$100m power loan plan
A FORMER Adelaide woman facing the death penalty in the US could spend two years behind bars before her case goes to trial.
Mother-of-four and prison chaplain Lisa Marie Cunningham and her American husband are each charged with the first-degree murder and abuse of his daughter Sanaa, 7.
Her Murraylands family is in disbelief over the shocking allegations. AUTHORITIES are poised to flick the switch on a $100 million loan package to help South Australians reduce their power bills.
Under the proposed funding plan, households will be able to access low-interest finance packages to install solar panels and batteries.
The plan is an expansion of the State Government’s home battery scheme, reported in The Advertiser yesterday, which will put 40,000 subsidised batteries in SA homes.