Womadelaide secured at Botanic Park until 2024 as venue size expands

Womadelaide secured at Botanic Park until 2024 as venue size expands

Posted November 03, 2017 12:23:01 Video: Spectacular visual performers secured for Womadelaide 2018 (ABC News) Related Story: Sitar star among WOMADelaide acts announced so far Gallery: Thousands appreciate world arts, music at WOMADelaide 2017 Womadelaide will remain in South Australia until at least 2024 after the State Government signed a five-year licence extension. The event’s capacity will also be boosted by an extra 5,000 people in 2018, with the Botanic Park venue in Adelaide to expand into Frome Park. The State Government will also pump an undisclosed extra sum of…

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Palaszczuk's Adani loan veto decision 'jeopardises mine project'

Palaszczuk's Adani loan veto decision 'jeopardises mine project'

Posted November 04, 2017 09:25:24 Video: Annastacia Palaszczuk says the LNP is trying to smear her name and her partner’s name (ABC News) Related Story: Queensland Premier to exercise state veto on Adani, slams ‘smear campaign’ The Queensland Premier’s announcement that Labor would not support a concessional Federal Government loan for the Adani coal mine could stop the multi-billion-dollar project and jeopardises the thousands of jobs it would create, the Federal Coalition says. Annastacia Palaszczuk made the shock announcement last night to eliminate any perceived conflict of interest after it…

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Spain issues arrest warrant for ex-Catalan president

Spain issues arrest warrant for ex-Catalan president

Story highlights Puigdemont is currently in Belgium He considers himself the rightful leader of Catalonia Puigdemont, who considers himself the rightful leader of Catalonia, is currently in Belgium. He’s said he’s not fleeing the Spanish court system but instead is seeking European support for his region’s independence bid. Carmen Lamela, a judge in Spain’s National Court, asked Belgium’s prosecutor’s office to arrest Puidgemont and four ministers in the dissolved Catalan government who ignored a court order to appear before a judge Thursday. The charges include sedition, rebellion, misuse of funds,…

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Chilling insight into killer’s mind

Chilling insight into killer’s mind

HUNDREDS of court exhibits, including video that shows the minutes before teenager Aaron Pajich was killed, has been released by the Supreme Court giving a chilling and confronting insight into the warped mind of a killer. Jemma Lilley collected knives, idolised horror characters and dreamed of taking a life before she turned 25 – a depraved ambition she achieved with the gruesome death of Mr Pajich at her Orelia home. This week Lilley and her partner-in-crime Trudi Lenon were found guilty of his murder. Among the court exhibits was vision…

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A campaign about three things — jobs, jobs, jobs

A campaign about three things — jobs, jobs, jobs

Companies creating a new position can apply for a free job ad from November 4 to 25 Place a free job ad by emailing classifieds@adv.newsltd.com.au or calling 1300 555 657 The package, worth $389, includes an advertisement in The Advertiser and an online listing on seek.com.au Businesses that create a new job will be listed on an honour board in SA Business Journal Businesses can also register for the SA Government job accelerator grant, worth up to $10,000 for every new job created AS a fledgling business looking to hire…

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