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Watercress, leek and coconut soup
Watercress, leek and coconut soup

RECIPE | Food as medicine is not a new idea, but living in a world that is now consumed with processed foods and disease, one woman has chosen to take her cooking ingredients very seriously.

Six years ago Lee Holmes was hospitalised with chronic fatigue; she was a 42-year-old single mother with a Full Story »

The censorship and subversion of the screen kiss
The censorship and subversion of the screen kiss

SCREEN | Name your favourite screen kiss, go on, Leo and Kate in Titanic, Audrey and George in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, James Stewart and Kim Novak in Vertigo?

Here’s guessing it doesn’t feature Woody and Nina who, two weeks ago in reality-television land, staged a world record attempt (and u Full Story »

My  Backyard: Adelaide Hills
My  Backyard: Adelaide Hills

SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Poet, writer and bookseller Rachael Mead recommends taking the road less travelled when you’re exploring the Adelaide Hills.

As part of InDaily’s My Backyard series, she shares some of her favourite hills haunts – including top spots for eating, drinking and shopping.

Where i Full Story »
Libs rush to support under-fire Hockey
Libs rush to support under-fire Hockey

Economy | Deputy Liberal leader Julie Bishop has thrown her support behind Joe Hockey amid reports his job’s at risk if the federal government performs badly in next month’s Canning by-election.

Fairfax Media reports two unnamed cabinet ministers have told Prime Minister Tony Abbott to d Full Story »

Beaumont
Beaumont

This home is set at the end of a tree-lined driveway. The residence features a modern kitchen with an adjacent meals and family room, four bedrooms, a study and three bathrooms, including a large en suite. Outside there is an entertaining area, beautiful gardens and a double garage.

Adelaide’s weekend auction results
Adelaide’s weekend auction results

Auctions | Twenty properties were sold at or before auction in the week to Saturday, according to data prepared for Domain by APM Property Data.

The 61 per cent clearance rate resulted in sales worth more than $7.7 million, for a median sale price of $485,500.

The top price achieved was $906,000 fo Full Story »

How social media is shaping art
How social media is shaping art

Comment | Art Gallery of South Australia director Nick Mitzevich ponders the new power of the image rendered through social media and considers its impact on art, artists and museums.

An artist friend of mine has more than 60,000 followers on Instagram. Every hour or so his work is seen by thousands Full Story »

Touch of the Fumbles
Touch of the Fumbles

AFL | Hey Port, tell ya what. We’ll trade you your 2000 extra members for a spot in the finals? No?

In truth, I was slightly relieved that the Crows had fallen behind the Power on the “official” membership table, as my general predilection for backing hapless underdogs has always felt a bit in Full Story »

Port set to play Dockers’ B team
Port set to play Dockers’ B team

AFL | Fremantle coach Ross Lyon will sit down with his team’s medical staff this week to decide which players to rest for Saturday’s AFL clash with the Power in Adelaide.

The Dockers are set to rest a host of their best players for the Power clash after wrapping up the minor premiership Full Story »

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Marine sciences to drive $100bn blue economy
Marine sciences to drive $100bn blue economy

Flinders scientists have contributed to the bold 10-year plan for Australia’s marine economy, which is forecast to grow three times faster than the nation’s gross domestic product over the next decade.

The National Marine Science Plan 2015-2025, which was launched by the Minister for Industry a Full Story »

Flinders to teach our teachers about autism
Flinders to teach our teachers about autism

Flinders University is to design and teach a specialised postgraduate course in teaching children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) to 80 teachers from across SA with $700,000 funding from the State Government.

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Young playwright wins again
Young playwright wins again

For someone whose first love is acting, Holly Brindley pushes a mean pen.

Holly has just won the State Theatre Company’s Flinders University Young Playwright Award for the second time, and is in rehearsal with two actors and a director for a public reading of her play Cat, to be presented at t Full Story »