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About 70 people have been quarantine in a CBD hotel after another case linked to the Thebarton Senior College cluster was detected in SA. About 1100 people in the school community are now self-isolating.
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BREAKING: SA has recorded a new case, with 70 close contacts of a woman linked to the Thebarton cluster now in quarantine in a medi-hotel. Her school community at Thebarton Senior College - about 1100 people - has been asked to self-isolate for two weeks. MORE TO COME
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OPINION: The imposed harsher restrictions on , then invited 700 people to a mass gathering this week. What message does that send, asks ?
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A woman who arrived in Adelaide from Sydney has been arrested for allegedly lying about returning a negative test. reports. FULL STORY: .
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. zigged when everyone else zagged .
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An Adelaide Footy League club has decided not to take the field this weekend amid links to the case which closed two Adelaide schools. reports.
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A popular food court in the city would be demolished to make way for a 15-storey office tower under new plans lodged with SA's planning commission. reports. SEE THE DESIGNS.
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A man inappropriately exposed and touched himself while asking females – as young as 15 – for directions, a court has heard. Further charges could be laid after disturbing footage was allegedly found on his phone
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OPINION: made the brave call to keep as many coaches as possible after the shutdown finished in June, and the move is paying off now for the current ladder-leaders, writes .
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See the moment SA police arrested Annie Smith's carer Rosemary Maoine and charged her with manslaughter. VIDEO: .
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A Dulwich couple standing trial because their labrador allegedly chased a motorbike and bit a postman have made dramatic claims the Australia Post worker had a vendetta dogs and wanted them all destroyed. Truth is stranger than fiction, folks
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Should and members choose their club's board? SA Senator Alex Antic thinks so. reports. HAVE YOUR SAY.
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Suspended army corporal had PTSD from seeing a baby killed in Afghanistan when he allegedly broke a man's jaw in a Gawler hotel.
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An Adelaide tennis coach who repeatedly called and sent texts to a 13-year-old girl he was instructing – and with whom he allegedly had sexual conversations – has been barred from working with children. reports.
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A push to reinstate a ban on angling for cuttlefish off Whyalla has become a tougher sell with new data revealing their numbers in the area have doubled in the last 12 months. reports.
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The driver involved in a fatal crash at Warradale has been reported for aggravated driving without due care. Meanwhile, an Eyre Peninsula man has been arrested for child sex offences against three children known to him.
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Work will start within months on the $124.5 million project set to fix one of SA's most lethal intersections, dubbed “crash corner”. reports. VIDEO: TAKE A FLY-THROUGH.
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Getting SA high schools ready to take Year 7s involves a huge building program and meeting the deadline risks a rushed job, cost blowouts and shoddy work, the state’s money watchdog warns. reports.
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South Australian farmers will be able to seek foreign workers to help with harvest after warning workforce shortages could see a big spike in fruit and vegetable prices. reports.
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