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Remembering SA’s migrant hostels
Remembering SA’s migrant hostels

Adelaide | Heidi Brasse was only a small girl when she arrived in Adelaide with her family from Germany, but her father’s diary helps her to remember.

“Food that you could throw to pigs and the beds squeaked like mad. The countryside here, though is really rather beautiful,” noted her fath Full Story »

Fix the train stations & people will come
Fix the train stations & people will come

Comment | One of the most powerful barriers to a progressive, seamless and popular rail system for Adelaide is the city’s unattractive, unsafe-looking train stations.

Ask any of our transport planners for their vision for the Adelaide network and I doubt any of them would mention customers first & Full Story »

Home-made hot cross buns
Home-made hot cross buns

RECIPE | In 16th-century England, bakers were restricted by law to making spiced buns only on certain occasions. One of these was Good Friday, when the symbolic ‘cross buns’ were sold warm, as the rhyme ‘one a penny, two a penny, hot cross buns’ attests.

This recipe [from Mastering the Art o Full Story »

Maigret: classic crime novels revived
Maigret: classic crime novels revived

BOOKS | Before Kurt Wallander, before Harry Hole, and before Mikael Blomkvist and Lisbeth Salander, the lone, towering figure of non-Anglo-American detective fiction was Maigret.

Appearing in 75 novels and 28 short stories, Chief Inspector Maigret of the Flying Squad was the creation of the late aut Full Story »

Bridget Jones: Mad about the Boy
Bridget Jones: Mad about the Boy

BOOK REVIEW | “A text is gone at the brush of a fingertip, like a nuclear bomb or Exocet missile. Dating Rule Number 1: DO NOT TEXT WHEN DRUNK.”

Helen Fielding, creator of the legendary Bridget Jones, has again unleashed her calamitous heroine on devoted fans in Bridget Jones: Mad about the Full Story »

Poem: Transition
Poem: Transition

POET’S CORNER | On the eighth anniversary of Poet’s Corner, InDaily features a poem from John Miles, who has compiled the contributions since they were first published in The Independent Weekly.

Transition

The autumn Robbie left out of work
and down on luck for Khancoban and the pondage
I re Full Story »

Spare Tables launch
Spare Tables launch

More than 300 people attended the launch party at Zenith Interiors for new online restaurant booking system SpareTables.com.au.

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Seacliff Park
Seacliff Park

This one-year-old residence features an in-ground pool and spectacular ocean views. It has floor-to-ceiling double-glazed windows with recessed remote-controlled block-out blinds. A four-person elevator provides easy access to the upstairs study area and bedrooms, or down to the large, walk-in ce Full Story »

The Forager: Openings, festivals, debates
The Forager: Openings, festivals, debates

Food news | In today’s column, new bar and cafe openings, looking forward to Tasting Australia, penalty rates and plenty of other news.

Openings

There have been some interesting new openings around town at the cafe/bar end of the market.

Penny University has added to the off-Rundle food boom, Full Story »

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Flinders announces next Vice-Chancellor
Flinders announces next Vice-Chancellor

Flinders University has attracted a distinguished academic who has taught and researched at some of the world’s leading universities to be its next Vice-Chancellor. Professor Colin Stirling will take up the position for a five year term on the retirement of the incumbent, Professor Michael Barber, Full Story »

Flinders students win Playford Trust scholarships
Flinders students win Playford Trust scholarships

Four students from Flinders University’s Faculty of Science and Engineering have just received a prestigious Playford Memorial Trust scholarship to advance their research in areas of strategic importance for South Australia.

Students Jessica Buss, Carmen Da Silva, Paul Hughes and Jason Smith accep Full Story »

Cash flow management set to get easier
Cash flow management set to get easier

There is an old saying about business that ‘cash is king’ and it still rings true to this day. Cash flow is one of the most critical components of success for a small or medium sized business and with cloud based accounting solutions you could become the ‘king of cash flow management.’

“Wi Full Story »