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Saturday 2 December 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Adelaide

All time
Koala rescued after causing five-car pileup in Australia
Thankfully no-one was badly injured.
Covid-19: US virus numbers surge as Australian authorities suspend flights into Adelaide
South Australia reports its first significant outbreak since April
People given free beer as temperatures top 49 degrees in Australia
Heat-stressed bats are falling from trees.
Australian archbishop gets 12 months for concealing child abuse
But Philip Wilson could avoid jail.
Two teenagers arrested after planning attack with guns and explosives on school
The two boys – aged 16 and 18 – are in custody.
Adelaide and Perth to host this year's International Rules tests between Ireland and Australia
The games will take place in November.
Ciarán Sheehan 'excited' to line out for Carlton again for the first time since 2014
The Cork man has struggled with hip and knee injuries since making the move Down Under.
Banana thrown at indigenous Aussie Rules star as racism continues to dog the sport
The woman has been hit with an indefinite ban by Port Adelaide, but has also been inducted to the club’s social awareness program.
Man charged with raping and trying to murder two backpackers in Australia
One of the women escaped and raised the alarm.
After 70 years apart, D-Day veteran and wartime sweetheart to reunite
10,000 miles and seven decades are not enough to keep them away from each other, apparently.
Young child's skeletal remains found stuffed in suitcase
Police are looking for an elderly man seen carrying a suitcase in the area, to the east of Adelaide.
Shark bites surfer's leg off as swimmers look on
“The shark came in and bit his leg off and the guys helped him in and carried him up the cliff.”
Australian archbishop charged with concealing child abuse
This relates to offences that were committed during the 1970s.
Ireland fall short as Pakistan defeat knocks them out of World Cup
In the end, net run-rate sends Phil Simmons’ side home.
D-Day arrives for Ireland as World Cup quarter-final on the line against Pakistan
William Porterfield insists ‘it’s just another game’ but the stakes couldn’t be higher in Adelaide.
Irish international Andy Keogh 'embarrassed' following arrest in Adelaide
The Perth Glory striker is said to have accepted “full responsibility for [his] poor behaviour”.
Race against time to save homes from bushfires, as weather conditions set to worsen
Temperatures are forecast to soar again above 38 degrees later this week. The region hasn’t seen fires this bad in three decades.
Aidan O'Brien's Adelaide comes from last to first to win Cox Plate in Melbourne
“It has been a wonderful feat,” Coolmore’s Australian racing manager James Bester said.
7 unbelievable things that happened in Australia's fierce heat
Melted shoes. Melted everything!
Man pays parking ticket with 5c coins
And, it has to be said, is pretty rude about it.
This father/daughter duet will melt your frozen heart
She’s four years old, and she’s hearing fireworks.
22-year-old Irishman killed in Australian road crash
Police in Adelaide said the man died after a crash in which his car rolled.
Hawks secure Grand Final berth against Swans
Hawthorn will play Sydney in the 2012 AFL Grand final after victory over Adelaide.
Thorpe 'up against it' in bid to win Olympic spot for Australia
The five-times gold medal has not seen his comeback go to plan, and admits he has struggled in his bid to get to London.
Julia Gillard calls leadership vote in Australia
Prime Minister Julia Gillard said a ballot is needed in order to settle the leadership question “once and for all”.
Penguins kidnapped from Australian island
Population of penguins on Granite Island has dropped from over 1,500 to less than 150 in only a decade.