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Rally planned to save Urrbrae gatehouse, as Govt accused of being 'tricky'

Campaigners are stepping up their fight to save a heritage-listed gatehouse at Urrbrae, as the State Government is accused of “being tricky” and “passing the buck” by offering the University of Adelaide $2 million to move the building itself.

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Premiers reject Djokovic demands

World number one tennis star Novak Djokovic, currently isolating in Adelaide, has been given short shrift by state leaders for a list of quarantine demands he reportedly sent Australian Open organisers on behalf of fellow competitors.

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Fight to contain Riverland's third fruit fly outbreak

More than 70 officers have been deployed to contain the most recent fruit fly outbreak in Renmark – the latest of several outbreaks recorded this year – with the State Government promising “no stone is being left unturned” to protect SA’s horticulture industry.

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Up to 800 children were buried in a mass grave at the former Mother and Baby home in Tuam, County Galway, in western Ireland, run by the Catholic Church from 1925-61. Photo: EPA/AIDAN CRAWLEY
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'Appalling' baby death rate in Irish Catholic homes for unmarried mothers

About nine thousand infants died in Irish homes for unmarried mothers and their offspring mostly run by the Catholic Church from the 1920s to the 1990s, an inquiry has found – an “appalling” mortality rate that reflected brutal living conditions.

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Prosecutors hunt rioters over US Capitol 'crime scene'

The US Justice Department has opened criminal investigations on more than 170 individuals for their involvement in the riot at the US Capitol by President Donald Trump’s supporters, aiming to charge people with assault and seditious conspiracy.

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What we know today, Wednesday January 13

Today’s breaking news from South Australia, the nation and abroad. The Queensland government is shutting down a quarantine hotel after six people staying on the same floor contracted the UK strain of coronavirus, while SA is relieving its border restrictions to regional NSW.