The police resourcing crisis has boiled over with an emergency meeting of police union workplace delegates called to discuss its effect on rank-and-file officers amid fears public safety could be put at risk.
A unique convergence of political will, climate, electricity-hungry established industry and abundant resources may not only save South Australia’s most significant and productive industrial area but allow it to thrive again on the global stage.
When you pop into Bunnings on a Sunday morning to pick up a can of semi-gloss (but actually to get a sausage with onions to ward off that dustiness from one too many Saturday night ales), are you having your mug scanned by facial recognition software?
Ask any Supercars driver why they love the Adelaide 500 and the answer is always “the atmosphere”. The four-day event is renowned in motorsport circles as being as much about the party – with family friendly attractions by day and international music concerts by night – as it is about the top-notch car racing.
There’s a buzz in the air as the world’s top competitive cyclists gear up for the much-anticipated return of the Santos Tour Down Under in 2023 – and the signs are it’s going to be an exceptional experience for cyclists and fans alike. Now back to its full glory, Australia’s greatest cycling race will once again put South Australia in the international spotlight, with cyclists and teams from across the globe racing to compete in the long-time favourite event.
A mechanical engineer says simulations show a learner driver accused of killing three people in a horror crash was driving “pretty much fully” on the correct side of the road, a court has heard.The 17-year-old, whose identity is suppressed by law, has pleaded not guilty to three counts of causing death and four counts of causing harm by dangerous driving.
The unwavering focus of members of parliament in revealing whether fellow politicians rorted the Country Members Allowance could have scuttled any attempts to prosecute the alleged fraud, a court has heard.
A child predator who groomed and blackmailed young girls into engaging in sexual activity via video calls was warned about his online behaviour months before he was arrested attempting to meet with a teenager, a court has heard.