Monday Apr 14
All hands on deck for shearing at Wartaka
But with South Australia's Gawler Ranges as the backdrop it's a job that not many are complaining about.
Murder clues ignored, says widow
HUNDREDS of passengers stranded on The Ghan and the Indian Pacific trains because of heavy rain and flooding are now on the move.
Former western Victorian World War I veterans finally at rest
FIVE former western Victorian veterans of World War I whose bodies lay in unmarked graves at Brighton cemetery have been given official recognition.
Road Watch: Rain causing delays
AN Adelaide mayor is defending her council's decision to pay a chauffeur to taxi a councillor to meetings, saying its cheaper than calling a by-election.
Man jailed for fatally punching Dutch worker outside pub
The man who fatally punched Dutch worker Henk van Oosterom outside a Gawler hotel in Adelaide's north has been jailed for more than six years, but could apply for parole in less than four.