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Bushfire threatens properties north of the Mid West town of Dongara Updated December 05, 2013 13:59:57 Residents living north of the Mid West town of Dongara are being told to leave or get ready to defend their homes as an out of control bushfire
Wild Oats is back in the water and on track for a record seventh line honours win in the Rolex Sydney to Hobart after having her repaired mast put back in the 100-footer today. The tricky stepping of the 168-foot mast went without incident with the
Ashes fans Test new footbridge over River Torrens in Adelaide Updated December 05, 2013 09:25:41 It should look more attractive once finished but enough work has been done to open a new footbridge over the River Torrens, at least for the duration of
IT'S an event that 99 per cent of visitors to Uluru never get a chance to witness. In the space of just a few hours, the landmark became home to a series of spectacular waterfalls.
THE whingeing Poms appear guilty of blatant hypocrisy after making veiled threats to boycott future Gabba Tests over the behaviour of Brisbane fans. The country whose unruly cricket supporters viciously abused fast bowler Mitchell Johnson when he was
30am on Wednesday at Newcrest's gold and copper mine at Telfer, near the tailings storage facility...Department of Mines and Petroleum spokesman Simon Ridge says investigations are underway. "We've got inspectors who are on site now and they'll be
Smiths Lane Fire is burning out of control near Stockinbingal. Photo: NSW RFS A grass fire is burning out of control near Stockinbingal, north of Wagga Wagga. The NSW Rural Fire Service has issued an emergency warning for the fire at Smiths Lane,
The two vehicles collided on the Dukes Highway about 1km north of Coonalpyn about 4pm...Drivers travelling southeast along the Dukes Highway are being diverted to the Mallee Highway towards Pinnaroo and northwest drivers are being diverted to
Richard Goyder will lead a government policy advisory group as Australia takes over the presidency of the G20 next year...MP Craig Thomson's appetite for porn and prostitutes have been aired publicly for the first time.
Riverbank footbridge open in time for the first day of the Ashes Test tomorrow. The last concrete was poured on Monday, just three days before the planned opening just after 7am on Thursday. Premier Jay Weatherill said it had always been a condition