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Heritage-listed Nitschke Farm, Klopsch Farm delisted after total destruction in bushfire

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Two state heritage-listed properties destroyed by the bushfires that tore through the Adelaide Hills last summer have been deregistered.

After months of consultation, Nitschke Farm and Klopsch Farm at Lobethal were removed from the register because the destruction was so severe.

Owner of the historical German Nitschke farm, 59-year-old Erik Braunack-Mayer, said only a few structures on the 160-acre property remained.



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Want for nothing in this custom regional stunner

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71 Sand Road, Jupiter Creek. Supplied by Williams Real Estate.


If it’s a grand entertainer you’re looking for, and more than a little room to move, this Jupiter Creek home could be just the place you’ve been seeking.

Built in 2005 by vendor Sue, the resort-style home ticks a number of boxes as both a luxury abode and a working equestrian property.

71 Sand Road, Jupiter Creek. Supplied by Williams Real Estate.


“It was a paddock when I bought it – I knew the owners and for many years I had ridden past that block from my previous property and just loved it, and found out it would be coming onto the market so I leapt on it,” she says.

71 Sand Road, Jupiter Creek. Supplied by Williams Real Estate.


“I didn’t have any real…



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PSA – Residents in Coober Pedy please be advised there is a Telstra outage in th…

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PSA – Residents in Coober Pedy please be advised there is a Telstra outage in the area. If you require an ambulance and cannot call Triple Zero (000) you will need to attend the Coober Pedy police station.

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Two serious assaults in Adelaide’s south as more assaults reported statewide in new statistics

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A man is in a critical condition and another is also in hospital after separate assaults in Adelaide’s south last night.

A 33-year-old Hackham man suffered serious head injuries and lacerations to his arms at about 6:30pm.

Police have since visited a Park Holme address where the assault allegedly happened.

They were alerted to the crime after the man was admitted to the Flinders Medical Centre.

Half an hour earlier, a 25-year-old Seaford Rise man received non-life-threatening head and leg injuries after an incident at Clearwater Crescent.

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