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Adelaide Fringe

Trainspotting live: there are no safe seats

"Don't wear white." That's the director's advice for people attending Adelaide Fringe performances of Trainspotting – an immersive, boundary-pushing show in which there are no safe seats.



Adam Liaw's Sashimi Salad

A feast for the eyes and the tastebuds, this dish from Adam Liaw's new cookbook The Zen Kitchen combines mixed sashimi with crispy wonton strips, salad leaves and a spicy onion and garlic vinaigrette.


Mile Jedinak celebrates with fans after his Socceroos won the 2015 AFC Asian Cup - a success for Australia both on and off the field. Photo: Quentin Jones / AP
Manton St Tales

Should Australia consider going back to Oceania? No, no, no.

Planned changes to World Cup qualification have prompted renewed speculation about Australia's future in the Asian Football Confederation. But, Paul Marcuccitti insists, the move to Asia was never merely about World Cup qualification - and its benefits go far beyond that.


Ablett out, Barlow in at Suns

Former captain Gary Ablett has been left out of Gold Coast's leadership group for the 2017 AFL season and ex-Docker Michael Barlow has been drafted in, without having played a game for the club.

Real Estate


West Torrens Summer Festival

The City of West Torrens recently hosted the first event in its Summer Festival program - an outdoor screening of The Jungle Book at the West Torrens Memorial Gardens, along with live entertainment and food trucks.