October 11, 2012, saw a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for many people, with spring snow covering Mt Lofty and Hallett, a farming community north of Adelaide.
People of all ages dashed to Mt Lofty to enjoy the unusual weather and make the most of this rare event.
Cameraman Lloyd Thornton and weather reporter Melody Horrill were in the thick of the chilly weather and caught all the fun and action on film. Below is Lloyd's cut of his favourite pieces of footage from the morning.
In May 2012, after a long and emotional wait, the Aboriginal people of the Lake Eyre region finally have native title. 7News reporter Tim Noonan and cameraman Lloyd Thornton captured the Arabunna people gathering from near and far to see their unbroken link with this land formally recognised.
In May 2012 Kylie Furneaux was awarded the 2012 Taurus World Stunt Woman’s Award. Nobody was prouder than her parents in the Adelaide Hills.
Loy and Peter Burford shared a few insights with 7News reporter Tim Noonan and cameraman Paul Martino into the challenge of being the parents of a stunt woman half a world away. They also share some relief that she is now considering a change of career.
At the end of July, 7News reporter Tim Noonan and cameramen Grant Marshall and Alex Fragnito were invited on a tour of two of Adelaide's biggest cranes, at the site of the new South Australian Medical Research Institute.
From the cranes, they had a spectacular view of Adelaide, often only experienced by crane operators, like Rod Timms.
Rod allowed Tim into the crane's cage, and along the crane's arm, 51 metres out from the 55 metres tall crane.
Below, you can see even more of the great video of Tim, Alex and Grant's trip up the crane, as compiled by 7News editor, Steve Sard.
In July, 7News sent a crew to report on the horrific situation in Somalia, where the country is struggling through the worst famine situation the UN has seen since 1992.
Reporter Adrian Brown and 7News Adelaide cameraman Rob Brown flew to the country, to see first hand the devastation where reportedly half the population of Somalia are at risk of famine.
Below, Rob has edited some video of the hospital in Dadaab, in Kenya, about 100 kilometres from the Somalian border and recent estimates believe about 440,000 refugees are camping there, in what's believed to be the world's largest refugee camp.
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