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A 49-year old man has died in a serious crash near Truro last night.
The man was killed when his car collided with a truck on the Sturt Highway just after 10 pm.
The truck driver was taken to hospital with minor injuries.
The man's death takes the states road toll to 4, compared to 3 at the same time last year.
The State Government says the city's West End is an area where police have given them advice on new crime stats.
New figures show Hindley St is the worst location, with an average of 9 offences against people, each weekend in 2016.
A couple of suspicious fires north-east of the city are being investigated by police.
A fire was started behind the former Salvation Army store on Lower North East Rd at Campbelltown, just before 4 am.
Witnesses reported seeing a person running from the scene around the time of the fire.
And Police are investigating a suspicious car fire at Athelstone.
The vehicle was set alight on Amber Place at about 2:15 am - there are no reports of injuries.
Insurance companies could soon be forced to explain why they're increasing our premiums.
Treasury is considering a plan which would force insurers to include last year's premium on our renewal notices ... and explain why they're going up.
It follows a UK trial which found it prompted people to either switch insurers or negotiate a better deal.
And Peter Sagan has taken out the Tour Down Under's People's Choice Classic in the city.
He came from a long way back in the home straight but managed to catch Andre Greipel and Caleb Ewen, after the 51 km criterium in the East End.
- Maria Gaban