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Richardson: Protest crashes through irony barrier
Richardson: Protest crashes through irony barrier

Comment | Back when I was spending far too long studying an Arts degree at Adelaide Uni, then-Education Minister Amanda Vanstone paid the campus a visit to speak at a graduation ceremony.

This was just a tad controversial, since Vanstone had endeared herself to the student fraternity by cutting vari Full Story »

Adelaide’s suburban house of straw
Adelaide’s suburban house of straw

In the minds of many, using straw bales to build houses is an activity reserved for the likes of tree-changers and tree-huggers – if not, for three little pigs.

But enthusiasm is building in Adelaide suburbs for the traditionally rural and regional building material.

The extreme insulation eff Full Story »

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

WEEKEND PICKS | SALA on Show, gigs by Megan Washington and veteran rock musician Russell Morris, a Winter Food & Wine Festival, Fork on the Road, and Meryl Tankard’s The Oracle - these are just some of the events to check out this weekend.

Megan Washington

Singer-songwriter Megan Washington i Full Story »

Restaurant review: Kaffana
Restaurant review: Kaffana

RESTAURANT REVIEW | Kaffana is a small bar with the biggest of hearts.

Situated along one of Adelaide’s reinvigorated “laneways”, it is a family-run enterprise where the owner, Peter Vujic, operates the bar and Mum runs the kitchen.

Initially opened only as a Serbian bar specialisi Full Story »

Meryl Tankard’s The Oracle opening night
Meryl Tankard’s The Oracle opening night

The opening night and Adelaide premiere of Meryl Tankard’s award-winning contemporary dance production The Oracle was held at Dunstan Playhouse this week.

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St Peters
St Peters

This bluestone villa has been fully renovated. It includes four double bedrooms, the main with an en suite and a walk-in robe. The house features an elegant formal dining room with open fireplace, and a kitchen with parquet flooring, Caesar-stone benchtops, gas cooking and stainless-steel applian Full Story »

Profit down, dividend up for Santos
Profit down, dividend up for Santos

Adelaide | Santos has lifted its dividend to shareholders, despite a 24 per cent slide in its first half profit as write-downs in Indonesia offset higher production and sales.

The oil and gas producer made a net profit of $206 million for the six months to June 30, down from $271 million a year ago. Full Story »

The Crows conundrum
The Crows conundrum

AFL | Adelaide have coughed up a golden opportunity to book an AFL finals appearance and Brenton Sanderson knows it.

At three-quarter time, the Crows looked a side that had climbed the mountain and needed just to put a flag on top.

An early goal put Adelaide 11 points ahead, running towards the goal Full Story »

Peter and Alice – the wonder of Neverland
Peter and Alice – the wonder of Neverland

THEATRE REVIEW | At what point do we grow up? This question pierces the heart of John Logan’s play Peter and Alice, which was sparked by the report of a 1932 meeting of Alice Liddell Hargreaves and Peter Llewellyn Davies in a London Bookshop. They were there for the opening of a Lewis Carroll cent Full Story »

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Flinders aims to SHAPE future of SA sport
Flinders aims to SHAPE future of SA sport

Some of South Australia’s top sporting figures will make presentations at a symposium to launch Flinders University’s new Sport, Health and Physical Education Research (SHAPE) Centre today in Adelaide.

Port Adelaide player Hamish Hartlett, AFL Premiership winning coach David Parkin, and State Op Full Story »

First phase of ambitious Indigenous art project
First phase of ambitious Indigenous art project

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY FLINDERS UNIVERSITY | Four academics from Flinders University’s Yunggorendi First Nations Centre have received funding for a project that will see them collaborate as multi-media artists.

Yunggorendi Director Simone Ulalka Tur and lecturers Ali Gumillya Baker, Faye Rosas Blanch Full Story »

Flinders bolsters future health workforce
Flinders bolsters future health workforce

Australians are living longer than ever before; creating a strong demand for a future health workforce with the skills to support the country’s ageing population.

Flinders University is responding to the need for more aged care professionals by producing a new cohort of highly-skilled health gradu Full Story »