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Sunday mornings a year apart, incidents witnessed by council audit staff included drunken fights, public urination and vomiting, abuse of members of the public and police, and pedestrians dodging through traffic...The audit team noted "drunken chaos''
SA Ambulance Service confirmed a 20-year-old man was glassed during a fight that broke out in front of Red Square nightclub on Hindley St about 3am. More: 3am lock-law faces first test Police were called to break up the fight and the victim was taken
South Australia's true heroes, the people we don't hear about they've saved lives, put others first, and themselves second...AN 89-year-old war veteran has been hounded by electricity giant AGL's lawyers over an outstanding bill of just $111.40,
Charles Mullighan is the latest globally respected medical figure to be recruited by the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute...There was even cheering when Premier Jay Weatherill took to the Hindley St police beat. Flinders is a
28 July 2013 0 View comments Myra Hindley planned to escape prison and move to Brazil with her lesbian prison officer lover, it was claimed today. The Moors murderer wanted to escape a women's' prison in Holloway in 1973. She hoped to travel to
Your email has been successfully sent. "The benefits world is not something I know anything about," said Margaret Mountford at the beginning of Nick and Margaret: We All Pay Your Benefits. It was an odd thing for the presenter of a programme about
8 July 2013 14 View comments Teenage girls who commit serious crimes will no longer be jailed under controversial plans to cut costs. The Youth Justice Board (YJB) is axing all prison places for girls and will instead house them in secure training
The Untold Story said she found playing the serial killer traumatic. Channel 5 say the three-episode documentary is based on Hindley's unpublished autobiography that she wrote during her life prison sentence.
Murderer Ian Brady has failed to convince a mental health tribunal that he is sane and should be transferred to a prison. The 75-year-old serial killer wanted a move to a Scottish jail from the secure Merseyside hospital where he has been a patient
Infamous Moors murderer Ian Brady says he wants to starve himself to death and described the killing of five children as a "recreational and existential" experience. Brady, 75, has spent the past 47 years behind bars for the murder of five children