26 May, 2022

Category: <span>News</span>


Even 1079 Life FM hosts cringe at some of the Christian songs they have to play

6 March, 2022

6 March, 2022

Adelaide’s family friendly easy-listening radio station has long been known for the playing the latest inoffensive pop tunes, subtle messaging,...

“I’m not into drama” says woman subscribed to 27 Tea Tree Gully Facebook Groups

25 February, 2022

25 February, 2022

Anne Steze-Hill proudly proclaims she is not one for drama, however her dependence on local neighbourhood facebook group discussion may...

Premier wonders if his Photoshop skills will fool anyone

23 February, 2022

23 February, 2022

After opposition leader Peter Malinauskas posed for a series of shirtless photos at the Adelaide Aquatic Centre last week, Premier...

Adelaide Rams fan very disappointed

14 February, 2022

14 February, 2022

After seeing a constant stream of betting company advertisements stating that the Rams would be playing a big game this...

Gepps Cross Home HQ responsible for 30% of SA divorces

10 February, 2022

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Researchers have found that nearly a third of all South Australian divorces can be contributed directly to a single source,...

Adelaide Mail launches new kids’ alternate news service “Below The News”

4 February, 2022

4 February, 2022

South Australian children have grown tired of being pushed a constant mainstream narrative by the Adelaide produced “Behind The News”...

Guy who loved Casino’s Loco Bar drink stock market now heaps into crypto

27 January, 2022

27 January, 2022

HODL THE LIME: In the early 2000’s when the Adelaide Casino first figured out the fact that they could further...

Everyone laughs at the big fake googly eyes, but nobody is laughing about the big fake dildo we put on Scotty

17 January, 2022

17 January, 2022

In our desperate attempt to gain approval from local hilarious meme-lords and bumper-sticker-merchants, Shit Adelaide, we here at Adelaide Mail...

Confused InCels gather in Kingston to get a glimpse of what they assume is a statue of their hero

13 January, 2022

13 January, 2022

TRENT BARTLETT Throngs of twenty-something men adorned with bearded necks and armed with copies of the house-cleaning manual 12 Rules...

Keith Martyn’s 2022 South Australian Almanac painfully blunt yet precise

11 January, 2022

11 January, 2022

The Prince of Pascals, Keith Martyn, has once again accurately summarised South Australian circumstances in his annual (yearly) almanac. Whilst...