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South Australia's 'absurd' electricity prices: renewables are not to blame

The Guardian - ‎vor 1 Stunde‎
What has sparked all the concern has been a doubling in the contract price in South Australia's wholesale electricity market which unfolded after June last year when it was announced South Australia's coal power stations would be permanently shut down.

South Australia lashed by severe weather - - ‎vor 1 Stunde‎
South Australia is bracing for more severe weather as strong winds and heavy rain move in again.

South Australia battered by rain again

Sky News Australia - ‎vor 3 Stunden‎
South Australia continues to be hit by wild weather with roads flooded and numerous trees brought down. A strong cold front moved across the state late yesterday bringing heavy rain and gale-force winds with localised flooding reported across a wide ...

South Australia fires back over PC submarine criticism

The Australian Financial Review - ‎vor 16 Stunden‎
The South Australian government has fired back at Productivity Commission criticism of the $50 billion submarine project, saying the federal government's independent think-tank hasn't taken into account the taxation and industry spill-over effects of ...

Nursing home abuse prompts camera surveillance debate in South ...

ABC Online - ‎vor 20 Stunden‎
The use of video surveillance in private rooms of aged care facilities needs to be considered in an attempt to stop elder abuse, lobby groups say.

South Australia inks deal to begin direct flights from Adelaide to ...

The Advertiser - ‎25.07.2016‎
DIRECT flights from Adelaide to China will begin as soon as December, the State Government announced today.

Conditions ease after South Australia battered by wild weather - ‎25.07.2016‎
A severe weather warning has been cancelled for Adelaide, after a day of fierce winds and rain that cut power to about 3000 properties.

Weather forecast: Victoria, South Australia battered by gusts and rain - ‎vor 22 Stunden‎
VICTORIA is bracing for more damaging winds after almost 300 people needed to phone for help during wild weather on Monday.

Gisborne principal bound for South Australia

Gisborne Herald - ‎25.07.2016‎
AFTER a nervous wait, a Gisborne principal yesterday became acting principal of an Adelaide school as part of the first-ever South Australia/New Zealand Principal Exchange programme. Earlier this month Te Wharau School principal Steve Berezowski told ...

$1bn sheep industry at risk as dogs run wild

The Advertiser - ‎24.07.2016‎
Mr Power said South Australia had a trapper who destroyed 108 wild dogs in 14 months, but Federal Government funding for him ran out in April.

The South Australian man born in Loxton who truly believes he's Jesus - ‎25.07.2016‎
Jesus Christ was born again in March 1963, in Loxton, South Australia. Loxton is a small town of less than 4,000 residents on the south side of the Murray River.

Top crop and export growth for South Australian wines

InDaily - ‎25.07.2016‎
Education is our major platform there. We just need to continue to amplify our premium message into China.” South Australia continued to be the nation's biggest contributor to the wine industry, boosting its volume to reach 51 per cent of the total ...

Finally, good news on the state of our state

The Advertiser - ‎24.07.2016‎
South Australia's ranking was held back by the lowest level of retail spending in the country, up just 6.9 per cent on the decade average - less than half the growth seen in Victoria and NSW and a result that remains concerning to Mr McBride.

How gas generators cashed in on South Australia's “energy crisis”

RenewEconomy - ‎21.07.2016‎
For all the hand-wringing and outrage in much of mainstream media about the South Australian “energy crisis” and the supposed role of wind energy, precious little attention has been given to the role played by the gas industry.

Keep Australia Beautiful | KESAB advertising in South Australia over ...

The Advertiser - ‎24.07.2016‎
That's the question South Australians were told to ask whenever they saw someone throw rubbish on the ground. It was 1974 and anti-litter group KESAB ...

Greyhound racing opponents push for data on adoption rates in South Australia

ABC Online - ‎23.07.2016‎
Opponents of greyhound racing in South Australia have said exposing data on the sport would support a case for a local ban.

Loan to support South Australia steel sector

The Australian - ‎21.07.2016‎
The restructuring and sale of the group is expected to be finalised by the end of the year. Arrium workers have signalled they would not accept a 12 per cent pay cut to help save the Whyalla steel plant.

Wild winds deliver blow to businesses

The Advertiser - ‎24.07.2016‎
The warning is also for the Lower Eyre Peninsula, Yorke Peninsula, Kangaroo Island, Lower South East and parts of the Mid North and Murraylands.

Windiest July in 30 years in SA, with more severe weather on the ...

The Advertiser - ‎25.07.2016‎
THE windiest July in the past 30 years is set to become wilder as rain storms hit homes in Adelaide and the southeast of the state.

Power price hikes to lead to more disconnections across South Australia ...

ABC Online - ‎19.07.2016‎
South Australia's social welfare sector has called for an independent investigation into electricity disconnections as winter and power price hikes begin to bite.