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Government accused of doing bugger all to shore up Australias


Australian fuel crisis

An adviser to the country's largest motoring association hopes tensions in the South China Sea have forced a rethink of where Australia gets its fuel.

Photo: Australia will draw extra fuel from the Netherlands in the event of market failure. (ABC News)

Government accused of doing 'bugger all' to shore up Australia's fuel security - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

In the wake of US airstrikes on Syria, Liberal Senator Jim Molan raised concerns about Australian fuel supplies being affected by conflict in the Middle ...

Rugged coastline

Hindmarsh electoral posters

'I jumped up with my pants down and turned around to see what looked like a longneck turtle receding back into the bowl' - Stats

Noarlunga Hospital sign

A black and white photo of a woman sitting on the marker for the SA/

Government accused of doing 'bugger all' to shore up Australia's fuel security | Australia | Australia.

Fremantle 5 A Side's photo.

Photo: CFS officers say the state government has shown "arrogance and disrespect" towards volunteers. (ABC News)

Phil Hogan at Henley Beach Surf Lifesaving Club

Wall Street sign

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Fremantle 5 A Side

Skeleton on stage for Oz Asia preview

Andrew Antenucci throws a beach handball back into play.

Begging for help

Leigh Creek

A baby brown snake tucked into the lip of a school lunchbox

Brighton Jetty sunset.

Jacaranda in bloom

Gail McMillan's eyesight was saved through to corneal transplant operations.

The clergy change room now converted to a children's room at Simplicity Funerals in Adelaide.

Gillman land

A profile shot of a young man, with an xray of his brain

Ramony Coyle throws a spinning shot at goal.

'When you put on a feed, all the birds turn up': Nick

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Language section at Len Beadell Library.

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A black and white photo of a group of men standing in front of a tent

A grey plover with satellite tag fitted to its back.

South Australian corneal transplant recipient sees benefit of organ donation - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Scott Morrison said the incidents were being investigated by a review set up by the Australian Customs Service and the chief of the defence force.

Australian craft beer connoisseurs have voted for their top brews.

OzHarvest tree of goodness at Central Market

An Australian SAS trooper provides security in Afghanistan

Ethical eating: How to source local seafood this Easter - ABC News ( Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Noisy miner chicks wait to be fed in a suburban backyard in Brisbane, September 21

FMC patient Trevor Hersey and author David Chapple

The competition to promise greater cruelty to boat people is new in Australian politics.

Two trade trailers have been stolen from Adelaide charity Habitat for Humanity.

Jan Carey stands in front of some of the students' artwork.

Adelaide school kids should ride for free, Greens say - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Our systems of law and government are based on Christian values and beliefs.

Asbestos outside a house in Penrith.

Premier Jay Weatherill

Students with the satellite payload.

Australian money

Roadworks project

Mayor of the City of Greater Geraldton, Shane Van Styn, believes Mr Morrison should

Caitlin Ward and Brendan Larkin at Adelaide SuperDrome.

SA Premier criticises council for bowing to 'Old Adelaide' pressure over food trucks - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Tony Brownbill Coffee Cow vendor

There are a lot of things that can make your eyes water, so why is a cold, dry wind one of them?

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Pop-up bars are becoming the toast of Adelaide

Fringe Festival ambassador Pamela Shaw

Cameron Rowe and Rick Henke at Twelve25.

21-year-old Tegan Heggblum has been a full-time carer for her

Volunteering unlocks best of holiday destinations for retired Adelaide teacher - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Ombudsman asked to investigate if Centrelink wrongly pursuing welfare debts

Slow and steady riding

The cast of the production A Kid Like Me hold up the nine topic signs.

Channel a win for regions

Australian Border Force uniforms

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Tutor Pat McCluskey, student Vestina Iradukunda and tutor Shawna Marks.

Having already made clear its expectations of deference and subservience from the community of nations, the Trump administration may be expected to call for ...

Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran

Golden vineyards at Summertown

Proposed Environment and Food Production Areas.

Royal Hotel, Kent Town Adelaide

A man is shown removing a plant from the boxes while a female looks on.

'Take it or leave it' workplace proposals sound worryingly familiar

Chef Jock Zonfrillo third from left at top with the team at Manresa restaurant in California

The South Australia government has announced funding for what will be Australia's first renewable-hydrogen electrolyser plant – a 15MW facility to be built ...

BHP have sacked nearly 80 local workers, replacing Australian jobs with exploited overseas labour. The Morrison Government doesn't see the problem.

Surveyor-General Michael Burdett with Poeppel's map

All Australians are vulnerable to heat, even the young and fit.

Best Friends by year seven Angaston Primary School student Chloe Pollack.

Gunner Murray's camouflage uniform.

Anger as first shark killed in WA's controversial cull program | World news | The Guardian

Australia Day:"A free country debates its history, it does not deny it"

A theodolite surveying instrument on display.

Photo: Susan Close says teachers no longer need separate clearance for school volunteering roles.

Due Diligence

Putting a figure on it

The reality is that actions of self-harm are unlikely to mobilise any real change

Donald Trump calling Malcolm Turnbull from the White House on 28 January. A full transcript

Josh Wilson MP

Protect Australian Stories! The campaign against PIR reform | Overland literary journal

Oil painting Rains Coming by South Australian artist Alison Duke.