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Satirical series showcases South Australian wine regions
Satirical series showcases South Australian wine regions

SOUTH AUSTRALIA | South Australia’s wine regions star in the second season of satirical comedy Plonk, heralding a new frontier of tourism.

The web series takes an off-kilter look at the South Australia wine industry that is “part comedy narrative, part documentary”. The mockumentary follo Full Story »

Blackwood
Blackwood

This light-filled architecturally designed home is simple and sleek. Set on nearly 1500sqm of land, the property boasts seamless indoor-outdoor entertaining, a swimming pool, a full-size synthetic tennis court and manicured gardens. There is a master bedroom on the ground floor with en suite and b Full Story »

Stop making excuses for men who hurt women
Stop making excuses for men who hurt women

Comment | A woman who is raped receives a life sentence.

She will never again feel completely safe – either in her home or in public. Her relationships will be affected, her dreams haunted, her soul scarred.

Those of us who have never suffered such brutality can’t really imagine what that must f Full Story »

Poached quinces with sour cherries
Poached quinces with sour cherries

RECIPE | In Anatolia, Istanbul-born chef Somer Sivrioglu and food scholar David Dale explain the traditions and diversity of Turkish cooking, from the great banquets of the Ottoman Empire to the spicy snacks of Istanbul’s street stalls.

They reveal the rituals, folklore and wisdom behind 3000 Full Story »

What’s behind the vinyl comeback?
What’s behind the vinyl comeback?

MUSIC | In a music buying industry now dominated by iTunes and music streaming sites such as Spotify, Napster, Pandora and Jay-Z’s recently released Tidal, the CD and physical music store are reportedly in sharp (and potentially terminal) decline.

But a curious development in music consumption has Full Story »

Touch of the fumbles
Touch of the fumbles

AFL | The skies were angry that day, my friends … angry, like Paddy Dangerfield after a nifty knock to the knackers from Bernie Vince.

As the heavens opened in the third, the crowds either decamped to the nearest bar or reached for their trusty waterproof garbage-bag ponchos, leaving every remaini Full Story »

Girl About Town party
Girl About Town party

Adelaide public relations agency Girl About Town recently celebrated its first year with a ‘Great Gatsby’ themed party in Rymill Park.

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Love and secrets dominate opera double bill
Love and secrets dominate opera double bill

OPERA REVIEW | State Opera has an established tradition of staging modern operatic works and shorter, classical operas in its Netley Studio, which provides an opportunity for all the creative artists involved to experiment with their art and for Adelaide audiences to be introduced to a wider range o Full Story »

The end of our Adelaide United affair
The end of our Adelaide United affair

A-League | You know that day.

The day you board the flight home from the holiday you don’t want to end; the day you watch the last ever episode of that TV series you love; the day a dear friend or relative has to move out of town.

Your loss may not be permanent but it could be a while until the ne Full Story »

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Putting an Indigenous health curriculum front and centre
Putting an Indigenous health curriculum front and centre

Having the Hard Conversations, a symposium and roundtable hosted by Flinders University on April 21 and 22, will discuss strategies for making an Indigenous curriculum central, not peripheral, to courses in health education.

The program brings together Australian and overseas educators and experts t Full Story »

Nit-picking parents ‘killing kids’ love of sport’
Nit-picking parents ‘killing kids’ love of sport’

Flinders University research has found that many parents are unwittingly driving their children to quit sport because of intense, post-match grillings.

Dr Sam Elliott, who is a lecturer in Sport, Health and Physical Activity, and a member of the SHAPE Research Centre, at Flinders, found that some ni Full Story »

PhD grad’s zest for life, and life-long learning
PhD grad’s zest for life, and life-long learning

While most of his friends were contemplating their retirement years, Roderick Essery was embarking on a life-changing experience at Flinders University.

Dr Essery, 76, graduated this week with a PhD in Social and Behavioural Sciences (American Studies), making him the university’s fourth eldest Ph Full Story »