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Don’t panic: congestion won’t destroy our cities
Don’t panic: congestion won’t destroy our cities

Comment | The Australian Government is throwing money at big urban road projects based on a fear that may well be unfounded, argues Peter Newman.

There is a new fear on the block. Not just ISIS, home invasions, wind turbines and the budget deficit, but now we must fear … traffic congestion.

The In Full Story »

Hindmarsh Island
Hindmarsh Island

This gorgeous, architecturally designed home overlooking the Murray River is set on more than 45 hectares of land. The residence, constructed using limestone from the property, features a grand entrance over two levels and a family room with panoramic views over the Murray River to Currency Creek, F Full Story »

Hockey willing to examine “Buffett rule”
Hockey willing to examine “Buffett rule”

Taxation | Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey is willing to look at the concept of a “Warren Buffett rule”.

But he says high earners already pay a large proportion of the tax take.

This weekend’s ALP national conference agreed to consider an Australian version of the rule – named a Full Story »

Dancers channel their inner aliens
Dancers channel their inner aliens

DANCE | Watching films in the Alien and Predator sci-fi franchises was required research for performers in contemporary dance piece Fanatic.

After all, how else could they learn how extra-terrestrials move?

Fanatic – created by Adelaide choreographer Larissa McGowan and described as an “inter-st Full Story »

An Italian family tradition
An Italian family tradition

RECIPE | Each year Mitolo wines owner and second-generation Italian Frank Mitolo makes a batch of home-made pork sausages with his father Bruno. They make enough to last the family the whole year.

“It is a family tradition that has been passed down through many generations,” says Frank.

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Bruno an Full Story »

ASO Does Disco
ASO Does Disco

MUSIC REVIEW | The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra has found a winning formula.

You take the faultless musicianship of the orchestra, add vocalists – one star among them – plus a punchy brass section, some geeky, cheeky comedy from conductor Guy Noble, and voila!

Bums on seats.

The formula worked at Full Story »

BioSA networking event
BioSA networking event

High-tech industry business incubator BioSA recently held a networking event at the BioSA conference centre at Thebarton.

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INTERVIEW: Johnston on being ignored by Aust soccer
INTERVIEW: Johnston on being ignored by Aust soccer

Soccer | In the final part of our interview with Liverpool soccer great Craig Johnston, he talks about life after retirement, the innovative Predator boot, and how he’s standing ready to add his expertise to Australian soccer – but his approaches have been ignored.

Paul Marcuccitti: Beca Full Story »

Lunch review: Leonards Mill
Lunch review: Leonards Mill

LUNCH REVIEW | Leonards Mill has something no other destination restaurant in South Australia can boast: proximity to Kangaroo Island.

Located at Second Valley, a pretty coastal hamlet just 20 minutes from the island ferry at Cape Jervis (and a 90-minute drive from Adelaide), it sources produce fro Full Story »

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New website reveals Australian cannabis usage
New website reveals Australian cannabis usage

You’re three times more likely to crash while on it; 30-39 year olds are most likely to have had a puff; 18-24 year olds used it most in the past 12 months; a third of all Australians over 14 years old have used it; yet most Aussies are really against it.

These are among the latest findings on Aus Full Story »

Looking to extend health tests at the pointy end
Looking to extend health tests at the pointy end

Extending on-site medical testing could lead to major health benefits for Australia’s rural and remote residents and also create substantial savings for the country’s health system.

A $95,000 Flinders University study funded by the Emergency Medicine Foundation will determine the patient ben Full Story »

Primary health care in focus at research summit
Primary health care in focus at research summit

The issue of 40,000 unnecessary admissions by elderly Australians to emergency departments, a web tool that helps GPs predict bowel cancer, and a new health framework for Indigenous Australians by Indigenous researchers will all be discussed at the Primary Health Care Research Conference at the Adel Full Story »