Dylan Voller has written a note thanking the Australian community for its support since footage was broadcast of his abuse in juvenile detention in Darwin.
The revolting incident has relatives of other residents concerned their loved ones are at risk. Stacey Lee reports.
South Australian crossbenchers have combined to push for changes to the state's gambling laws, including a $1 limit on pokies bets.
Adelaide's cycling infrastructure will receive a makeover, through funding from the state government and city council.
The South Australian Greens want a parliamentary inquiry to scrutinise the treatment of greyhounds involved in the state's racing industry.
An Adelaide prisoner remains at large after being turned away by corrections staff when he tried to return from temporary leave.
A leading disability advocate says IT issues are preventing the proper rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Workers at steel producer Arrium are to resume negotiations on a proposed pay cut to help save the troubled company.
Police say floodwaters have cut a number of roads across South Australia.
The South Australian government has rejected a claim that submarines built overseas will be cheaper than those built on Australian soil.
There will be three direct flights a week from Adelaide to Guangzhou under a new deal being finalised with China Southern Airlines and the SA government.
Stolen military medals from WWI and WWII have been found discarded next to a road and handed in to police in Adelaide.
The South Australian opposition is pushing for legislative changes that would make it easier for aged care residents and their families to film abuse.
New research is calling on authorities to address widespread prison corruption in Australia, the US and the UK.
The South Australian opposition says the time allocated for scrutiny of the state budget has been cut.