Thursday May 16
Clean Seas hopes to curtail losses
CLEAN SEAS shares have spiked 27 per cent in morning trade as the company flagged a substantial reduction in its losses for the financial year.
Port Lincoln High welcomes NZ students
With tonight's budget set to be delivered, farmers are warning any loss of a fuel tax break would have a significant impact on country areas.
Cherryville bushfire burns for third day
CFS crews are facing a third challenging day to attempt to control a bushfire that has burned over 550 hectares in the Adelaide Hills as conditions worsen today.
Seismic testing debate revived in SA as new option considered
ELEANOR HALL: As the Federal Government considers plans for seismic testing in South Australian waters, an animal welfare group says it's uncovered what it calls an astonishing level of concern about the testing among the Government's own whale experts.
A wild and untamed landscape
Dave "Lunch" Doudle reckons Black Springs Beach is home to a weird natural phenomenon that has never been caught on camera.
Warning of homes missing out on NBN
LABOR has unveiled a new list of one million homes that will be connected to the National Broadband Network, and is warning households will miss out if Opposition Leader Tony Abbott is elected prime minister.
Jockey club buys Pageant horse
THEY couldn't get Black Caviar to Morphettville this year but the South Australian Jockey Club has splashed out on another major attraction.
Pageant history up for sale
It was sold to a private owner a decade ago and replaced in the annual parade by a new horse.
Dirty Jobs tough Down Under
Mike Rowe has swum neck deep through sewage, scraped rotten goat hides and stuck his arm down the neck of a crocodile but is he sick of hard manual labour? No way.