Liberal leader Steven Marshall claims victory in SA

Liberal leader Steven Marshall has claimed victory in the South Australian election, declaring it a new dawn for the state after 16 years of a Labor government. Mr Marshall will take over from Labor’s Jay Weatherill as premier with the Liberals likely to win at least 24 seats, enough to govern in their own right. ‘It’s been way too long between drinks for the Liberal Party in South Australia,’ a jubilant Mr Marshall, told the cheering crowd.

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RAW: Memorial for murdered Sydney man Mark ‘Sharky’ Russell

March 18, 2018. Raw footage: The scene at the Saturday memorial service in Woolloomooloo in Sydney of Mark Allan Russell, who was found stabbed to death in his Surry Hills unit on Sunday, February 25. The 53-year-old – a huge Cronulla Sharks fan who was often called “Sharky – had only recently moved into the unit after spending almost two decades living rough on the city’s streets. Mr Russell was farewelled by his sister Julia Ann Stewart alongside his children Shane and Abbey at a memorial service on Saturday and his family have made an appeal for the public’s help to catch the killer. (AAP Video/Julian Drape)

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