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Reds remain undefeated
Reds remain undefeated

A-League | Two goals in as many minutes from Pablo Sanchez has guided Adelaide United to a 2-0 win over Central Coast Mariners at Central Coast Stadium on Sunday.

The Spaniard opened his A-League account in the 40th and 42nd minute to keep the Reds’ undefeated start to the season intact and move h Full Story »

Richardson: Labor downloads Jay 2.0
Richardson: Labor downloads Jay 2.0

Comment | I suspect my late grandfather, God rest him, didn’t vote Labor much, or once, even, in his almost-91 years – though he was fond of Don Dunstan, in an apolitical sort of way.

The few times I dined at Don’s Table with my grandparents, the Don would instead perch himself at ours, ma Full Story »

What’s on in Adelaide
What’s on in Adelaide

WEEKEND PICKS | A surf-lifesaving club in the city, Bowerbird Design Market, fire spinning in Victoria Square and Feast Festival are among this weekend’s entertainment picks.

The Doug Anthony All Stars are also in town for just one more show, the State Theatre Company is presenting a new productio Full Story »

Media Week: Promises, promises
Media Week: Promises, promises

Adelaide | Today, comparing The Advertiser‘s editorials on broken promises, Collinswood under threat, protecting journalists’ sources, a plum media contract, and much more.

Compare and contrast

The Murdoch media has this week had its way, with the Abbott Government breaking its clear pre Full Story »

Lunch review: Insieme
Lunch review: Insieme

LUNCH REVIEW | Insieme’s proprietors, sisters Di Paul and Tania Favaro, go way back – some of you may remember them from Chianti in the days back when it was on the corner of Waymouth and Morphett Streets.

“Chianti was a very different place back then – we did lots of pizza, pasta and ca Full Story »

Pop-up art with an air of mystery
Pop-up art with an air of mystery

When you look at an artwork, do you evaluate it purely by its visual appeal? Or are you influenced by the identity of the artist, their inspiration and the context in which the work is presented?

These questions are at the heart of Stop! In the Name of Art!, an initiative that will see Rundle Mall t Full Story »

AGSA First Fridays launch
AGSA First Fridays launch

The Art Gallery of South Australia’s inaugural First Fridays event was attended by more than 200 guests who enjoyed a party atmosphere and took the opportunity to visit the Fashion Icons exhibition. First Fridays is a regular event held on the first Friday of each month when the Art Gallery i Full Story »

Woodstock Wine Estate launch
Woodstock Wine Estate launch

Woodstock Wine Estate celebrated the launch of its new “Twiggy” Blanc de Blancs and “Naughty Monte” Montepulciano at the Franklin Hotel this month.

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Hyde Park
Hyde Park

This modern, architecturally designed home cleverly brings the outdoors in. It features large windows, high ceilings, polished spotted gum floors and a kitchen with marble benchtops. It also includes a beautiful lap pool and a fully insulated, purpose-built wine storage room.

Find out more.

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Partners

Local film makers have One Eye on the big time
Local film makers have One Eye on the big time

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY FLINDERS UNIVERSITY | They’re sitting on a beach in Santa Monica, California, just days after winning the Jury Award in the Dark Matters Category at the Austin Film Festival for their film One Eyed Girl.

It’s warm, the sun is shining, they’re surrounded by sun loungers, and Full Story »

New medical device to make the mines safer
New medical device to make the mines safer

Dehydration can be a serious health issue for Australia’s mining industry, but a new product to be developed with input from Flinders University’s Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP) is set to more effectively help mine managers implement their health and safety policies.

Hydralert – a co Full Story »

’70s grads to revisit old memories at Flinders reunion
’70s grads to revisit old memories at Flinders reunion

More than 120 Flinders University graduates will relive past glories, revisit old friendships and create some new memories at a ‘70s alumni reunion in Adelaide tonight.

The alumni, who all went to Flinders University, or were in the first intake at Flinders School of Medicine, will meet at the Ade Full Story »