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Flourless Orange & Rosemary Cake
Flourless Orange & Rosemary Cake

RECIPE | “I love the dense texture of flourless cakes and I love all citrus cakes, so being able to combine the two, with rosemary for extra interest, is an added bonus,” Natalie Boog says in the introduction to this recipe from her new cookbook Courtyard Kitchen.

“I really enjoy using herbs i Full Story »

Towards First Light premiere
Towards First Light premiere

The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra presented the world premiere of Towards First Light: Gallipoli at 100 at the Adelaide Town Hall to commemorate the centenary of the Gallipoli landings.

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Logies toasts, roasts and bloopers
Logies toasts, roasts and bloopers

TELEVISION | Gold Logie winner Carrie Bickmore used her victory speech to get Australia talking about brain cancer, while Most Popular New Talent winner Miranda Tapsell called on casting bosses to put more Indigenous people on Australian television.

Offspring’s Asher Keddie picked up her fifth Full Story »

BankSA lifts profit to $121m
BankSA lifts profit to $121m

Banking | BankSA has lifted its profit by 4 per cent in the six months to 31 March, the bank announced today.

The increase in net profit after tax, compared to the same period last year, resulted in a $121 million profit for the bank.

BankSA said the result was due to an increase in home and busines Full Story »

Glenunga
Glenunga

This house is situated on a double corner block and comes with a swimming pool and a tennis court. A spacious kitchen with a casual dining area adjoins the family room. One of the upstairs bedrooms has views to the city, while the another is served by a fully tiled bathroom.

Showdown fall-out: Hinkley plays it cool
Showdown fall-out: Hinkley plays it cool

AFL | Relieved coach Ken Hinkley says Port Adelaide are “miles off” living up to their billing as an AFL flag fancy.

Hinkley’s Power banked a third consecutive victory on Sunday, a hard-fought 24-point triumph against arch rivals Adelaide.

But Hinkley says the win – 18.7 (105 Full Story »

United must look to Asia
United must look to Asia

Soccer | Adelaide United is likely to participate in the 2016 Asian Champions League and, if it does, the campaign will begin in February while the 2015-16 A-League season is in full swing.

Only $7.50 outsider Melbourne City can deny Adelaide seeing Asian competition again. If City defeats crosstown Full Story »

Beauty in the old, cold heart of Germany
Beauty in the old, cold heart of Germany

JOURNEYS | It was the start of February and the tail end of summer in Australia. I was sitting on a train and, outside my window, blinding white snowfields stretched in every direction. I wasn’t in Australia, you see – I’d gone to Germany, gone to catch the end of the cold.

The train was takin Full Story »

Samsung regains smartphone lead
Samsung regains smartphone lead

WASHINGTON | Samsung regained the lead in the global smartphone market in the first quarter, as sales in emerging markets helped it overtake Apple, a research group says.

IDC said Samsung sold 82.4 million smartphones in the first three months of the year, for a 24.5 per cent market share.

Even thou Full Story »

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Footy or skating, cats or dogs – they’re all winners!
Footy or skating, cats or dogs – they’re all winners!

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | Whether it’s a lap around the skate park, footy showdown fever or caring for our furry friends – RAA members have a wide range of interests, passions and responsibilities.

“With membership of 660,000, RAA is presented with many opportunities to support our members, an Full Story »

Safety Grants For Regional South Australia
Safety Grants For Regional South Australia

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | RAA Insurance’s Regional Safety Grants are targeted at creating safer communities for people in rural South Australia and Broken Hill.

Not for profit organisations, community groups, schools and registered charities, with a project or activity that will impact safety in t Full Story »

Island time in the South Pacific
Island time in the South Pacific

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | The South Pacific is a cruising mecca. RAA asked seasoned traveller Brad Crouch to check out a few of the region’s top island stops.

WARM waters, plenty of sunshine, colourful coral and friendly locals who run on laid-back island time – welcome to the South Pacific.

Wi Full Story »