Seven News Adelaide will make history when the first ever news bulletin from inside SA Parliament House at 6pm this Saturday.
Channel Seven will have live coverage from 5pm until late hosted by Seven News presenters Jane Doyle and John Riddell.
SA Decides will be the most comprehensive and high-tech election coverage ever produced by Seven News Adelaide.
Seven’s Hindmarsh studio will be transformed into Election HQ – with some of the nation’s leading political figures joining SA’s most experienced news team for a television event not to be missed.
Seven’s team includes the state’s most respected political reporter Mike Smithson, as well as Seven Network federal chief political correspondent Mark Riley.
Seven will cross live to more than a dozen key seats that will define this election. Seven’s team in the field includes award-winning reporters Jessica Adamson, Rosanna Mangiarelli, Mark Mooney and Andrea Nicolas.
Seven’s high-tech data software will provide an up-to-the-minute election scoreboard. As politicians learn their fate – viewers will too. All in real time.
There’s sure to be fireworks in the studio as Labor “Godfather” Don Farrell comes up against outspoken Australian Conservatives Senator Cory Bernardi. Retiring MP Jack Snelling will provide an insight into the state Labor machine, while Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young, Liberal MP Nicole Flint and InDaily’s leading political commentator, Tom Richardson, crunch the numbers.
Amelia Mulcahy will be covering the conversation on social media.
5pm – 6pm Jane Doyle and John Riddell present pre-poll closure State Election coverage.
6pm – 6.30pm Seven News with Jessica Adamson.
6.30pm – late Seven News State Election coverage presented by Jane Doyle and John Riddell with Mike Smithson, Mark Riley, Tom Richardson, Rosanna Mangiarelli, Jessica Adamson, Mark Mooney, Andrea Nicolas, Jack Snelling, Don Farrell, Nicole Flint, Sarah Hanson-Young and Cory Bernardi.