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Can the mayor of Prospect save Jay Weatherill in SA?

Jay Weatherill looks on the way out as South Australia’s Premier. InDaily journalist Liam Mannix talks to the man who just might be able to turn things around.

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Henson hysteria in Adelaide merely uninformed panic

In response to tabloid beat-ups and moral panic, photographer Bill Henson has pulled out of the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art. InDaily arts editor Suzie Keen says it’s a terrible shame.

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The naked truth far less sexy than media furore at Flinders

When a student complained about being “forced” to appear naked on stage, all hell broke loose. Flinders University academic and theatremaker Julian Meyrick peels back the madness to find the truth.

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Godless congregation coming to the city of churches

An atheist church is about to open its second Australian congregation. Crikey intern Bension Siebert got out his Sunday best and headed down to talk to Melbourne’s godless believers.

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Julia puts SA on the map…finally

Julia Gillard has already won four vital seats in the next federal election, according to The Punch’s David Penberthy. And all she had to do was tell the country where she grew up.

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Get thee to Adelaide for a feast of entertainment

People like to bash Adelaide. But if you can find a city with more to do in the next couple of weeks, I’d be surprised. Arts Festival. Writers’ Week. Fringe Festival. Womadelaide. It’s all happening.

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Have Santos and Rann redefined “philanthropy”?

Yesterday’s conclusion of the Tour Down Under in Adelaide was a triumph not only for the wining rider, but also for Premier Mike Rann and the first-time commercial sponsor of the Tour, South Australian-based energy company Santos.

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Rudd’s community cabinet hits the city of churches, Crean yawns

Federal Cabinet was on safari in Adelaide last night, and Prime Minister Kevin Rudd went hunting votes in the outer suburb of Osborne, reports Hendrik Gout.

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Branding Australian cities: pride of place or pointless PR?

Big news in Melbourne today: Mayor Robert Doyle has spent $240,000 on a new logo for the city. But is it any good? We compare and contrast with other city brands from around this wide brown land.

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Story poaching, News Ltd style

Yesterday, independent online Adelaide newspaper Indaily had a genuine scoop. Minutes later Adelaide Now had the same story on the News Ltd site — and when we say the same story, we mean the same story.

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Adelaide newspaper launches online

Adelaide’s weekly email newspaper, the Independent Weekly has launched a daily online edition, In Daily.

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Rupert says “sorry” for drunken Glenn Milne assault

Well, it was “mission accomplished” in Adelaide yesterday afternoon – sort of. The world’s most powerful media mogul, Rupert Murdoch, said “sorry” for the Glenn Milne assault at last year’s Walkleys – but he stopped short of agreeing to pay the $65 physio bill, writes Stephen Mayne.

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Calling Crikey citizen journalists

Do you live in a key electorate? One of the handful of seats that will decide Election 2007? Fancy yourself as a citizen journalist (whatever that is)? Need a sturdy, reputable soapbox for your undoubtedly pithy observations of real politik? If you answered yes to any of these questions, read on.

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Media briefs and TV ratings

Today Tonight in-fighting … Nine love-in on the high seas … The Apprentice returns … Last night’s TV ratings …

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Media briefs and TV ratings

WIN commences the STW 9 shake-up … Packers won’t give up Nine’s fabled Wimbledon marquee … The world according to CNN … A prime romp for Seven … The Winners … The Losers … News & CA … The Stats …

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