South Australia

The ultimate zombie game is coming to Adelaide

An Australian start-up is allowing brave locals to test out their post-apocalyptic survival skills in a new virtual reality experience. How does it stack up? The ZEDTOWN zombie event is part of Hybrid World ADL. ZOMBIE gamers will descend on the University of Adelaide campus on Saturday, October 7, for …

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Storm leaves 6000 homes without power

Stormy weather rolls in over the SAHMRI building on North Terrace, Adelaide. Picture: AAP/Brenton Edwards THUNDERSTORMS have left more than 6000 households in Adelaide’s south without power. Outages were reported just before 12pm, as storms rolled across the city from the east. Affected suburbs include Glenelg South, Glengowrie, North Brighton, …

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Adelaide has too much time to think

Sunny Adelaide. Photo: Naomi Jellicoe OUR read this week has gotten me thinking about Adelaide. I mean, as editor I’m always thinking about Adelaide in one way or another (usually about where I’m going to eat next), but so often when we think of our city it’s in that annoying …

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Jay reportedly calls power outage critics ‘right-wing f..kwits’

In a fiery press conference, Federal Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg and SA Premier Jay Weatherill trade blows over SA’s plans to “go it alone” in energy supply for the state. Jay Weatherill speaks to the media during a press conference about the construction of the world’s biggest battery in South …

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ABC radio announces another major line-up change

ABC Radio Adelaide breakfast host Matt Abraham announces on air he is quitting the show. Video: Facebook/ABC Adelaide MUST: AFL ROUND TABLE ABC Radio Adelaide has announced yet another major shake-up to its breakfast line-up, just weeks after the departure of veteran journalist and broadcaster Matthew Abraham. Mornings presenter Ali …

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Sainsbury ‘optimistic’ ahead of hearing

Cassie Sainsbury with her fiance Scott Broadbridge. Picture: Facebook THE Colombian lawyer for accused drug-runner Cassie Sainsbury says the Adelaide woman is “optimistic” ahead of her hearing. The accused drug smuggler will face court this morning and admit to hiding 5.8kg of cocaine inside 18 headphone cases at El Dorado …

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Kids helping to swing smart city drive

The Singapore government is testing a range of “smart city” technologies in one of the most extensive plans to collect data on daily living ever attempted in a city. PLAYING AROUND: Denise Galdes plays with her granddaughter Amelia, 2, at the Memorial Playground in Prospect. Picture: Dylan Coker SWINGS and …

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ScoMo: Don’t buy Tesla’s big cell

Jay Weatherill details how the market power and the lack of competition causes energy prices to be so high in South Australia and not a lack of resources. Courtesy: Sky Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison will be speaking in Adelaide. SOUTH Australia should not get “too carried away” with Elon Musk’s …

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Electricity bills cut for 180k homes in bulk buy deal

Communities and Social Inclusion Minister Zoe Bettison. STRUGGLING households will benefit from a bold proposal to reduce power costs that would allow the Government to directly negotiate electricity contracts on their behalf. The Advertiser can reveal 180,000 South Australian households who receive a range of state concession payments will be …

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Time to bloom for bi-chelorette

Adelaide Bachelor contestant Natalie Holmberg talks about her first impressions of Bachelor Matty J. AUSTRALIA isn’t ready for its first gay Bachelor or Bachelorette, according to the reality dating show’s first openly bisexual contestant, Adelaide’s Natalie Holmberg. But the 27-year old midwife, whose quest to win the heart of Port …

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