Four-car crash clogs up South Eastern Freeway

A 4 car crash on the south eastern freeway

广东时时彩11选五 www.yya1n.com.cn Drivers hoping to get back into Adelaide after the long weekend have encountered significant delays after a four-car collision on one of the main roads back into the city.

More than 400 cannabis plants found in ’elaborate’ grow house

Police have found a large amount of cannabis plants in Royston Park, and are appealing for further information to help find those responsible for the crop. Inside the house, they found more than 400 cannabis plants of various shapes and sizes, from seedlings to fully grown mature plants. Electricity was being diverted to the house to power the hydroponic growing system. Picture SAPOL

Police have busted an “elaborate” cannabis grow house in Royston Park and are appealing for any information to find those behind it.

Family puts in the miles for breast cancer

Mother's Day Classic

Lauren Miles is living proof that breast cancer is not ageist.

Suburban shops open for Easter Monday trading

Supplied Editorial Burnside Village shopping centre. Picture: Eugene Boisvert

Shops around the state opened their doors for Easter Monday trading for the first time today, as the State Opposition argued the move would benefit only the big chains. Did you think it was a good idea? Vote in our poll

Woman falls from city building

The ledge that a 31-year-old woman fell from in the early hours of Monday April 22

A young woman has head injuries after falling from a high ledge in James Place in the city this morning.

Our kite festival in full flight

Kite Festival

See the amazing creations flying high at Semaphore beach this Easter long weekend.

Adelaide doctor warns of bad batch of pills

Pills seized by the Far North drug squad in a bust at Bentley Park.

A potentially tainted batch of recreational drugs has led to an unusual spike in RAH emergency department presentations this weekend.

Father’s body recovered after drowning with daughter

Police and emergency services searching for two people swept from rocks on Eyre Peninsula. Just after 1.30pm an alarm was raised when two people were swept off rocks and into the water off Cape Carnot, near Whaler’s Way Sanctuary. Picture: Robert Lang

Searchers have recovered the body of an Adelaide man who was swept off rocks with his young daughter at the southern tip of Eyre Peninsula while sightseeing.

Happy birthday! Lyell McEwin Hospital turns 60

Pic for Sunday Mail story on 60th anniversary of Lyell Mac

Sharon Coad was the first girl born in a small hospital built in a paddock just north of Adelaide 60 years ago — the same hospital that this week will deliver its 104,560th baby.

Chef: My fight with ‘shame’

Supplied Editorial Fwd: local Sunday story - Masterchef SA hopeful

For many of us, appearing on one of Australia’s most popular reality TV shows would rate highly as a great achievement. But for SA MasterChef hopeful Huda Al Sultan it’s just another chapter in her already very colourful 34 years.

Tom is a real green thumb

Pic story for Sumday Mail

Diagnosed with autism at three, Tom Neale has long dreamed of greener pastures. Now, with the help of a mentor, he’s started his own gardening business.

Woman’s death adds to horror Easter toll

Kadina Fatal

A woman has become the third driver to perish on South Australian roads in just 30 hours after her car rolled over on Yorke Peninsula – continuing a tragic Easter long weekend period.

Fire bans across a hot state

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Six total fire bans have been declared for Saturday after Adelaide experienced its hottest Good Friday in over 100 years.

Students have really made the grade

Supplied Editorial Space Pics

When Walford students come back down to Earth from their space odyssey, they’ll return to a new science centre named after one of The Advertiser’s list of extraordinary female Ceiling Smashers.

Tragedy strikes hours after road safety plea

Double Fatal

Two men have died in a fiery head-on truck crash in South Australia’s Mid North – only a day after SA Police in partnership with The Advertiser launched an urgent campaign aimed at curbing the state’s spiralling 2019 road toll.

Regional jobs more than a blow-in

Mount Gambier: Tenison Woods College senior environmental captains Sabina Theobald, Breydon Verryt-Reid and Lexie Saxon at the Lake Bonney windfarm owned by Infigen and using Vestas turbines. Picture supplied by Tenison Woods College, April 2019

Long-term jobs in renewables are being created in regional areas. Mt Gambier school Tenison Woods College is working with turbine maker Vestas and other companies to get an early start on creating the workforce of the future.

Barbecues off Oakbank menu

Oakbank racing fashion

The barbecue is off the menu at Oakbank on Easter Saturday

Speed strategy to be created to slash road toll

Cars with enough is enough logo

Speed limits, driver attitudes and emerging technologies will be investigated as part of a State Government plan to significantly reduce the number and severity of road crashes in SA.

Overhaul training for riders, says grieving dad

John Coory holding a photograph of his late son Elliot at his Gumeracha home. Elliot was killed by a dangerous driver in 2008, when riding his motorcycle home. griefsaweekend

John Coory was a motorcycle safety instructor when a dangerous driver wiped out his rider-son on a blind bend in the Adelaide Hills and he says an overhaul of safety is long overdue.

Mates rally as son makes mercy dash for dad

Liver transplant

A Fleurieu Peninsula plumber will make a mercy dash to India to donate his liver to his father who is battling cirrhosis.

Melbourne’s special place in the hearts of one grateful SA family

Good Friday Appeal

Melbourne and Adelaide’s rivalry encompasses sporting grudges, pronunciations of basic words and the ‘theft’ of ‘our Grand Prix’ — but there’s nothing but love for Victoria for the Mihailoffs.

Datacom project now employs 1000 people

Supplied Editorial North Easterny Weekly - Datacom - Picture: Datacom

More than 1000 people are employed by IT company Datacom at is $22?million Modbury base, blowing its early employment projections out of the water.

Eberts have smarts on and off field

Brad and Bec Ebert both got to graduate on the same day. Pic Instagram

It took the couple more than 10 years but can’t fault their timing - Port Adelaide star Brad Ebert and wife Bec have graduated uni on the same day.

SA unemployment rate creeps upwards

roofer worker builder working on roof structure at construction site

South Australia’s unemployment rate crept up 0.2 of a per cent in March, the Australian Bureau of Statistics has revealed.

Child rape shock: How wrong man was charged

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A father arrested over the horrific sexual assault of a young girl in a Blair Athol toilet was released and all charges dropped in a stunning development. A new suspect was arrested as police explained what went wrong.

Man fighting for life after crash

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A man is in a critical condition after a serious crash in Adelaide’s north overnight.

Temperature spike for start of long weekend

Morning Pulse early morning traffic heads through Victoria Square Tuesday April 2,2019.(Image AAP/Mark Brake)

After a maximum of 23C today, the temperature is expected to spike on Good Friday and Saturday amid concerns over strong winds. 

Why this big fish is so dumb

Supplied Editorial Fwd: Fish that outlived dinosaurs reveals secrets of ancient skull evolution- Flinders Uni

There’s not much going on between the gills of this fish that’s outlived the dinosaurs — its brain cavity is 100 times bigger than the brain itself. Now a Flinders University study has found out why.

Radical licence plans for motorbike riders

Motorbike Crash

Motorcyclists would need to have L-plate car driving experience for one year before switching to two wheels under a radical new safety plan.

Enough is Enough: Stop the Easter carnage

The Advertiser's Enough is Enough road safety capiagn art.

A bid to reduce fatalities and serious injuries on SA roads is at the forefront of a new safety campaign launching today, amid plans requiring motorcyclists to have one year’s L-plate car driving experience before riding a bike.

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