- 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.
- MPs' Pay
South Australia’s prosperous pollies – among the highest paid in the world, but still wanting more.
- 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.
- DIY Electric Car
Petrol prices are still hurting hip pockets and that has led one motorist to take matters into his own hands. He'll never have to buy fuel again and he says anyone can do it.
- Animals and Cyclists
The horrifying collisions on our roads between cyclists and animals, native fauna and even strays have always posed a threat. But now cyclists are capturing their close calls on camera.
- Crash Rescue
An Adelaide teenager's incredible story of survival. With broken bones and bleeding to death, Britney Webb was trapped in a car wreck for 7 excruciating hours.
- Best Mechanics
We reveal the best mechanics for price, quality and service.
- Caravan Crashes
Carnage on our roads - the call for all caravan operators to undergo specialised training.
- 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?
- Zero Waste
How this family has saved thousands of dollars by not throwing anything in the bin for almost a year.
- 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.
- School Enrolments
Adelaide’s most in-demand schools – how to boost your child’s chances of getting in, and the extreme lengths some parents are going to.
- Flag Debate
Flying the flag for Australia – the push to put patriotism back in our schools.
- 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.
Why sharing photos of your children or grandchildren online can be dangerous - the experts warning against the rise of sharenting.
- Professor David David
Fifty years of rebuilding children’s lives - the incredible career of an Adelaide surgeon.
Religion & Cults
- 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.
- Arranged Marriages
Australia’s shocking secret trade in Muslim child brides, some as young as ten.
- 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.
- Terror Risk
Terror plot – how did they allegedly manage to import military-grade explosives on a commercial flight?
- Shocking Healthcare
The shocking experience of a family who sought emergency medical help for their elderly mother.
- Decoy Theft
The parcel thief who got more than he bargained for. After having packages stolen numerous times before, the Arnold family decided they'd had enough.
- Snake Season
As we enter the deadly snake season, a widower has spoken out about his grief after the tragic loss of his wife from a snake bite.
- War Medal
The extraordinary story of how a soldier's war medal found its way home, more than a century after he served at Gallipoli.
- P3 Orion
The Air Force's P3 Orion fleet celebrates its 50th anniversary this year and to mark the milestone our reporter Elise Baker was invited on board for a special flight.
- RSPCA Dog
As we edge closer to Christmas, pressure is starting to build to find loved ones that perfect gift. But the RSPCA is warning us to think very carefully if you're considering buying a pet.
- 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.
- Welfare Nation
On the dole for decades and costing tax payers billions – why more and more South Australians are ending up on welfare.
- Best Jobs
From planning puppy parties, to eating gourmet meals, Adelaide’s best jobs… and they’re hiring!