This Morning's Top 5 News Stories
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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