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After being the victim of unwanted attention on several occasions, Alicia Melville-Smith says the behaviour amounts to one thing: harassment My mistake was not to positively acknowledge the wolf whistle the driver of the car directed at me .
R is a functional language, which means that your code often contains a lot of .
BILL Clinton's visit to Adelaide on Thursday is expected to be free from protesters, after a group interrupted his address to an AIDS conference in Melbourne.
GEICO/Lucas Oil Top Fuel dragster driver Richie Crampton hopes to pad his rookie resume during the NHRA Sonoma Nationals this weekend at Sonoma Raceway.
The concept of charging tolls for freight vehicles using Adelaide's north-south road corridor is winning some support from South Australian Liberals.
In looking for the 7 Innovative Wonders of South Australia it seemed 891 ABC Adelaide listeners needed to look no further than our own backyards.
POLICE are tight lipped on security measures for the whirlwind visit of former US President Bill Clinton to Adelaide on Thursday.
DON'T book flights for a Friday afternoon. And always get groceries on Monday. Save cash by shopping smarter, not shopping less.
DOUGHNUTS, a dumped junior footy coach and Adelaide, Big Apple-style - just some of the stories making local news this week.
ELEANOR HALL: Lets go now to South Australia, and police revelations today that a government-employed carer has been charged over the sexual abuse of seven children.
With the likes of Sir Donald Bradman, Saint Mary MacKillop, Dame Roma Mitchell, R.M.Williams and Roy 'Mo' Rene all once calling South Australia home, selecting SA's greatest historical character had voters scrambling.
HE WAS entrusted by the government to care for seven preschool-aged children. Instead, he allegedly forced them into sex and kept child porn.
PETALING JAYA: A Dutch-Malaysian family's sudden death in the MH17 tragedy has shattered the tight-knit community they lived in.
That's according to results from YouTuber Adrian Gee's social experiment on the honesty of others.
IN THIS Aussie town the heat is so extreme that its residents have had to take unusual measures to survive.
Forests in Indonesia are increasingly being levelled to make way for plants for pulp and paper production, as in this site in Sumatra.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 09:18 am
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