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Daughter of elderly patient issues emotional plea amid ambulance ramping surge

The daughter of a 93-year-old woman who was ramped outside of the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) for hours this morning has delivered an emotional plea to health authorities amid an ongoing crisis in the state’s health system.
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Two cases of exposure to bat lyssavirus prompt new warnings in South Australia

Students stuck in makeshift classrooms after timeline blowout on Lucindale school upgrades

Lucindale Area School is still waiting for “derelict” and “unsafe” buildings to be demolished in a $2 million upgrade project that was meant to be completed in January. 
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Two cases of exposure to bat lyssavirus prompt new warnings in South Australia

Two cases of exposure to bat lyssavirus prompt new warnings in South Australia

South Australians are being warned about the risks of the transmittable Australian Bat Lyssavirus after two “concerning” exposure incidents.
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Two cases of exposure to bat lyssavirus prompt new warnings in South Australia

Rural GPs in high demand in SA as doctors call on peers to make country move

Rural GPs in South Australia are calling on their colleagues in the city to make the move to regional practices, as a way to benefit themselves and local communities.
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Rural GPs in high demand in SA as doctors call on peers to make country move

Lifeboat from sunk 19th century The Maid of Lincoln found in rafters of historic farm shed

When an ageing farmer took archaeologist Bob Sheppard aside and pointed high into the rafters of his old hay shed, the history lover could not quite believe his eyes.
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Lifeboat from sunk 19th century The Maid of Lincoln found in rafters of historic farm shed

Waikerie may permanently lose birthing services as suspension continues

Waikerie residents are concerned they will permanently lose birthing services in the South Australian town after health authorities failed to come to a conclusion on the service’s future.
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Vaccinations begin at regional South Australia Aboriginal heath service

Indigenous health workers in Mount Gambier have been among the first in South Australia to receive the AstraZeneca vaccine in Phase 1b of the national roll-out.
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Vaccinations begin at regional South Australia Aboriginal heath service

Uluru waterfalls: Rain brings ‘unique’ sight to Australian landmark

Heavy rain has created waterfalls off Australia’s famous Uluru.
The “unique and extraordinary” sight on the sacred rock has delighted locals and tourists, officials say.
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SA restrictions: pubs and clubs allowed to increase capacity

Another state has announced a raft of changes to restrictions, including for pubs and clubs, that will come into effect next week. Read More

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“Domestic violence is becoming more visible because we are talking about it more”

On the eve of International Women’s Day, we celebrate Rachael Zaltron, who runs Backpacks 4 Kids SA.

“Domestic violence is becoming more visible because we are talking about it more”

SA government will not pursue code of conduct for MPs, but accused MP Sam Duluk says the idea has merit

The state Liberal government will not take the lead on implementing a key recommendation for a broad code of conduct to help end a culture of sexual harassment in South Australia’s parliament, despite an MP accused of assaulting a colleague at a parliamentary Christmas party saying the idea has merit.
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JobSeeker rise rate a disapointment

When the wholistic approach is taken to community issues then genuine solutions can be created. When business and other stakeholders agree with the more vulnerable group voices on issues then genuine solutions can be created. The Advertiser opinion piece inclusion from SACOSS Inc. CEO Ross Womersley highlights this fact. It’s not too late. Read More

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Australian music legend Archie Roach returns to South Australia to open WOMADelaide despite battling chronic illness

Singer and songwriter Archie Roach is giving Australian music all he can, returning to South Australia to open the WOMADelaide music festival on Friday night. Read More

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Grant Broadcasters expands FM coverage in South Australia

Grant Broadcasters is about to turn on 8 new FM signals for four South Australian stations. Read More

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Naracoorte Fringe Street Party

Free street party featuring the Fringe on Tour caravan, local performances, entertainment, music, food trucks and market stalls! Celebrate Naracoorte’s creative community in the Town Square on 13 March! Read More

Naracoorte Fringe Street Party

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