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Regional Movers Index September quarter
12 Police officer join ranks
Balancing autonomy and safeguarding of vulnerable adults
Malinauskas Govt investigating return to public ownership of SA electricity system
Update on human remains located at Salisbury South
Interview: APPEA Chief Executive Samantha McCulloch with David Bevan on ABC Adelaide Mornings
22 police officers graduate today
Cruising Cuttlefish wins seniors’ photo competition
ARTC showcases ‘Made in Australia’ rail safety technology
Young boy injured in car fire, South Australia
Call midwife: new degree delivers rural support for local mums
After being abandoned, Campbell’s future was uncertain
Australia must move quickly to become global hydrogen superpower
Get taste of Uni life and your unstoppable career at UniSA Open Day
Graduation day for 20 Police Officers
SA Police members receive NAIDOC Awards
Police investigating robbery at Whyalla Norrie
Roadshow spotlights iconic marine animals
State Government delivers new and rebuilt ambo stations for hard-working ambos
Study reveals Indigenous Australians at higher risk of HPV throat cancers
Bad for bush
Giant Australian Cuttlefish light up sea
Safeguarding laws in spotlight
Backing South Australian manufacturers
Trailblazer Joyce Richardson OAM honoured at special ceremony
7 things you can only do in South Australia
Guide to best winter wildlife watching
UniSA honours two trailblazing entrepreneurs
Whyalla Steelworks ramping up Magnetite iron ore in journey to clean steel
Whyalla Steelworks ramping up Magnetite iron ore in journey to green steel
Rex patrick reaffirms his commitment to run for senate
Rail projects backing manufacturing jobs in South Australia
Adelaide Fringe 2022 is here!, South Australia
New paramedic recruits for country SA
Disaster assistance for South Australian councils following Tropical Cyclone Tiffany
Three-day Adoptathon aims for rapid rehome of 200 animals
South Australia’s 16 and 17 year-olds can walk in today for their booster vaccine
Milestone school year begins with Year 7s starting high school
$19m domestic violence support boost for our women and children
$12.9 million to breathe life into Surf Life Saving South Australia clubs and protect swimmers
Regional aviation projects ready for take off
Older Australians beat heat at home
Regional pharmacy scripts to trial state-first DV ads
Local government award winners recognised for outstanding achievement and innovation
$750 million Green Hydrogen Project for Port Pirie
$100m Whyalla Secondary College inspires possibilities
Shantae’s star shines bright as she completes Year 12
Special day for police graduates of Course 49