Publication: Adelaide Now

First reported 11 hours ago - Updated 10 hours ago - 1 reports

200 flee as fire engulfs church

Fire crews fight the blaze at Our Saviour Lutheran Church at Aberfoyle Park. Picture: Mark Brake Source: News Corp AustraliaActors were doing an Easter play at Our Saviour Lutheran Church when a fire broke out. Later, they finished the performance in ... [Published Adelaide Now - 11 hours ago]
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Remote islands you’ve never heard of

Luxury yacht Meta IV is one way to explore the Mergui Islands in Myanmar. Source: SuppliedIF your idea of a holiday is getting away from it all, or going where few have gone before, then these spectacular islands need to be on your bucket list.These ... [Published Adelaide Now - 11 hours ago]
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Politics, money never gratifying mix

IT’S AN oldie but a goodie – the claim that the word “politics” is derived from “poly” meaning “many” and “ticks” meaning “blood-sucking parasites”.The joke has been given extra force by revelations about greed, dishonesty, dirty deals and influence peddling ... [Published Adelaide Now - 11 hours ago]
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Why pirates have no claim to Thrones

Why is Australia the No. 1 country stealing Game of Thrones? Picture: Supplied Source: SuppliedSIX months ago I wrote a column in this paper defending the illegal downloading of TV shows.I said that if only Australian networks would offer content in ... [Published Adelaide Now - 11 hours ago]
First reported 11 hours ago - Updated 11 hours ago - 1 reports

Let’s welcome Kate and Wills to SA

Cartoon. Source: The AdvertiserTHE Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit Adelaide for the first time next week as part of an already successful royal tour.While Prince George will not travel, organisers anticipate crowds of up to 50,000 people on ... [Published Adelaide Now - 11 hours ago]
First reported 19 hours ago - Updated 14 hours ago - 1 reports

Road toll claims more lives in WA

THREE fatalities on West Australian roads and the death of a Chinese tourist in Tasmania have taken the Easter holiday road toll to four.A 17-year-old boy died on Thursday after being thrown from a car which rolled several times on the Gnaraloo-Quobba ... [Published Adelaide Now - 19 hours ago]
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Letters to the Editor, April 19

Many readers have opinions on the Royals’ tour to Elizabeth. Picture: Arthur Edwards - WPA Pool/ Source:Royal snub not onTHE snub by Premier Jay Weatherill of the impending Royal visit next week is not just impolite, it’s a reckless diplomatic gaffe ... [Published Adelaide Now - 14 hours ago]
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State Budget must restore confidence

AS HANGOVERS from an unlikely election victory pass, Labor and freshman Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis now turn attention to their next major test – the State Budget on June 19.The first Budget after an election presents rare opportunities. It provides something ... [Published Adelaide Now - 14 hours ago]
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Man, 20, two teens die in horror Easter toll

Three people, including two teenage men, have died in a horror start to Easter on WA roads. Source: News LimitedTHREE families have had a devastating start to Easter after three young men died in separate crashes within hours of each other on WA roads ... [Published Adelaide Now - 20 hours ago]
First reported Apr 17 2014 - Updated Apr 17 2014 - 2 reports

Cambridges help Blue Mountains recovery

The Blue Mountains is looking forward to the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Source: AAPTHE words "I'm sorry" never sounded more sincere or consoling for victims of last year's Blue Mountains bushfires, than when spoken by the Duke and Duchess ... [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
First reported Apr 17 2014 - Updated Apr 17 2014 - 2 reports

Baird, Berejiklian joint bid to lead NSW

MIKE Baird and Gladys Berejiklian will contest the leadership and the deputy leadership of the NSW Liberal party in a joint ticket."We are contesting the leadership and deputy leadership of the NSW Liberal Party, with Mike Baird to become leader," Ms ... [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
First reported Apr 16 2014 - Updated Apr 16 2014 - 2 reports

Bus drivers to vote on pay offer

Transport Union members will meet this afternoon to discuss proposed strike action. Source: News LimitedTRANSPORT union members will vote on a new pay offer which could result in a planned bus strike timed for next Wednesday – the day of the Royal visit ... [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 16 2014]

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"He was fine of course, he knew what he was doing. I think his military background prepared him well for it."
“I told him, ` "You don’t really hang out with them’, so he drew a picture and he gave his own baby doll to Prince George.”"
"After discussions with my colleagues, including the Treasurer, Mike Baird, and the Transport Minister, Gladys Berejiklian, I have decided not to nominate for the position of Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party in this afternoon's ballot" she said in a statement on Thursday
"There are a number of possible contenders and I'm not going to speculate on any of them except to say that I will be nominating for the deputy leadership at this stage" Ms Goward said

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200 flee as fire engulfs church [Published Adelaide Now - 11 hours ago]
Remote islands you’ve never heard of [Published Adelaide Now - 11 hours ago]
Politics, money never gratifying mix [Published Adelaide Now - 11 hours ago]
Let’s welcome Kate and Wills to SA [Published Adelaide Now - 11 hours ago]
Why pirates have no claim to Thrones [Published Adelaide Now - 11 hours ago]
State Budget must restore confidence [Published Adelaide Now - 14 hours ago]
Letters to the Editor, April 19 [Published Adelaide Now - 14 hours ago]
Road toll claims more lives in WA [Published Adelaide Now - 19 hours ago]
Man, 20, two teens die in horror Easter toll [Published Adelaide Now - 20 hours ago]
Man arrested for drug trafficking [Published Adelaide Now - 20 hours ago]
Kate causes a royal fuss with Aussie dress [Published Adelaide Now - 21 hours ago]
Gas cylinder blast destroys car [Published Adelaide Now - 21 hours ago]
Letters to the Editor, April 18 [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
Saving grace of your small sacrifice [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
Mum saves son’s killer with a slap [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
Don't buy wind power blame game [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
Premier puts his family first [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
Our outback grit joins Cannes’ glitz [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
‘Love can not bring [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
Man hospitalised after balcony fall [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
‘When Wills and Kate hear me sing’ [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
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Drivers’ vote averts royal bus crisis [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
Cambridges help Blue Mountains recovery [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
Bignell in heated clash over forestry jobs [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
Adelaide Zoo welcomes new baby [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
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Party for a cause at Kianna’s concert [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
Security scare as Royals visit Blue Mountains [Published Adelaide Now - Apr 17 2014]
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