GLASGOW | Australia’s Commonwealth Games chef de mission Steve Moneghetti is meeting with Eric Hollingsworth after the athletics head coach was suspended from his job.
Athletics Australia (AA) stood Hollingsworth down on Wednesday after he released a statement attacking Olympic champion Sally Pearson on the eve of her Commonwealth Games 100m hurdles title defence.
Announcing the suspension, AA president David Grace slammed Hollingsworth’s action, saying AA “condemns in the strongest terms his disparaging comments about Sally Pearson and his timing”.
Grace said Hollingsworth’s continued role in the Games team would be determined by the Australian Commonwealth Games Association.
Although suspended by AA, he is still accredited for the Games and can access the at Full Story »
The renovated Warradale Hotel has been named the state’s best overall hotel at the Australian Hotels Association SA annual awards, winning accolades for the way it has met the challenges of the modern pub scene.
“When The Warradale first opened in 1963, like most hotels in the state until the mid-90s, it was owned by the South Australian Brewing Company and they were all built the same,” said AHA SA general manager Ian Horne.
“You wouldn’t recognise it now. In the last two years, the hotel has undergone a significant renovation.
“Millions of dollars have been spent on The Warradale. It has all the components of a traditional pub – dining areas, bars, gambling – that now sit comfortably within the modern footprint of a social centre and economic and social driver for the com Full Story »
FOOD & WINE | This week The Forager shares some great old and new food destinations in the suburbs that are definitely worth firing up the GPS for; new bars around town, and chocolate grief.
Tucked away in the leafy maze that is Colonel Light Gardens, The Stranded Store fits right into the new incarnation of the suburban corner store: a quietly fabulous establishment offering everything from good coffee and gourmet goodies to lazy breakfasts, inspired casual lunches using local produce and the occasional pop-up dinner. The Stranded Store is licensed for those mornings when a glass of sparkling or a bloody Mary is in order, and there is also house-made lemonade made from Adelaide Hills lemons and fresh mint.
If you blink you’ll miss the narrow pedestrian lane that l Full Story »