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Thursday, March 8th, 2018

There's a fresh push today for the Government to bring in paid domestic violence leave.

The ACTU has taken to the streets with three billboards - and parked them outside the Minister for Women's office - urging her to act.

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Major Crash is investigating a fatal accident at Chain of Ponds, which claimed the life of one person.

A 69-year old woman from Gumeracha was killed when her car collided with another vehicle on North East Road.

The driver of the other car, a 38-year old woman wasn't seriously injured.

The death takes the state's road toll to 14, compared to 12 at the same time last year.

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A 56-year old Salisbury man remains in hospital in a critical condition, after a serious crash at Blair Athol.

A car and motorbike collided on Main North Road just before 4 yesterday afternoon.

The bike rider was rushed to hospital with life-threatening injuries, while the driver of the car was not physically injured.

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Fire crews remain on site, after a blaze broke out at a waste and recycling plant at Dry Creek.

Just after 10:30 last night, crews were called to the fire on Hanson Road, after reports of a large shed and rubbish fire.

The blaze is being monitored and fire crews will remain on site for some time.

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Traffic Thursday is back.

Police will be targeting driver's licences during today's road safety blitz.

Anyone caught driving unlicenced, with an expired licence and while disqualified risks big fines.

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And Adelaide Oval was jam packed with 65-thousand fans last night for two hours with Ed Sheeran.

The 27-year old has sold a record one million tickets for his 18-show Australian/New Zealand tour.

His previous Aussie tours have included gigs at Thebby Theatre and Adelaide Entertainment Centre.

The only downside - traffic was bad with reports people were still getting home an hour and a half after the gig ended.

- Maria Gaban

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