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Gill Hicks speaks out against Syria bombings
Gill Hicks speaks out against Syria bombings

Adelaide | London terrorist bombing survivor and peace activist Dr Gill Hicks has spoken out against Australia joining US bombing strikes in Syria, telling an Adelaide audience that “you can’t bomb an ideology”.

Hicks, who had both legs amputated below the knees after the attack on 7 July, 200 Full Story »

Linden Park
Linden Park

This house includes five bedrooms, a large study, four bathrooms, two living areas, an in-ground pool and a double garage. Two of the bedrooms feature en suite bathrooms, and the residence comes with a large backyard.

  • Address 18 Mariner Street, Linden Park
  • Price at auction 
  • Agent Harcourts
  • Bedro Full Story »
Media Week: Quirky projects, Cornesy’s context
Media Week: Quirky projects, Cornesy’s context

Media | This week, former ABC directors unveil their quirky next projects, the wider context of Graham Cornes’s column on women in the AFL, farewell to a tough SA journalist, and much more.

The quirky projects of former ABC directors

Two former ABC state directors have launched some quirky pro Full Story »

What’s on in South Australia
What’s on in South Australia

WEEKEND PICKS | This weekend’s highlights include a festival of food and wine in the city, a pop-up exhibition in Glenside Hospital’s Z Ward, ex-Hunters & Collectors Mark Seymour playing at The Gov, a curated market of vintage fashion and handmade accessories, and a last chance to see Et Full Story »

Lunch review: The Bridgewater Mill
Lunch review: The Bridgewater Mill

LUNCH REVIEW | When the rain falls over the Adelaide Hills some of that water trickles into a creek that runs past the historic Bridgewater Mill.

That running water turns what was once a powerful mill wheel for the production of flour, but is now a magnificent water feature for diners, thanks to wi Full Story »

AMA: Medibank standoff poses serious risks
AMA: Medibank standoff poses serious risks

Comment | The warning came some time ago, when Medibank described itself as a ‘sleeping giant’ set to awaken and show its muscle. The results are a standoff that could herald a major and dangerous paradigm shift in our health system.

What we are seeing is an impasse between Medibank Private and Full Story »

South Adelaide Football Club Ladies’ Day
South Adelaide Football Club Ladies’ Day

Members and guests at the South Adelaide Football Club’s recent Ladies’ Day event enjoyed lunch, fashion and football at Hickinbotham Oval, Noarlunga Downs.

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AFL form guide: Some stars back, Cotchin out
AFL form guide: Some stars back, Cotchin out

AFL | Lance Franklin, Matthew Pavlich and Jeremy McGovern are key inclusions this weekend but Richmond captain Trent Cotchin is a surprise omission from side to face Essendon.

Cotchin will sit out the must-win match against the Bombers with a back complaint as the Tigers look to keep driving their t Full Story »

Walking the Camino Portugues
Walking the Camino Portugues

PORTUGAL | After watching her two sons bravely travel the world throughout their teenage years, Adelaide Hills resident Lara Marich decided the next adventure would be her own.

A number of years ago, I read the book The Year We Seized the Day by Elizabeth Best and Colin Bowles and I was captivated Full Story »

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The Rosie Batty Story
The Rosie Batty Story

2015 Australian of the Year Rosie Batty will share her personal story and message about domestic violence at The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre on Saturday 10 October at 2.00pm.

Rosie Batty rose above her personal tragedy and the great loss of her 11 year old son, Luke, who was the victim of dom Full Story »

The Future of Higher Education in Australia
The Future of Higher Education in Australia

Higher education in the twenty-first century is undergoing profound metamorphosis. In a neo-liberal age of privatisation, will universities adapt or perish? What is the right business model for universities, and what role do governments have in providing adequate funding for teaching and research? W Full Story »

After the Fall: Content, Context and Co-Creation After the Decline of Print Media
After the Fall: Content, Context and Co-Creation After the Decline of Print Media

Rapidly changing consumption habits are forcing newspaper companies across Europe to question business models, products and practises that kept them successful for decades.

As part of the Hawke EU Centre for Mobilities, Migrations and Cultural Transformations Annual Lecture Series, Ralf Blomqvist wi Full Story »