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Australia eyes one-day series win
Australia eyes one-day series win

CRICKET | Australia shaded South Africa in the pace stakes eight months ago in a thrilling Test series.

Now Australia’s next generation of fast bowlers are seeking to do the same in the ongoing one-day series on home soil.

If the hosts defeat the Proteas at the MCG on Friday, they will take an Full Story »

An economist’s defence of ABC cuts
An economist’s defence of ABC cuts

Comment | Cuts to the ABC will be good for Australians, argues Jason Potts.

Malcolm Turnbull’s well-telegraphed announcement yesterday that the ABC’s funding will be cut by A$254 million over five years is no surprise. But, broken election promise aside, this is actually something Australians a Full Story »

One woman performing as one endearing bloke
One woman performing as one endearing bloke

FEAST FESTIVAL REVIEW | Selina Jenkins’ creation, Beau Heartbreaker, is described as a “story-telling, down-to-earth country boy, a troubadour in an Akubra, and a bloody nice bloke”, which is a pretty apt description.

Beau Heartbreaker appears in a flannelette shirt, moleskins and Full Story »

Devilishly bold Tassie tinctures
Devilishly bold Tassie tinctures

PHILIP WHITE REVIEWS | When it comes to his first love, malt whisky, Whitey’s been unfaithful to Scotland - he’s in a new ménage with Japan and Tasmania.

Bailey’s Irish Cream liqueur is Ireland’s largest buyer of its milk. It’s a mix of whisky and cream or something a Full Story »

International praise for ‘elegant’ Adelaide Oval
International praise for ‘elegant’ Adelaide Oval

The Adelaide Oval redevelopment has received international praise from the Institution of Structural Engineers in London, winning an award for excellence in structural design.

The judges expressed admiration for the engineering designers’ response to several difficulties and challenges the project Full Story »

My Old Lady
My Old Lady

FILM REVIEW | With more than 70 plays under his belt, American writer Israel Horovitz makes his directorial feature film debut with My Old Lady.

Adapted from his 2002 play, the dramatic comedy brings together the indelible talents of Kevin Kline, Maggie Smith and Kristin Scott Thomas.

Kline and Scot Full Story »

Proximity opening night
Proximity opening night

Australian Dance Theatre recently celebrated the opening night of a return season of Proximity by Garry Stewart with a pre and post show party at the Dunstan Playhouse.

 

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A captivating new Hunger Games
A captivating new Hunger Games

FILM REVIEW | There is always a lot to fear when we get to the third film in this sort of franchise. We start getting titles with several sets of punctuation. We start seeing big names cast in small roles. We start to fear that the story will run out of ideas and momentum before it runs out of box o Full Story »

Paraquad rebranding event
Paraquad rebranding event

More than 100 guests attended the Paraquad South Australia rebranding event at Adelaide Oval this month. The not-for-profit community organisation will phase in its new name PQSA  starting in 2015.

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A fair go?
A fair go?

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY HAWKE CENTRE | Throughout its history South Australia has been a leader in the promotion of equal opportunity and human rights – pioneering rights for women in the 1800s, addressing race discrimination in the 1960s and decriminalising homosexuality in the 1970s. This commitment Full Story »

ART AFTER DARK pARTy
ART AFTER DARK pARTy

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY HAWKE CENTRE | Celebrate the Festive Season and enjoy exhibitions, films, music, poetry readings, food, beer, wine, workshops and more at amazing destinations throughout Adelaide’s West End cultural precinct.

Join us in the West End for a special ART AFTER DARK pARTy, featuring Full Story »

‘Not on my watch’: responsibility in the Essendon saga
‘Not on my watch’: responsibility in the Essendon saga

Commentary on Australian Football is a cliché-ridden business, so much so in fact that insiders will often deliver the cliché with a sprinkle of post-modern irony: witness One Week at a Time. There is a martial origin for a lot of the clichés used in sporting and political life, but one cliché i Full Story »