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Health retreat proposal for historic Martindale Hall
Health retreat proposal for historic Martindale Hall

Clare Valley’s historic Martindale Hall – which featured in the classic film Picnic at Hanging Rock – could be turned into a wellness retreat and luxury resort under a proposal put to the State Government.

The Georgian-style sandstone mansion, built around 1880 and consisting of 32 rooms plus Full Story »

Artwork traces turbulent history
Artwork traces turbulent history

SALA | Visual artist Lauryn Arnott’s experiences living in South Africa and Zimbabwe have strongly influenced the artwork in her 2015 SALA exhibitions.

Arnott believes that looking to the past can help shed light on the future, and says her work focuses on the journeys and transformations people m Full Story »

Silver Lies, Golden Truths
Silver Lies, Golden Truths

BOOK REVIEW | Reinhold “Jack” Shuster was fortunate that he was not interned during both world wars.

He was a German soldier who had entered Australia illegally, and who once signed correspondence with “Heil Hitler”. Yet although he was monitored as an “enemy alien”, community support in Full Story »

Poems: wrap & garden
Poems: wrap & garden

POET’S CORNER | In today’s Poet’s Corner, Rory Harris of Adelaide gives some more bygone views of suburbs, kin and childhood.

wrap

the bird, maybe
a sparrow

wrapped its claws
around the overhead line

& as kids
we would go inside

the closest house
& turn on a light

& return to t Full Story »

Tap for Teacher launch
Tap for Teacher launch

More than 50 representatives from the education, business and technology sectors attended the launch of new temporary relief teacher placement app Tap for Teacher at The Glass House on Gouger Street, Adelaide.

 

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Glenelg
Glenelg

This seventh-floor apartment overlooks Glenelg Beach. It includes a well-appointed kitchen, a home theatre area, three bedrooms – all with built-in robes – a master bedroom with an en suite, a wrap-around balcony and a gas fireplace.  The building also has a gymnasium, pool, spa, plun Full Story »

SA food company secures China deal
SA food company secures China deal

Exports | A South Australian food processing company has secured a major deal to distribute its products in 150 cities across China.

Beston Global Food Company will supply the Dashang retail group with dairy, meat, seafood and health foods.

“Our two companies share a common objective of taking Full Story »

The Forager:  Bridgewater Mill cranks again
The Forager: Bridgewater Mill cranks again

THE FORAGER | In this week’s column: New life for an Adelaide Hills institution, awards for the state’s best restaurants, making a different kind of cheese, a book club where you can taste the recipes as you read them, and new producers for the Central Market.

Mill makeover

The iconic Br Full Story »

Grassroots: Local footy round-up
Grassroots: Local footy round-up

local footy | In this week’s wrap of local footy news, the Crows hold out hope for a SANFL finals appearance, North’s coach search, the public schools championship, and strange scores in country football.

Crows in SANFL finals race

One of the form SANFL sides over the past month, the Ade Full Story »

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Going straight, or straight back inside?
Going straight, or straight back inside?

A new book Young Offenders by Flinders University criminologists looks at the factors behind recidivism based on a 10-year study.

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Bishop resignation won’t end impact on Coalition
Bishop resignation won’t end impact on Coalition

Rodrigo Praino, Flinders University

When the Bronwyn Bishop “choppergate” scandal broke, it could have disappeared into oblivion without any major consequence. Instead, it grew disproportionately and culminated in the Speaker’s resignation on Sunday.

Bishop’s charging of the taxpayer more th Full Story »

Art museum shares its riches
Art museum shares its riches

The University of Oxford Ashmolean Museum is using its world-leading collection of antiquities to enrich the university’s academic programs – and Flinders is looking to follow this lead.

The Ashmolean Museum’s University Engagement Program director Dr Giovanna Vitelli will explain the program Full Story »