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Challenges for SA’s tourism industry
Challenges for SA’s tourism industry

TOURISM | Encouraging visitors to South Australia to venture beyond Adelaide, and ensuring the state is associated with more than just wine, are among key challenges faced by the tourism industry.

Speakers at an SA Tourism Industry Council tourism conference in the city yesterday described tourism a Full Story »

Tomorrowland is a Pandora’s box
Tomorrowland is a Pandora’s box

FILM REVIEW | Tomorrowland tells the story of Casey Newton (Britt Robinson), an inquisitive and resourceful teen on a quest to reach a futuristic land with the help of disgruntled former boy genius Frank Walker (George Clooney).

The calculating Athena (Raffey Cassidy) completes the dysfunctional tri Full Story »

Shiraz with time and place
Shiraz with time and place

PHILIP WHITE REVIEWS | Whitey has an enthusiastic schlurp of two Shiraz wines that’ll set you back three or four pints of beer in currency.

Yalumba Galway Vintage Barossa Valley Shiraz 2013
$19; 13.5% alcohol; screw cap; 80 points

You could call this very modern, or equally claim it’s a Full Story »

Chalk About acts out children’s wishes
Chalk About acts out children’s wishes

COME OUT FESTIVAL REVIEW | As the audience enters the Space Theatre, a soundscape featuring modern electronic music and children’s voices is playing.

Two performers in white tops and black pants explore the space through movement while chalking outlines of their bodies on the floor.

Choreograp Full Story »

Centre ArtBeat exhibition launch
Centre ArtBeat exhibition launch

As part of its community program Centre ArtBeat, the Adelaide Convention Centre recently hosted a launch event for local artists Alli Hill and Nikki Carabetta, whose exhibitions are open to the public until June 12.

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Glenelg North
Glenelg North

This modern beachside residence has curved external features and a heated indoor pool. Each of the three levels is serviced by an elevator, allowing access to spacious living areas. These open to tiled balconies with views of the ocean.

  • Address 12 Cygnet Court, Glenelg North
  • Price $2,000,000 – $ Full Story »
Batteries: the new power game
Batteries: the new power game

Comment | Energy storage is at the tipping point for reframing renewable energy as a genuine zero-carbon replacement for today’s fossil-fuelled energy grid, argues Adelaide technology entrepreneur Simon Hackett.

Anyone who pays attention knows that burning coal and other fossil fuels to generat Full Story »

Federal intervention sought in SA training debacle
Federal intervention sought in SA training debacle

Sponsored content | Business SA has joined calls for the Federal Government to intervene following the furore over the State Government’s changes to vocational education and training (VET) that has seen warnings of job losses and business closures.

The State Government’s announcement that 90 per 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 »

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Education through creative learning
Education through creative learning

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY HAWKE CENTRE | Dr Brent Hasty Director of MINDPOP will be speaking at The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre on Thursday 4 June 2015 about his ground breaking teaching approach using creative learning. Brent will discuss how arts education can be incorporated into learning in a w Full Story »

UniSA celebrates Refugee Week
UniSA celebrates Refugee Week

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY HAWKE CENTRE | Commencing Sunday 14 June Australia celebrates Refugee Week. Refugee Week, coordinated by the Refugee Council of Australia is Australia’s key activity to raise awareness about the issues affecting refugees and celebrate the positive contributions made by refu 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 »