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Morrison rejects Kidman cattle sale

Treasurer Scott Morrison has told the Chinese company wanting to buy Australia's largest private landholder - South Australian-based S Kidman and Co - that its planned purchase is contrary to the national interest.

Arts & Culture

What's on: maestros, morsels, magic and more

From music maestros and a feast of theatre, to fine fare at Tasting Australia and the opening of the SA History Festival, there’s plenty of entertainment on offer.

Arts & Culture

Food & Wine


Adelaide's Pablo Sa‡nchez Alberto reacts with team mates after scoring a goal against the Central Coast Mariners last month. Photo: David Mariuz, AAP.

No passengers, and no heroes, on United's title quest

We could be outraged that not one player from the premiership side was selected in the A-League's team of the season. But, argues Paul Marcuccitti, it could be symbolic of the fact United's resurgence has been built on team success - not individual heroics.


Injuries decimate Port ahead of season-defining game

Young Port Adelaide tall Dougal Howard faces a massive assignment in just his second AFL game, Saturday night's must-win match against Richmond, as the Power limp to the MCG decimated by injury, suspension and flagging form.


Freo's walking wounded limp into town

Fremantle captain David Mundy admits it's been hard to keep morale from crashing in the wake of the club's winless start to the AFL season, but as the side jets into Adelaide to face the in-form Crows, he's confident the team will turn its form around.


Talking about football

Sydney Swans general manager of football Tom Harley spoke to clients and friends of accounting firm HLB Mann Judd and law firm Hunt & Hunt at an event at the Hunt & Hunt offices this month.



Real Estate