The Advertiser Parents’ plea for SA man facing death 2016-06-23T01:21:00.000000Z THE parents of an Adelaide man who may face the death penalty after being arrested for allegedly selling drugs in the Philippines have issued a plea for help to save their son. Xenophon near tears over attacks on family 2016-06-21T04:35:00.000000Z POPULAR SA senator Nick Xenophon has come close to tears on the ABC, as he described the impact his campaign is having on his family. WATCH THE VIDEO Aussie tourists injured in Vanuatu bus crash 2016-06-21T02:11:00.000000Z UPDATE: IT’S touch and go for some of the 10 Australians injured in a fatal bus crash in Vanuatu, medical authorities say. Poll shows Kate Ellis heading for shock defeat 2016-06-21T01:20:00.000000Z HIGH-PROFILE Labor frontbencher Kate Ellis is facing a shock defeat to the Liberals in her inner-city seat of Adelaide, internal ALP polling reveals. Young volleyball star gone too soon 2016-06-20T23:14:00.000000Z AN Adelaide family and the national volleyball community are in mourning after losing a young star in a fatal crash near Murray Bridge at the weekend. Twin baby dies in home birth tragedy 2016-06-20T13:30:00.000000Z POLICE are investigating the death of a twin baby boy after a home birth ended tragically in Adelaide last week, The Advertiser can reveal. ‘It’s still a prison. I feel like an animal’ 2016-06-20T13:12:00.000000Z REACTION to the first TV crew’s story to emerge from Nauru tonight ranged from stunned to cynical. And it was a surprise to Australia’s Immigration minister. Water supplies switched off over RAAF toxin fears 2016-06-20T12:20:00.000000Z TWO aquifers that supply water to market gardeners, businesses and parks in Adelaide’s north have been temporarily shut down in response to concerns over possible groundwater contamination in the area. Council declares war on this tree 2016-06-20T11:36:00.000000Z IT’S so easy to grow that there are thousands across Adelaide, but this tree has become too popular for its own good — and the local council wants to give it the chop. Council backflips on home kitchen inspections 2016-06-20T11:24:00.000000Z CHURCHGOERS who bake cakes for charity are celebrating a victory for “common sense’’ after a council backflip on plans to subject their kitchens to annual health inspections.