Prison package not suspicious

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深圳风采投注 www.3nrs3.cn A package dumped outside South Australia’s biggest prison has been declared not suspicious. The package was dumped by two men and forced the prison into lock down. The police bomb squad has now assessed and cleared the item.

Van driver seriously injured in Pooraka crash

The aftermath of the crash scene on Main North Rd. Picture: Josephine Lim

A man has been seriously injured after his van smashed into a tree at Pooraka — meanwhile, a SA Police officer has been fortunate to escape injury after a car ploughed into a police vehicle that was diverting traffic away from the initial crash site.

Transparency key to Bight plans

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The South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy applauds Equinor’s transparency and dedication to community consultation.

Festival brings regions to city to lift spirits

Cellar Door Fest

Love a good drop? Cellar Door Fest at the Adelaide Convention Centre will bring 150 local wineries, breweries, distilleries and food producers to the city this weekend.

These big wheels are poetry in motion

2 Penny Farthing Riders in Costume

If you want to see a wheelie good show, come to the The Bend Motorsport Park this weekend.

P-plater caught at 180km/h in a 50 zone

Supplied Editorial A man charged after a black 2013 Holden Clubsport sedan was detected travelling east at 180 km/h in a 50km/h speed zone at Edinburgh. Pic: SA Police

A P-plater has been nabbed allegedly speeding at 180km/h in a 50km/h zone at Edinburgh.

Playground that’s too hot to use

Kesmond Reserve playground shade sail

A shadeless Kewick playground recently upgraded by West Torrens council lies largely abandoned during summer because “it is simply too hot”.

Thousands of students rally against climate change

School students attend the global #ClimateStrike rally at South Australia's Parliament House in Adelaide, Friday, March 15, 2019. Hundreds of thousands of students are expected to strike worldwide demanding urgent political action on climate change. (Image AAP/Mark Brake) NO ARCHIVING

Thousands of Adelaide students are swapping lessons for a rally on the city streets, calling for action on climate change.

Human remains found near Port Lincoln

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Skeletal remains of a man have been discovered near Port Lincoln — and are thought to that be of a man who went missing in 1999.

Is this Adelaide’s dumbest alleged criminal?

Pizza in box

It was an alleged pizza heist so ingenious that no one could possibly track it back to the accused — well, except for one small detail.

Dry autumn heat ahead as fish die in wetlands

Fish dead in Modbury wetlands

Adelaide is in store for a string of hot and dry days next week, while dozens of dead fish have been spotted in the dried-up Modbury wetlands.

Most famous frequent flyer in for free lunch

A Godwit feeds on Thompson Beach north of Adelaide. PICTURE: David Donovan

The nation’s greatest frequent flyer is back in town, photos on social media indicate — Go-Go Godwit is the tiny, plucky bird who revels in round trips from Adelaide to the Arctic.

Glimpse into Arid Recovery’s Roxby Downs reserve

A juvenile Western Quoll at the Arid Recovery reserve outside Roxby Downs. Picture: Melissa Jensen/Arid Recovery

Taking on a nocturnal lifestyle, tracking animals across a 120sq km reserve and reaching into traps to pull out grumpy animals is all part of the job for Melissa Jensen.

A love-eight relationship with the octo-pram

OCTO-PRAM

The Guardian Early Learning centre has a fun and thrilling new way of taking up to 16 of its youngest children on excursions – the octo-pram.

Woman dies two days after crash

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A truck driver has been charged with the death of a female driver, two days after a crash in McLaren Vale.

Rocks the ‘size of bricks’ thrown at man

Rock throwers at Hallett Cove

A man has dodged rocks thrown at him from the top of cliffs at Hallett Cove – he says he spotted three culprits, one laughing about it.

Teen boy ‘crashes stolen scooter at drive-thru’

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A 15-year-old boy has been charged after crashing a motor scooter at a drive-thru fast food joint at West Lakes.

Trio arrested in Hell’s Angels prison meet

Mount Gambier Prison

Three men have been arrested after they allegedly met up at a prison car park to visit a member of the Hell’s Angels bikie gang.

Adelaide singer’s stunning claim about The Voice

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An Adelaide singer has claimed producers of The Voice promised him he’d make it through to the semi-finals if he appeared on the show.

Teen boy ‘crashes stolen scooter at drive-thru’

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A 15-year-old boy has been charged after crashing a motor scooter at a drive-thru fast food joint at West Lakes.

Another burst water main on South Rd

Burst water main on South Road just north of the Daws Road intersection Thursday March 14, 2019 - pic AAP/Mike Burton

Commuters can expect delays on South Rd this morning as yet another water main has burst in Melrose Park, closing two southbound lanes. Repairs are expected to last all day.

‘High-risk’ child molester’s freedom bid blocked

Paul William Thomas handcuffed and in custody being taken into the AMC charged with kidnapping 3 small children.

A convicted paedophile and child kidnapper set to be freed into the community has had his application delayed for three weeks to determine the “appropriateness” of the hostel where he hopes to live upon release, a court has heard.

House call trial to ease hospital pressure

earache child Picture: istock Doctor looking at little girl ear infection

Patients dubbed “frequent flyers” for their frequent appearance et EDs could soon be treated at home under three pilot programs aimed at solving hospital congestion.

Lincoln gets its Cuban frills

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Port Lincoln fashion student Bec Thorpe is expanding her horizons to the distant shores of another port — Havana.

Helicopter clips powerlines, crashes

A pilot suffered minor injuries when his helicopter crashed into a paddock at Bool Lagoon in the South-East. Picture: Channel 9 News

A pilot has suffered minor injuries after his helicopter clipped powerlines and crashed at Bool Lagoon, south of Naracoorte in the state’s South-East.

Quentin’s playground set for 2020 as funding confirmed

South Australian Premier Steven Marshall is seen with Lord Mayor of Adelaide Sandy Verschoor (left), carer for Quentin, Ian, and Quentin's mother, Kerry, (right) for at a media announcement in Adelaide, Wednesday, March 13, 2019. The Premier is announcing funding for a new park named in honor of Quentin Kenihan. (AAP Image/David Mariuz) NO ARCHIVING

Australia’s greatest “all inclusive” playground could break ground by next year after the SA government confirmed it would commit $1m to the project in honour of the beloved disability advocate.

Harry Potter star films in Adelaide

Actor Daniel Radcliffe filming a take on the movie 'Escape From Pretoria' on Pirie Street. Picture: AAP/Mike Burton

A busy road in the CBD was transformed into apartheid-era Cape Town yesterday as filming continued for a prison break drama starring Daniel Radcliffe.

Floodwaters and Murray funds on their way to SA

Head waters on the Warburton River in the Tirari Desert, South Australia heading for Lake Erye - picture Trevor Wright, Wrightsair

Lake Eyre could begin filling within weeks as floodwaters from the north flow, while funding streams from Canberra look to top up Murray-Darling jobs in South Australia.

'Drink driver' leaves woman in critical condition

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A 50-year-old woman is in a critical condition after an allegedly drunk truck driver collided head-on with her sedan in Adelaide's south last night.

‘Inaction on climate change is intergenerational bullying’

Students protest demanding action on climate change outside the Adani Headquarters in Brisbane, Saturday, December 8, 2018. (AAP Image/Glenn Hunt) NO ARCHIVING

Students will rally to demand action on climate change this Friday, but SA’s education minister says they should be at school for the national anti-bullying day.

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