- Pyne Decision
SA's best-known MP, Christopher Pyne, is expected to announce he's walking away from parliament.
- Council Elections
Fed up with their local councils, a record number of regular South Aussies have put up their hand to run in the local government elections.
- Sally Zou Nanny
The 10 year old fronting billion dollar companies and mixing with federal pollies.
Australian values under threat. Now, the controversial call for a new type of migration test.
- Migrant Drop
Australia shuts its borders – but what do the tough new measures mean for South Australia?
- Visa Fight
A family’s immigration nightmare – the parents are being booted out, but the kids can stay.
- Uber Refusal
The Uber driver under fire for refusing service to a much loved South Aussie personality.
- Ute Registration
SA’s rego rip-off. The drivers who are fed up with a system which classifies privately-used cars as commercial vehicles.
- Cheap Car Servicing
An industry whitepaper released today would force all car manufacturers to unlock diagnostic tools, allowing any mechanic to conduct a full logbook check and it would save drivers thousands.
- Speeding Fines
An Adelaide dad's disbelief when he was slapped with a huge speeding fine when he wasn't behind the wheel and it wasn’t even his car.
- Traffic Prangs
The never before seen footage of the stupid risks that motorists are taking on some of our busiest roads and the deadly consequences of their reckless behaviour.
- Stop For Bree
Toni Nicolo lost her only daughter in a car accident in the Adelaide Hills two years ago. Now she's petitioning for what she says are simple yet effective traffic changes, but the state government is putting up road blocks.
- Torrens Tragedy
Our dying rivers. It's not just the Murray - our city rivers are in trouble too.
- West Beach Sand
Some of our metropolitan beaches are literally disappearing, year by year and we’re having to spend millions of taxpayer dollars to patch man-made problems, without finding a permanent fix.
- Drought Charity
For months, tens of millions of dollars have been raised for drought ravaged farmers and some are yet to see a cent.
- Marine Life
Most of us would consider balloons to be harmless fun, but they can present a big danger to marine life when they don't end up in the bin.
- Australian Geographic Exhibition
From the animals who explore the murky depths of the ocean to the creatures that call our arid landscape home - the most spectacular photographs from SA and beyond.
- Bear Grylls
See what happens when adventurer Bear Grylls takes the plunge into shark infested waters - will an Aussie invention keep him safe?
- F1 Schools
Adelaide teens are getting a taste for high speed sport through the Formula One in Schools competition.
- Nose Piercing Row
A 15 year old Hindu school girl was kicked out of a Catholic college purely because of her nose piercing.
- Career Schools
The South Aussie school shakeup - rewriting the text books so our kids are job ready going into the future.
- Hi-Tech Schools
From drone flying to robot building – the hi-tech high schools preparing our kids for the jobs of the future.
- Reading Program
Setting them up for success – the Adelaide program to stop students falling behind.
- Essay Cheating
Adelaide students paying to cheat – the black-market trade in academic success.
- Internet Addiction
When we talk addiction, most think alcohol or drugs, but video game addiction has become very real and very frightening.
- Canteen Skydive
A Crows legend, footy stars and a very brave mum will be taking the plunge this weekend, putting their fears aside and skydiving from 15 thousand feet.
- Xmas Family
Just a few weeks ago, an adored family was involved in a shocking accident, which claimed the lives of the mother and one of her four young children.
- Charity Toys
The Toymendous group has been making wooden toys from scratch for thirty years, benefiting children who'd otherwise go without.
- Top Toys
With families preferring to spend money on experiences rather than toys, retailers are going all out to get customers through the door this Christmas.
- Lachlan's Legacy
The call every parent fears. Now a mother’s mission to make sure it never happens again.
Religion & Cults
- Pell Honours
The incredible case that has sent shockwaves around the world.
- Aussie Muslims
We speak with a South Aussie couple who recently converted to Islam, but claim they're being discriminated against.
- Halloween Crazy
Adelaide's growing Halloween obsession. While some think it's just a bit of harmless fun, others are a little more skeptical.
- Marriage Refusal
The Presbyterian minister who refused to marry a straight couple because they support gay marriage.
- Imam Abuse
Adelaide’s angry Muslims and their disgusting tirade against a non-Muslim female diner.
- Muslim Immigration
The fight to stop Australia’s first Islamic city, with homes, schools, shops and a medical centre. Plus, the Muslim psychiatrist who wants to cut Muslim immigration.
- First Fleet Piano
Australia's first piano is about to embark on an exciting journey, returning to the United Kingdom for a long overdue tune-up.
- Krait Memorial
The tiny boat, the Aussie heroes and their secret mission. Why it went down in history as the most daring exploit from World War Two.
Behind the scenes of Donald and Kim’s historic Singapore summit.
- Bomber Command
Australia’s forgotten World War Two heroes – now fighting for recognition.
- Vegas Massacre
The Vegas Massacre – will it force the US to finally change its gun laws?
- Cuban Refugees
The queue-jumping refugees – flown to Australia from the other side of the world and given special treatment, just to please the US.
- Rubbish Batteries
The state government tax infuriating ratepayers.
- Coles Stickeez
A mum's warning over the hugely popular Coles Stickeez.
- Verge Fight
A family is fighting with their local council over a tree that's right in the middle of their driveway.
- SA Great
Many of us who live here have a lot of love for SA and while we think it’s the place to be, we're copping more flack than ever before from our foes in the east.
- Toxic Mould
The leaking pipe that's forced a family out of their own home.
- Poison Pet Food
When dozens of dogs started mysteriously dying last year, including elite members of the police K9 unit, nobody knew what was going on.
- Sacked Bus Driver
The 66 year old bus driver sacked for being on his mobile phone.
- Fake Jobs
The jobs scheme preying on our unemployed. Hopeful employees applying for jobs are then forced to do a training course with little or no benefit.
- Retiree Jobs
More retirees are getting back into the workforce and taking up jobs they never would've imagined.
- Labour Hire Laws
What changes to labour hire laws will mean for South Aussies - why thousands of workers will be worse off.
- Skilled Workers
The Adelaide companies hiring older workers - why experience counts.
- Spying Bosses
The technology tracking your every move and the Australian companies using it to spy on their employees.