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sydney Morning Herald

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  16. Injured Australian 'cheery' and recoveringRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Yahoo!

    Australian High Commissioner Alexander Downer says the Adelaide woman who was seriously hurt in the London terror attack is "quite cheery" despite being involved in the traumatic event. On Friday, Mr Downer said he had been to hospital to visit Australian permanent resident Trish Neis-Beer, who has undergone surgery on her foot, which was crushed during the attack on Westminster Bridge, on Wednesday.

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  17. Crows hope to make history against Brisbane in first-ever AFLW grand finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 24 | ABC News

    Wet weather could play a part in the result of today's inaugural AFL Women's grand final between Adelaide and Brisbane on the Gold Coast. It rained yesterday on the Gold Coast and the Bureau of Meteorology has forecast a possible shower this afternoon for the big clash.

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  18. 'Who doesn't love a bit of curry?': SA celebrates 50 years of Indian cultureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 24 | ABC News

    At a house in Adelaide's eastern suburbs a dance group gathers for a last minute rehearsal to prepare for a performance at this weekend's annual Indian Mela festival. With Bollywood beats playing out of a phone plugged into a speaker, seven members of the group weave and spin around the room, including dancer Yesha Joshi.

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  19. Cancer now top killer, but that's goodRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 18 | NEWS.com.au

    The unwanted title says more about efforts to overcome other conditions, and our extending lifespan, than it does about the big C. And Adelaide's leading cancer researchers at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute are confident breakthroughs are on the way. Inside the North Tce institution, scientists are working towards better treatments and therapies for forms of the disease ranging from prostate cancer to leukaemia.

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  20. Joy Nugent Releases 'As Good as Goodbyes Get'Read the original story

    Friday Mar 24 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Death anxiety is unconscious and needs understanding and non-judgmental support in a loving environment. As a nurse by profession, author Joy Nugent was inspired to write the book titled " As Good as Goodbyes Get " , her work came from her inward desire to make sense of what she was experiencing at the bedside of patients who were dying.

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