Greens senator Sarah Hanson Young's defamation case against David Leyonhjelm is due to start at the height of the federal election campaign, with NSW Labor senator Kristina Keneally among 10 witnesses who may need to testify.
A Liberal candidate — hoping to snare the seat soon to be vacated by Labor's Kate Ellis — has invited 10,000 voters to an election forum at an Adelaide cafe, without warning the business.
David John Pearce, who used a shoelace to strangle a refugee from Afghanistan, will spend at least six years in prison for attempted murder.
South Australians are being urged to return to their Vietnamese lunch and support local bakeries in the wake of Adelaide's banh mi salmonella scare, which has put off large numbers of customers.
A South Australian supermarket appears to have done the unthinkable — banning free handouts of the iconic smiley fritz to children because it is a "slipping hazard".
Hospital food has a poor reputation, but the meals served at an Adelaide healthcare facility are being described as particularly inedible. It is the second facility to come under fire for its food quality this year.
Whyalla's city council anticipates its population will "explode" from 22,000 to 80,000 in the next 10 to 20 years as the regional South Australian centre embarks on an ambitious upgrade to its steelworks and local infrastructure.
Parts of South Australia and Victoria are expecting a sweltering start to November, with the upcoming heat an early test to the power grid ahead of summer.
A decade-long ban on fracking in the Limestone Coast region looks set to become law after the State Government agrees to support a bill put forward by Mt Gambier Independent MP Troy Bell.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) wants the company to pay a big penalty for deliberately misleading the public over the nutritional content of their Little Kids Shredz range of products, which contained 60 per cent sugar.