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The Forager: Dinner and a movie
The Forager: Dinner and a movie

THE FORAGER | In this week’s column: A place to wine and dine before and after the movies, a favourite bakery comes to the city, a TV dinner at Hentley Farm, how to use up excess seasonal produce at the Duke of Brunswick Hotel, locally made coffee pods, and more new eateries and pop-up action Full Story »

Coromandel Valley
Coromandel Valley

This spectacular house is nestled in the hills and boasts extraordinary views. Formerly set up as a hotel, the home features open-plan living spaces with sheets of south-facing glass to take in the valley views. Each of the five bedrooms have en suite bathrooms with spa baths. The award-winning k Full Story »

Circa’s Carnival of the Animals
Circa’s Carnival of the Animals

COME OUT FESTIVAL REVIEW | Is there a more joyous sound than a roomful of children laughing and squealing with delight?

Circa’s Carnival of the Animals is inspired by French composer Saint-Saens’ beautiful music, and the acrobatics and animal antics of the performers had the young audie Full Story »

Malthouse sacked as Carlton coach
Malthouse sacked as Carlton coach

AFL | UPDATED: Mick Malthouse has been sacked as coach of AFL club Carlton.

Malthouse was sacked by the Blues on Tuesday after a bitter falling-out with the club’s board and chief executive Steven Trigg, with president Mark LoGiudice blaming “a loss of trust between the club and coach Full Story »

Social media sackings threaten press freedom
Social media sackings threaten press freedom

Comment | Cracking down on journalists’ social media use is likely to suppress freedom of the press, argues Collette Snowden from the University of South Australia.

The one defining ideal of journalism is the belief that journalists should “speak the truth” even when the truth may be conte Full Story »

Leaving it all to the imagination
Leaving it all to the imagination

PHILIP WHITE OPINION | Pay a moment to a genuine wine taster’s dilemma.

We have a lot of discussion about the ethics of tasting wines unmasked and whether such products can be professionally and fairly appraised by a taster who knows their identity.

Those who insist all wine should be evaluate Full Story »

‘Wayward octogenarian’ a cabaret hit
‘Wayward octogenarian’ a cabaret hit

ADELAIDE CABARET FESTIVAL | Cabaret singer Ray Jessel was in his 70s before he began performing, but the man dubbed the “witty, wayward octogenarian” is now recognised all over America thanks to an appearance last year on a TV talent show.

His chosen song for America’s Got Talent was a cheeky Full Story »

What MasterChef teaches us about food
What MasterChef teaches us about food

FEATURE | TV cooking show MasterChef has had an impact on Australians’ eating and cooking habits, but it glosses over some of the harsher realities of the restaurant industry, write Katherine Kirkwood and Michelle Phillipov on The Conversation.

The MasterChef juggernaut of old appears to have Full Story »

A spirit for good eyewear design
A spirit for good eyewear design

DESIGN | Champagne, tequila, malt, gin and shiraz are ingredients that bring a touch of indulgence to a regular Friday evening.

They also feature in the recipe for success of South Australian designer, jeweller and metalsmith Peter Coombs.

They are the names of the five designs in Coombs’ latest Full Story »

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High-tech adventure for enterprising children
High-tech adventure for enterprising children

Everyone wants to be a millionaire, but who wants to be an entrepreneur?

Flinders University last week hosted a visit by Year 7 students and staff from Christie Downs Primary School in one of the first school-age projects to promote high-tech business enterprises, education and career paths at the Full Story »

A Day in Cairns
A Day in Cairns

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | If you’re strolling through a Botanical Garden dotted with crocodile warning signs there’s a fair chance you’re in a place that’s still a bit wild. And although in recent years Cairns has grown from a rough and ready harbour town into a modern seaside city, it still Full Story »

Hoi An, Vietnam – port of call on the Maritime Silk Road
Hoi An, Vietnam – port of call on the Maritime Silk Road

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | Here’s a tip for improving your town’s chance of receiving UNESCO world heritage listing. Let it slip off the radar for a hundred years or so. From the 15th to the 19th century Hoi An was one of Vietnam’s busiest international shipping ports, and home to traders from Full Story »