North Korea has said it is open to resolving issues with the United States whenever and however after US President Donald Trump called off a June summit with its leader, Kim Jong Un.
The country's top intelligence chief has warned that foreign interference against Australia is occurring on an unprecedented scale.
Labor leader Peter Malinauskas could be forced to call a special party convention if the Opposition opts to change its position on rate-capping, as unions pledge to step up protests against the measure in coming weeks.
The new State Government has agreed to honour its predecessor's $12 million bikeways deal, the city council says, but it’s unclear when cyclists can expect the safe-cycling corridors to be complete.
Events and shows over the weekend and week ahead, including Cuban 'ballet meets street dance', Barry Humphries' new confessional show, a dark comic drama set in Roman times and a free theatre performance in a shop window.
New State Theatre Company play Terrestrial is a tale of two teenagers finding consolation in an isolated South Australian town while wondering whether they are being watched over by extraterrestrial beings.
Australian Dance Theatre says its newly renovated rehearsal and performance space at the Odeon Theatre in Norwood will help it increase South Australia’s dance reputation locally and overseas.
This year's Adelaide Festival attracted significantly more interstate and overseas visitors than the 2017 event and generated around $76 million in spending for the state, according to figures released today.
An unsafe public healthcare facility, kept open for years despite safety warnings, run by the same organisation that failed to stop the horrors of Oakden during the same period: SA Health has serious questions to answer about the Lyell McEwin short stay unit.
The ABC quietly closed its Adelaide sound library days before the March state election, with new revelations that the drift of jobs away from South Australia over several years played a part in the decision to axe the facility.
Every individual Bruce Lander condemned in his Oakden report is now far from public view, as South Australians go to the polls on Saturday. But what if the ICAC got it wrong? asks InDaily reporter Bension Siebert.