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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.
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.
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.
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.
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