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Monday 4th June 2018
It's been a chaotic morning for airlines at Adelaide Airport.
Domestic, international and regional flights have been impacted by thick fog.
Several flights have either been cancelled or turned-back because of low visibility.
Three men are on the run after robbing a taxi driver at Salisbury.
Police allege they threatened the driver with a knife before stealing his takings and mobile phone after a trip from the City just after midnight.
The driver wasn't hurt in the attack.
A Morphett Vale unit has been destroyed in a suspicious fire.
Police are investigating the blaze on Elizabeth Road at about 8.30 last night.
A resident managed to escape unharmed.
The tram extension is a step closer to completion.
Tests have been carried out on the sections between North Tce and East Tce and King William St to the Festival Centre.
There will be a period of driver training before the track is open for business.
The Pope has appointed a temporary replacement for Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson.
Port Pirie Bishop Gregory O'Kelly will administer the Adelaide Archdiocese until any future decision by the Pope.
It follows Archbishop Wilson's conviction on charges of covering up child sex abuse.
- Monique Crichton