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Serious crash at Mount Jagged

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Emergency services are at a serious crash on a rural property at Mount Jagged.

Police and paramedics responded to reports that a pedestrian had been struck by a vehicle on the property on Victor Harbor Road, Mount Jagged about 3.45pm on Friday 18 September.

Major Crash investigators are attending the scene and are investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash.



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“Abhorrent” behavior detected on Northern Connector

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Police are warning dangerous drivers that there will be a no-tolerance approach to speeding as an alarming number of motorists were caught recklessly ignoring speed limits during Operation Northern Connector across August , September and October.

There were 2,134 drivers detected for speed offences on the Northern Connector between Dry Creek and Waterloo corner during the 50 days of the operation, with one matter still under investigation involving a vehicle detected travelling at 209kph.

Other detections were as follows:

  • 2,098 drivers detected speeding up to 29 kph over the limit.
  • 24 drivers detected speeding between 30 and 44 kph over the limit.
  • 12 drivers were detected speeding 45 kph or more over the limit.

Two drivers immediately lost…



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Weather News – Bilbies released at Arid Recovery to boost population in outback SA

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Bilbies released at Arid Recovery to boost population in outback SA



By Gary-Jon Lysaght,

Monday October 26, 2020 – 13:49 EDT

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The nine bilbies travelled from an island in the Spencer Gulf to an outback nature reserve.
– ABC


A group of bilbies has been released into an outback South Australian nature reserve to boost the park’s gene pool.

Nine bilbies — four…



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Wrecked Oceanlinx generator to stay put offshore at Carrickalinga as partial removal is delayed

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Removal of a wrecked wave energy generator stranded off a popular South Australian seaside holiday town has been delayed yet again, the local ratepayers group has said, six years after the project was sunk.

The 3,000-tonne structure was being towed from Port Adelaide to Port MacDonnell in March 2014 when it started listing due to damaged air bags.

An effort was made to tow it to shallow water but the concrete and reinforced steel structure was jettisoned about 1.5 kilometres off the popular holiday destination of Carrickalinga.

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