Wednesday, February 29, 2012

SA: Main stories in today's Adelaide newspapers

AAP General News (Australia)
SA: Main stories in today's Adelaide newspapers

ADELAIDE, Feb 13 AAP - The main stories in today's Adelaide Advertiser:

Page 1: Historic day for Australia as Prime Minister Kevin Rudd prepares to say sorry
to the stolen generations.

Page 2: SA MP Bob Such says provocative messages on t-shirts encourage sexual assaults.

Page 3: Several former Liberal government MPs expected to retire within months setting
up a series of federal by-elections.

World: Divorce of the century gets underway as Paul McCartney and Heather Mills go
to court (London). Military prosecutors to seek the death penalty for September 11 conspirators.

Thieves steal paintings from a Swiss museum worth $182 million ((Zurich). New tiny flying
dinosaur found (Washington).

Finance: Uranium exploration in South Australia's Arkaroola wilderness suspended indefinitely.

AWB vows to scrap dual-class share structure. Australian share market closes higher.

Sport: Adelaide Crows coach Neil Craig wants his players to go alcohol free this AFL
season. Only Lleyton Hewitt and Casey Dellacqua likely to qualify for Australia's Olympic
tennis team. Sri Lanka beats India in one-day cricket in Canberra.

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