When it comes to waterfront living, they don’t come much more waterfront than this.
While many prized waterfront homes in Henley Beach sit behind a busy road, this 393 Esplanade home doesn’t, allowing nothing to detract from its enviable views and adding a level of serenity and tranquillity it can be hard to find along Adelaide’s metropolitan coastline.
Marc and Annie Fabig bought the home in 2007, rented it out for a while and then moved in in 2011.
“We loved the superb location – it’s just a piece of paradise,” Mrs Fabig says. “There are no cars there, you just open the doors and…
Rashid stays a Striker for milestone BBL|10 | Adelaide Strikers
Rashid is the third-highest wicket-taker for the Strikers with 56 from just 40 matches, and the best economy of those who have bowled more than 10 innings with 6.36.
Rashid first joined the Strikers as a teenager in 2017 and was part of the squad that won its maiden Championship, despite his absence in the Final due to commitments with his national team.
Rashid has best figures of 4/22 which was also his maiden Big Bash hat-trick against the Sydney Sixers at Adelaide Oval in BBL|09.
In August the then 21-year-old became the youngest and fastest to 300 Twenty20 wickets.
Rashid also possesses a mighty swing of the bat, stunning crowds and the opposition with his swash-buckling ‘helicopter…
Police Citizen of the Year Announced
Port MacDonnell resident Grant Fensom has been named as the Lions Club of the City of Adelaide and South Australia Police 2020 Citizen of the Year.
Mr Fensom was nominated following his valuable contribution in the arrest of an armed holdup offender. Mr Fensom’s nomination was submitted by Superintendent Phil Hoff, Officer in Charge, Limestone Coast LSA.
On 22 August 2019, an offender entered the Port MacDonnell pharmacy wearing a facemask and armed with a knife. He threatened the pharmacist, threw a printer at his head and escaped with a quantity of drugs and cash. Thankfully the pharmacist was not badly injured and called for assistance.
A nearby Mr Fensom quickly established what had happened and observed the offender flee the…
Alleged freight train stowaway caught in Adelaide in breach of coronavirus restrictions
A man accused of stowing away on a freight train has been arrested in Adelaide, after allegedly crossing into SA from Victoria in breach of travel restrictions.
- The man was arrested after allegedly entering SA from Victoria on a freight train
- Police say he got on the train in the Wimmera region
- There has been one new coronavirus case detected in SA today
A rail supervisor found the 41-year-old, and called police, after the train arrived in Adelaide early this morning.
Police said the man boarded the train in the Victorian town of Dimboola, before it departed for Adelaide last night.
They did not say if the man was from the Wimmera town or from elsewhere within Victoria.
Police said the man had earlier submitted a cross border travel…
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