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Lunch review: Downtown HDCB
Lunch review: Downtown HDCB

LUNCH REVIEW | There has been a steady appreciation building within the Adelaide food scene for the American style of smoked meats cooked using a “low and slow” method.

Slow-cooked pork takes on a distinctly smoky flavour when barbecued, and is at the heart of lunch options such as the Pulled Po Full Story »

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

This weekend marks the start of one of South Australia’s favourite visual arts events – the South Australian Living Artists’ Festival (SALA), with a feast of exhibitions to explore.

Other picks include the opening of the musical Grease is the Word, two new OzAsia exhibitions at th Full Story »

Should we risk more design competitions?
Should we risk more design competitions?

There’s a perverse irony in the apocryphal tale of the design competition for the Sydney Opera House in 1956. The story goes that, after the selection of the group of finalist designs, the Finnish-American architect on the jury, Eero Saarinen, re-examined the pile of rejected entries and reinstat Full Story »

Opera review vital, says Sexton
Opera review vital, says Sexton

A national review into opera in Australia has been welcomed by State Opera of South Australia CEO Tim Sexton, who believes more funding should flow to the state companies.

The Federal Government review will look at government funding and the financial position of opera companies including Opera Aust Full Story »

Wine Capital on Holland
Wine Capital on Holland

More than 800 wine and food enthusiasts enjoyed wines from 50 South Australian wineries matched to organic food provided by stallholders at the Wine Capital on Holland event held at the Market Shed on Holland.

 

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Toorak Gardens
Toorak Gardens

This luxurious Georgian residence is situated on a large corner allotment in the inner eastern suburbs. It features north-facing family areas, wood-burning and gas fireplaces and an indoor-outdoor bar room for entertaining. There is a heated pool and a spa, and an automated garden watering system. Full Story »

AFL form guide: Thompson back for Crows
AFL form guide: Thompson back for Crows

The Crows will be eager to maintain their momentum with a home game win after jumping into the top eight last weekend for the first time this season.

Adelaide regains onballer Scott Thompson for Saturday’s Adelaide Oval clash with West Coast, after the two-time club champion missed last week’ Full Story »

Clean Seas reports strong kingfish growth
Clean Seas reports strong kingfish growth

ADELAIDE | Clean Seas Tuna says it is ahead of its target for yellowtail kingfish production, with strong market demand also fuelling increased sales in the June quarter.

“The company has grown 1390 tonnes of hiramasa yellowtail kingfish in the financial 2014 year, compared to the prior year of 27 Full Story »

Dear mining boom, where’s my job?
Dear mining boom, where’s my job?

Comment | Less than a decade ago, graduates were being sent on a conveyer belt to help out in the burgeoning resources industry, but now they are asking: What mining boom?

There is a strong streak of journalism in my family. But thanks to dyslexia, literacy and the arts were never my strong point t Full Story »

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Economist warns of growing ‘forces of inequality’
Economist warns of growing ‘forces of inequality’

“I think Australia has done reasonably well in offsetting some of the forces of inequality but there is a lot of evidence that suggests that more recently we are going in the wrong direction.”

Flinders University economist and Principal Research Fellow of the National Institute of Labour Studies Full Story »

Boost for SA brain injury program
Boost for SA brain injury program

A peer support program for families living with an acquired brain injury (ABI) in South Australia will benefit from a $100,000 funding boost.

Established in 2013, Families4Families Inc has just secured an additional $100,000 from the Julia Farr MS McLeod Benevolent Fund to continue and extend its fa Full Story »

Flinders celebrates new School of Health Sciences
Flinders celebrates new School of Health Sciences

A plaque to mark the official opening of Flinders University’s new School of Health Sciences was unveiled by Mrs Leesa Vlahos MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier of South Australia, at a reception this week at Flinders University Victoria Square

The July 29 launch was held to celebrate Full Story »