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Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Major Crash is investigating a serious accident at Tea Tree Gully last night.

Two cars collided head-on, on North East Rd at around 6:45 - injuring two people.

The drivers of both cars were taken to hospital, one with critical injuries.

Anyone who witnessed the crash is asked to call Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.

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Police are hunting a suspect, after an incident at Reynella last night.

Shots were fired into a house in Karyn Crescent just after 10 pm, the occupants escaped unharmed.

Neighbours reported hearing gun shots, and noticed a car on fire in the street, with a man running away.

A search of the are by police failed to locate the suspect.

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More money for chronic disease prevention is the latest focus of the state government, if it's re-elected this month.

Labor will partner with local government to deliver a $7.2 million childhood obesity and lifestyle campaign - heart health and stroke are also on the list of target areas.

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The US president has welcomed a potential breakthrough in the North Korean nuclear crisis - with Pyongyang suggesting its willing to hold talks with Washington - and suspend its weapons testing regime.

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And Ed Sheeran fans are being warned to beware of ticket rip-offs ahead of tonight's Adelaide concert.

A variety of tickets are being resold online at more than double the retail price, and there’s also the danger of some of them being fake.

- Maria Gaban

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