A crime spree allegedly committed by a high-risk fugitive has prompted the SA Government to “clean up” the laws that govern the supervision of former prisoners.
Wendy Morgan has a degree in science, 40 years of work experience and even a forklift licence, but no-one will give her a job. She says living on Newstart makes the job hunt even harder.
An Adelaide court is told the 2012 fatal shooting of panelbeater Jason De Ieso was retribution for a firebomb attack on a home occupied by the parents of three of the alleged murderers.
An estimated 75,000 backpackers working, or who have worked in Australia, could be back-paid hundreds of millions of dollars after the Federal Court ruled the so-called backpacker tax invalid.
The State Government has been defeated in a key piece of legislation which could have a major impact on its ability to win a second term in 2022, and it’s not land tax, writes Casey Briggs.
A coroner’s inquest hears a drug-addicted Adelaide car thief whose body was found weeks after he crashed a stolen vehicle was an expert at hiding from police.
Parents raise concerns after videos emerge of school students simulating sexually explicit acts on a popular social media platform. Many of the videos are filmed on school grounds, with students in uniform.
He has been earmarked as a Test batsman in the making, and now Victorian youngster Will Pucovski gets another chance to earn a debut after being named in the Australia A XI to play Pakistan in Perth.
A man who has previously claimed he is the nephew of rock legend Jimmy Barnes pleads guilty to assaulting two journalists outside an Adelaide court.
The South Australian Government’s attempt to reform land tax appears doomed to fail, despite an eleventh-hour bid to get the support of traditional Liberal Party allies.