Michael McIntyre ticket scalping highlights need for onselling crackdown

Ticket scalpers who targeted British comedian Michael McIntyre’s Adelaide show earlier this year have been fined, but there are calls for a stronger crackdown on the practice — including prosecution.

Alert SA bushfire warning app not ready as fire burns in Murraylands

An app designed to alert South Australians about bushfires is still not ready as total fire bans were issued amid sweltering temperatures. A watch and act message has been issued for a fire burning near Swan Reach in the s…

Predators can use photos from social media to create child-like sex dolls, local MP claims

Child predators have the ability to use photos of children taken in public or sourced from social media to create child-like sex dolls which are manufactured overseas, an Adelaide MP warns.

Billion-dollar correction in Future Submarine budget blamed on ‘typo’

A figure “described inaccurately” is being blamed for an apparent dramatic cost increase on Australia’s most expensive defence project in history, the $50 billion Future Submarine program.

SA Government refused ICAC more funds to investigate health system corruption

Letters released by the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption show he was refused $2 million to fund an evaluation of the Central Adelaide Local Health Network.

Gayle’s Law regulations rejected by Parliament after criticism from nurses and family

Regulations aimed at ensuring the safety of remote nurses in South Australia are struck down in Parliament after being criticised by nurses and the family of murdered outback nurse Gayle Woodford.