Updated November 17, 2020 13:42:37A South Australian newspaper has published the names of more, if not more, of the deceased who were buried in a cemetery in a suburb of Adelaide.
Key points:The Herald Times newspaper will publish the names and ages of more people than ever beforeThe newspaper has been the site of an Australian War Memorial memorialThe Herald has published a series of news stories about the deaths of more Australians than the combined totals of all Australian states and territories.
The HeraldTimes newspaper will be the first in South Australia to publish the results of a death review into the mass graves of more South Australians than in all Australian States and Territories combined.
The paper will be publishing the names, ages and names of the dead, the Herald Times said.
It will also publish the locations of the graves, the names under the assumption they were identified in the initial investigation.
It is the first time the Herald has done so, following the deaths in the United States of more Americans, Australians and New Zealanders.
More than 100 bodies were found in a shallow grave near the town of Adelaide, south of Adelaide and south of Brisbane.
Police have said the remains are not yet identified, but that the deaths are suspicious.
The bodies were first discovered by a group of people who were on a walk in the early hours of Sunday morning, on the property of a family member, the Adelaide Coroner’s Court has heard.
Police and medical staff have been searching the area, but the bodies have not been located.
The coronial inquest into the deaths has been adjourned until at least Tuesday.
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