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Phil Walsh’s son charged with his murder
Phil Walsh’s son charged with his murder

Adelaide | Adelaide Crows coach Phil Walsh has been stabbed to death in a killing that has stunned the sporting world.

The 55-year-old died from multiple stab wounds allegedly following an argument with his son, who has been charged with murder.

Walsh died inside his house in a beachside Adelaide su Full Story »

Camporeale to coach, Worsfold joins Crows team
Camporeale to coach, Worsfold joins Crows team

AFL | Phil Walsh’s coaching mentor John Worsfold will join the Adelaide Crows for the remainder of the season as coaching director, while assistant and Carlton premiership player Scott Camporeale will take the reins as interim senior coach.

The club this morning confirmed the coaching revamp broug Full Story »

Encounter Bay
Encounter Bay

This two-storey home is just metres from the sand. Ocean views take in Granite Island, Seal Rock, Wright Island and The Bluff.  Upstairs is a large living room, opening to an undercover deck. A timber-panelled lift leads to the lower level, where there is a large dining space with a well-appoint Full Story »

Mary Poppins is still a quirky delight
Mary Poppins is still a quirky delight

THEATRE REVIEW | “We’d better keep our eyes on this one,” says Michael Banks, “she’s tricky.”

He’s describing the almost-perfect Mary Poppins, who has magically arrived with her umbrella down the chimney into his family’s Cherry Tree Lane home.

Michael and his sister Jane have been t Full Story »

Lunch review: Kangkong
Lunch review: Kangkong

LUNCH REVIEW | Not only is Topham Mall experiencing a renaissance, so is chef Matt Miles who heads up Kangkong, a modern Asian restaurant which sits at the Waymouth Street entrance.

Before we start on Miles’ new break, it must be said what a fantastic result all the enthusiasm for redeveloping Top Full Story »

Stars shine in winning design
Stars shine in winning design

An abstract design inspired by the night sky has won the Australian Furniture Design Award (AFDA) announced last night in Adelaide.

The piece, titled The Sun, The Moon and Me, is by Sydney industrial designer Seaton McKeon.

Acting as a mirror and a light fitting, with the use of LED lighting and a c Full Story »

Brocante City Studio launch
Brocante City Studio launch

Angaston interiors establishment Brocante In The Barossa launched its Adelaide store – Brocante City Studio – this month, with invited guests treated to local artist Lucy Brewin demonstrating the creation of a one-off work of art.

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SA economy shows ‘solid improvement’
SA economy shows ‘solid improvement’

ADELAIDE | The South Australian economy has performed better over the past year than most people think, according to a report released in Adelaide today.

However, global factors – including Greece’s financial troubles – are creating an increased level of uncertainty for both the state and nati Full Story »

When legislators abandon principle
When legislators abandon principle

Comment | The last 800 years of English and Australian law since the signing of Magna Carta has involved a gradual development of the most important doctrine of Westminster democracy – the separation of powers.

Make no mistake: the strength of our democracy, our freedom of speech and express Full Story »

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The Red Professor’s extraordinary life
The Red Professor’s extraordinary life

Few people can have a CV to rival Fred Rose’s: Cambridge University graduate, remote area meteorologist, anthropologist, alleged Soviet spy, eminent East German academic and Stasi informant.

To be fair, despite his questioning by the Petrov Royal Commission over suspicions that he was the agent co Full Story »

Cisco gets Academic at Flinders
Cisco gets Academic at Flinders

The newly established Cisco Academy at Flinders University is ready to start teaching this month, presenting a unique opportunity for current and future Cisco network professionals to gain and renew their certification in South Australia for the first time.

A provider of network systems worldwide, Full Story »

Youthworx creating opportunities for marginalised young people
Youthworx creating opportunities for marginalised young people

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY HAWKE CENTRE | Youthworx is a social enterprise, creating valued roles for young people and a business that provides affordable video production, partially established by Jon Staley.

The aim of the organisation is to engage students in a way that is creative and fun in order to d Full Story »