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Doctors have issued an urgent alert over a dangerous green liquid gel being taken as a recreational party drug, after the hazardous substance left a young man fighting for life in the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
SA’s chief public health officer insists it was not a mistake to let a British woman – who became our first coronavirus case in almost three weeks – enter the state, with authorities now confident she only had close contact with “a small number” of people.
Retail, hospitality and other businesses will be taught high-level cleaning skills ahead of a move to reopen more outlets next month. It comes as SA hits five days in a row with no active virus cases.
It’s now been well over a week since South Australia recorded its last new coronavirus case, with a second run of case-free days continuing.
When an Adelaide mum was killed behind closed doors last month, no one responded to her screams for help. Now, 76 prominent South Australians say enough is enough. Here’s their powerful message.
SA has hit a major milestone in its battle against coronavirus but health officials warn there is a long road ahead before interstate travel will be free and easy again.
A ban on using groundwater in the Woodville North area is likely, as the EPA tests for dangerous chemical contamination. They have already found vapours in a handful of homes.
SA has extended its coronavirus-free streak to 12 days. Meanwhile, the Chief Public Health Officer says the resumption of local footy ‘is on the table’.
SA has extended its run of coronavirus-free days to 11 and is in striking distance of eradicating the disease from the state, as the Premier flagged steps to carefully “reboot” the economy.
As a shocking fire season finally comes to an end in SA, the head of the CFS has penned an open letter thanking the extraordinary efforts of his volunteers over the past six months.
SA has recorded its sixth day in a row with no new COVID-19 cases – as lockdowns in the Barossa are lifted and schools reopened. An official hospital program will also treat more people at home.
Frontline health staff fighting the coronavirus will be bolstered by an additional one million face masks. SA has just recorded its fifth day of no new coronavirus cases.