South Australia

  • Indians denied permission to participate in an annual march in South Australia 6 days ago

    Melbourne: A group of retired 15 Indian defence officers in south Australia have been denied permission to participate independently in an annual march that commemorates the day 15,000 Indians with Australian and New Zealand forces landed in Turkey to fight during World War-I. While ANZAC Day Committee Chair, the organisers, have...
  • Test spinner Nathan Lyon moves to New South Wales April 25, 2013

    Sydney: Australian Test spinner Nathan Lyon has made an inter-state switch, leaving South Australia to join New South Wales, Cricket NSW said on Thursday. The New South Wales-born off-spinner, 25, has played 22 Tests and was named on Wednesday in Australia's touring squad to play in this year's Ashes series...
  • South Australia-India to enhance trade ties March 25, 2013

    Melbourne: South Australia rolled out a 10-year strategy to enhance trade ties with India by holding its first meeting of South Australia-India Council in Adelaide. State Trade Minister Tom Kenyon said the strategy identified key sectors of the economy that could take advantage of India's rapid development and create local...
  • South Australia hand Christian one-match ban November 20, 2012

    Sydney: Australian limited-overs international Daniel Christian has been suspended for one match by South Australia for smashing up three dressing rooms this season. Christian was punished after his frustration at being dismissed led to him damage dressing rooms at the Adelaide Oval, Bellerive Oval in Hobart and Perth's WACA ground. The...
  • Berry pans Aus' bowler-friendly pitches November 5, 2012

    Adelaide: South Australia coach Darren Berry says Australia's Test team are being undermined by the pitches used in domestic cricket which overwhelmingly favor fast bowlers. Berry said he and other state coaches would raise the issue with Cricket Australia this week. He said the production of green-top pitches designed to produce...
  • S.Aust govt says no plans to rename Adelaide Oval August 16, 2012

    Adelaide: South Australia's state government says it has no plans to change the name of the Adelaide Oval by selling naming rights to a corporate sponsor. Stadium manager Ian Collins said the sale of naming rights could raise as much as $20 million over five years, helping to balance the books...
  • You're safe: Aussie official writes to 4,787 students August 29, 2009

    Adelaide: The premier of an Australian state has taken the unusual step of writing a personal letter to each of the 4,787 Indian overseas students enrolled in his state, assuring them of their safety and welfare. South Australia Premier Mike Rann has written to Indian students highlighting not only his government's...