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South Australia has become the third state to sign up to the Federal Government’s Gonski national education reforms, which will see a $1.1 billon increase in funding over the next six years. ASH PISANI reports.
Mining operations have recommenced at the Mindarie mineral sands site in the South Australian mallee, providing employment for a small number of local workers. BERNHARD SAYER reports.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics shows one in three women from the age of 15 fall victim to an abusive relationship, and one woman is killed every week by a current or former partner. TRISH O’LOUGHLIN reports.
This winter thousands of Australians will miss out on health and dental care, education, employment opportunities and food simply because they can’t afford it, but one organisation is helping to break this trend. ELEISA HANCOCK reports.
Over 45 consecutive days, Colin Sheringham canoed 2200kms along the River Murray. BERNHARD SAYER writes.
South Australian farmers can breathe a sigh of relief, after heavy rains across the state saved what looked to be a potentially disastrous 2013. THOMAS EDWARDS reports.
Iconic South Australian brand Spring Gully went into administration in April, but a dramatic sales increase has allowed the family business to re-hire some laid-off workers to cope with demand. SIMON NANKIVELL reports.
A recent study conducted by the South Australian Centre for Economic Studies (SACES) has found that, despite promises made by Mike Rann in 1990 to turn Adelaide into a thriving university city, Adelaide is no Oxford. PAIGE MULHOLLAND reports.
The Northern Territory will consider reintroducing open speed limits on its country highways but rural South Australians say increasing speed limits in SA is not a good idea. CHRISTOPHER TESTA reports.
The future of the wine industry in South Australia is under threat as climate change concerns hit home. TIBIKE JURECKSA reports.