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Trump and Sanders win in New Hampshire

Billionaire businessman Donald Trump has won New Hampshire's Republican presidential nominating contest, and Democratic Senator Bernie Sanders has beaten Hillary Clinton.

AP 2

Tennis umpires banned for corruption

Two tennis umpires were banned last year, one for life, for breaches of the sport's code of conduct for officials, world governing body the International Tennis Federation has revealed.

Adelaide Fringe

Fringe laughs with Hannah Gadsby

Comedian and “art nerd” Hannah Gadsby will be premiering her new stand-up show Dogmatic at Adelaide Fringe. Here, she talks about weird Fringe experiences, Taylor Swift, and her self-appointed role as actress Ruby Rose’s understudy.

Food & Wine

The Forager

Fresh at the market: Pears

Locally grown new-season pears are available now and into autumn, perfectly timed for making this end-of-summer recipe for pear, fig and grape tart.

Books & Poetry

Book extract: The Illuminations

Memory, war and love are central themes of this Man Booker Prize-longlisted novel by Andrew O’Hagan, who will be a guest at this month’s Adelaide Writers’ Week.

Arts & Culture


More Sport


United's La Rocca out for three

Adelaide United utility Iacopo La Rocca has been slapped with a three-match A-League ban for violent conduct against Sydney FC's Matt Simon.


Sweet FA for Liverpool as Cup dream sours

Angelo Ogbonna headed home a winning goal in the dying minutes of extra time to give West Ham a dramatic 2-1 victory over Liverpool in their FA Cup fourth round replay on Tuesday night, UK time.


People's Choice Credit Union building opening

More than 100 guests celebrated the official opening of the new People’s Choice Credit Union head office on Flinders Street last week.


Real Estate