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Hi from Bendigo, Just wondering if I could get the details on SA plate 27155 from an Australian Six...
I'm afraid I don't know the answer to that question Geoff but the author of this article, Patricia...
This is a bit of a long shot - but did the Mrs Alma (Kemp) Barber have anything to do with the Alma...
Adelaide’s very first Gay Pride March took place on Saturday 15 September 1973.
The J Reedman Memorial Drinking Fountain was erected in Creswell Gardens on 7 September 1929. It is made of Angaston marble and signifies the achievements of John Cole Reedman, an Australian sports legend.
Built between 1882 and 1884, South Australia's only colonial warship was a veteran of three major conflicts and still exists today as a breakwater at Heron Island on the Great Barrier Reef
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