Adelaide News

Friday 24th October 2014
Your worldwide local newspaper

Add To Favorites Set As Home Page

       

Search for your town or city or click on the map below to locate your local newspaper:

Nearby Places


Townsville (847 miles)
Melbourne (1055 miles)
Geelong (1062 miles)
CANBERRA (1099 miles)
Sunshine Coast (1125 miles)
Brisbane (1125 miles)
Central Coast (1137 miles)
Greater Wollongong (1148 miles)
Sydney (1146 miles)
Newcastle (1147 miles)

Adelaide Facts


Population: Approx 1,071,100
Longitude: 138.6
Latitude: -34.93
Street Map: Click Here
Country: Australia (AU)
Weather Station: Alice Springs Aerodrome
(about 108 miles away)

Adelaide Weather


Current Weather in Adelaide

News Headlines

Adelaide hospital workers to begin strike action over job conditions
Adelaide's beleaguered health system will face a series of strikes over the next few days as more than 200 allied health professionals take part in industrial action.
Adelaide Oval gets tick of approval as Rolling Stones stage unveiled
The Rolling Stones production staff have unveiled the enormous stage at Adelaide Oval just days before the band starts its highly anticipated Australian tour.
Adelaide Oval flyover shows what’s in store for Stones’ fans
WATCH the Adelaide Oval flyover as preparations continue for The Rolling Stones concert tomorrow. The Pulse brings you a bird’s eye view of what fans will see on Saturday.
Stones ready to roll at Adelaide Oval
Final preparations are underway as the new Adelaide Oval gears up for its biggest test this Saturday when more than 53,000 people will rock up for the Rolling Stones concert.
Adelaide gunsmith and backyard firearms dealer Leon Baird jailed for 10 years
A backyard firearms manufacturer in Adelaide whose illegal weapons ended up in the hands of bikies has been jailed for ten years.
Adelaide pilot detained in Indonesia
DRAMATIC IMAGES: An Adelaide pilot has been forced down by Indonesian fighter jets and detained at gunpoint after flying through the nation’s airspace.
More News...

Sports Headlines

Player power a growing threat in professional sport
 "We are the beneficiaries of the game, but it is you, the players who are the trustees of the sport." SIR DONALD BRADMAN to the Australian cricket team, Adelaide, January 21, 1990 
Adelaide Oval cake created for Crows fan's 50th birthday celebration
An avid Crows football fan has taken his love of Adelaide Oval to a new level, getting a detailed cake of the recently redeveloped oval made for his 50th birthday celebration.
Tony Gonzalez enjoys talking football, too
Tony Gonzalez is having as much fun talking football as he did playing it. Now an analyst for CBS Sports, the 14-time Pro Bowl tight end will get an up-close view of Thursday night's showdown between the ...
Victory snatches draw at the death
A barrage of fireworks rocketed skywards in the South Australian dusk as Adelaide United and Melbourne Victory readied themselves for the first meeting between the two rivals at the city's storied Oval, nowadays a refurbished home for not just cricket but Australian Rules.
Honours even in late flurry as Victory snatches draw at the death
A barrage of fireworks rocketed skywards in the South Australian dusk as Adelaide United and Melbourne Victory readied themselves for the first meeting between the two rivals at the city's storied Oval, nowadays a refurbished home for not just cricket but Australian Rules.
More Sports News...

Note: News items displayed are based on keyword searches for the name of your town/city and may not always be accurate for common place names.

Link to this newspaper | A Dynamite Site
Page generated in 1.302813 seconds.