Items filtered by date: June 2020
JESSE Penhall has successfully had his murder conviction overturned in the Supreme Court of Criminal Appeal.
VICTIMS of the Yorketown bushfire are expected to participate in a class action lawsuit against SA Power Networks, lodged in the South Australian Supreme Court.
KADINA Football Club has secured $172,000 in state government funding to install new floodlights around its oval.
A P-PLATE driver has lost his licence for six months after he was caught travelling at 53km/h over the speed limit.
A 55-YEAR-OLD Maitland man was flown to Adelaide after the car he was driving collided with a building last Wednesday, June 24.
MORE than 275,000 South Australian households could have their solar panels switched off during times of excess energy production, as the state government considers implementing new powers.
LIFE regained some normality as South Australia entered stage three of the COVID-19 national roadmap for easing restrictions yesterday (Monday, June 29).
A NATIONAL survey by the Australian Council of Social Services indicates lowering the JobSeeker rate will have a significant or extreme impact on the vast majority of recipients and their ability to cover the costs of essentials.