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Wednesday 20th August 2014
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Adelaide: fifth-best city in world. Again
ADELAIDE has been narrowly beaten by Melbourne to the title of the world’s most liveable city ... again. But at least we beat Sydney ... again.
Most Custom Coaches jobs to go in Adelaide despite bus firm's sale to consortium
Just 13 jobs will be saved in Adelaide following the sale of troubled bus company Custom Coaches to a consortium. More than 100 Sydney jobs and 62 in Adelaide were lost after the company went into administration in July. Of the 300 people employed before July, about 120 will now stay with the new company, including 110 in Sydney. Adelaide's Royal Park site is gradually being closed with ...
Port Adelaide notches crucial win over Suns
Port Adelaide had this game in its keeping for the most of the second half, yet somehow, with a few minutes remaining, it found itself defending a three-point lead after an amazing goal by Gold Coast's Harley Bennell raised the possibility of the Suns snatching the win.
Custom Coaches sale costs 160 jobs in Sydney and Adelaide
About 100 Sydney jobs and 62 in Adelaide have been lost as part of a sale of troubled bus company Custom Coaches, which had been in administration since July.
Port Adelaide notches crucial nine-point win over Gold Coast
Port Adelaide had this game in its keeping for the most of the second half, yet somehow, with a few minutes remaining, it found itself defending a three-point lead after an amazing goal by Gold Coast's Harley Bennell raised the possibility of the Suns snatching the win.
Jumping crocodile tours not to blame for Adelaide River fatal attack, operators say
Dangling meat to entice wild crocodiles to jump in front of tourists is not to blame for Monday's fatal attack on the Adelaide River, operators have said.
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Women's football gets $536,000 boost from FIFA
The Football Federation of Australia has unveiled a two-year, $536,000 project to establish a national women's and girls' football development program, funded by FIFA.
Hampden Junior Football and Netball awards | Photos, results
All our coverage of the Hampden Junior Football and Netball awards.
Capital Football board endorses under-12 lockout
Capital Football's board has endorsed the decision to lockout parents from an under-12 soccer match this weekend.
Sport News Update, what you need to know
Sport News Update, what you need to know.
Nanjing 2014 Opening Ceremony Starts the Youth Olympic Games off in Spectacular Fashion!
NANJING, China--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- Expectations were high for the Opening Ceremony of the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) that took place at the Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre at 8:00p.m. on August 16. 60,000 spectators watched the performance directed by Chen Weiya, the executive director of the Opening Ceremony of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. Picture A: Thomas Bach, the IOC President ...
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