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South Australian Police Strike

South Australian police (SAPOL) will be conducting a 3-day strike, the strike will mean that none or a very minimal amount of police officers will be active during these 3 days. 6 more words


High Speed Car Chase in SA's North Overnight

Police have arrested a man after a pursuit and vehicle track in the northern suburbs last night.

At approximately 2am, Police engaged in a pursuit with a silver… 168 more words

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ATO scammers at work in SA

A warning to the South-East community, Millicent Police have advised they have received a number of calls today from local residents who had received calls from scammers making aggressive phone calls threatening the recipient with arrest unless they make a payment… 149 more words

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Police investigate hay bale fire at Yahl

 Police are urging residents of Yahl to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity following a spate of hay bale fires in the region.

Limestone Coast police have received six reports of hay bale fires within the last three weeks in the Yahl area, south of Mount Gambier. 85 more words

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It’s a long way as the crow flies, so don’t get dog tired


With all roads leading to Melbourne for the big AFL elimination final on Saturday, SA Police will be out in force along the Dukes Highway to make sure that everyone arrives safely. 179 more words

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Phone scammers at work in SA

Scammers making aggressive phone calls threatening the recipient with arrest unless they make a payment are continuing to plague South Australian residents, police warn.

The callers often claim to either work for the Australian Taxation Office or the Office of the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions. 144 more words

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Bar and Club Workers Protest Tougher Lockout Laws

Hospitality workers gathered outside Parliament House today to protest against early morning pub and club lockouts in the CBD.

The protest follows SAPOL’s comments earlier this week to change existing lockout laws from 3am to an earlier 2am. 185 more words