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Restaurant review: Little NNQ
Restaurant review: Little NNQ

RESTAURANT REVIEW | It appears there will finally once again be a successful and worthy Gouger Street restaurant where the old La Guillotine used to prosper.

Little NNQ, the sister restaurant of the hugely successful Ferryden Park eatery Nghi Ngan Quan, opened in the prime spot after a bid to open Full Story »

Tom Richardson: A truly bad week
Tom Richardson: A truly bad week

Comment | It hasn’t been a good week for the human race.

On Thursday, July 17, Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine. 298 people died. 37 Australians.

On the same date, in Adelaide, the Premier was informed that a Government care worker had been arrested and charged wit Full Story »

What’s on in South Australia
What’s on in South Australia

WEEKEND PICKS | Rug up before heading to the Hills to sample cool-climate reds and hearty winter fare, or stay indoors and enjoy the creativity of the Waterhouse winners at the SA Museum and the best of Nordic cinema at the Scandinavian Film Festival.

Other weekend events include the opening of the Full Story »

The Keeper of Lost Causes
The Keeper of Lost Causes

SCANDINAVIAN FILM FESTIVAL | This screen adaptation of Danish crime writer Jussi Adler-Olsen’s first Department Q novel is being screened as part of the Scandinavian Film Festival.

Directed by Mikkel Norgaard, it begins with an almost whimpered “bang”, swiftly dispensing of lead character Dete Full Story »

Hyde Park
Hyde Park

This circa-1880 bluestone villa sits on a corner allotment, with garden views from almost every room. It has been restored and updated, but retains character features such as polished Baltic pine floorboards, high ceilings, a wide hallway and leadlight windows. The gourmet kitchen has French doors t Full Story »

Low rates a risk: Parkinson
Low rates a risk: Parkinson

Treasury boss Martin Parkinson fears low global interest rates are making investors more keen to take on risk.

Financial markets seem more concerned about “missing out” on gains than making losses, he said in London.

Evidence of this risk appetite is reflected in limited reactions to rec Full Story »

Beaumont Tiles boss gets the gong
Beaumont Tiles boss gets the gong

Adelaide | Bob Beaumont, managing director of the Adelaide-based national tile retailing company, has been named the Champion of Entrepreneurship in the 2014 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year awards.

Bob now represents South Australia and the Northern Territory at the national awards in Nov Full Story »

AFL form guide: Rutten, Porps out
AFL form guide: Rutten, Porps out

AFL | Adelaide have axed veteran defender Ben Rutten and experienced forward Jason Porplyzia for Sunday’s all-important match against Collingwood.

The 10th-placed Crows have included Luke Thompson, David Mackay, Mitch Grigg, Jarryd Lyons and Matt Crouch in their 25-man squad for the MCG fixtur Full Story »

Nibali supreme leader of Tour
Nibali supreme leader of Tour

CYCLING | Vincenzo Nibali confirmed his supremacy at the Tour de France with his fourth stage victory on Thursday.

The 29-year-old Italian won the 18th stage from Pau to the top of the Hautacam climb after 144.5km of mountainous terrain in the Pyrenees.

In doing so the Astana rider increased his ove Full Story »

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Art gives scrapped microscopes a second life
Art gives scrapped microscopes a second life

The microscope is central to science as both tool and a symbol – now a new exhibition at Flinders University’s City Gallery puts the quintessential instrument of scientific enquiry into a new, provocative role.

Curated by Flinders Art Museum staff Fiona Salmon and Maddie Reece, The Microscop Full Story »

Instant chemistry at PhD speed dating
Instant chemistry at PhD speed dating

Big business met big brains on Wednesday night at Flinders New Venture Institute’s first ever  ‘PhD Speed Dating’ event.

PhD Speed Dating is an innovative concept created by the NVI to help local business people discover what PhD candidates could do to boost their business practices and botto Full Story »

Barriers preventing post-stroke care
Barriers preventing post-stroke care

For stroke victims, rehabilitation is crucial to their recovery.

But a Flinders University study conducted in Singapore found that rehabilitation rates following discharge from hospital are poor because of gaps in the continuum of stroke care.

The study – published last month in the International Full Story »