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Waterfront dispute: Jay won’t rule out riverside residents
Waterfront dispute: Jay won’t rule out riverside residents

ADelaide | Premier Jay Weatherill has distanced himself from a suggestion by the head of his Government’s urban development agency that “we want people living on the riverbank”, including west of Morphett St – but he has refused to rule it out.

As InDaily reported yesterday, Renewal SA c Full Story »

The Forager: Luxury bars, new chef for Olea
The Forager: Luxury bars, new chef for Olea

THE FORAGER | In this week’s column: Electra House gets a revamp, Olea chef moves on, Adelaide’s first champagne bar opens, a honey cellar door in the Adelaide Hills, single-origin flour and a chance to create your own food event for Tasting Australia.

Changes for Electra House

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Cramps cruel Kokkinakis’ Open hopes
Cramps cruel Kokkinakis’ Open hopes

Tennis | Thanasi Kokkinakis is struggling to digest the most painful defeat of his burgeoning career after severe cramps cruelled his US Open campaign in New York.

The Australian teenage ace threatened to pull off a major upset before having to retire early in the fifth set of his first-round clash Full Story »

Stephen Fry to help celebrate SA gay rights milestone
Stephen Fry to help celebrate SA gay rights milestone

Exclusive | English writer, actor and TV host Stephen Fry is coming to Adelaide for a special event celebrating the 40th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in South Australia.

The Don Dunstan Foundation and Adelaide Festival Centre are presenting the November 29 talk, which will s Full Story »

The story of the red-haired woman
The story of the red-haired woman

CABARET | Societal stereotypes about red-haired women will be confronted head-on in new unconventional cabaret #KickAssREDS .

The show opens at the Rhino Room later this month, and here Adelaide writer-director Michèle Saint-Ives tells Heather Taylor Johnson what audiences can expect – inclu Full Story »

Magnums, methuselahs and Mick Jagger
Magnums, methuselahs and Mick Jagger

PHILIP WHITE OPINION | Reporting on a subject that is sacred to your readers is one of the most difficult tasks for a writer.

One of the pinnacles of Gonzo vainglory appeared in CREEM magazine in October 1975 – some bright spark at the punk fanzine hired the poet Charles Bukowski to review a R Full Story »

‘Volpone’ opening night
‘Volpone’ opening night

Guests at the opening of State Theatre Company’s current production Volpone enjoyed a cocktail reception at the Festival Centre last week.

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Glen Osmond
Glen Osmond

This residence has four bedrooms, a home office, a modern kitchen with an adjoining casual dining room, and two bathrooms. Other features include an elegant living room with bay window, a fireplace, parquet flooring, a cellar, a covered outdoor entertaining patio, a swimming pool and a double carpor Full Story »

Rising tide of plastic hits close to home
Rising tide of plastic hits close to home

Comment | The oceans are being increasingly polluted with plastic and the worst impacted area for seabirds is close to home for Australians, write researchers Chris WilcoxBritta Denise Hardesty and Erik van Sebille.

Many of you may have already seen a photograph of the kind above, of a bird& Full Story »

The Vanguard: Adding value to GPS
The Vanguard: Adding value to GPS

Innovation | It’s a version of the old adage of ‘selling coals to Newcastle’: an Adelaide-based partner of international GPS applications company, Geotab, is sending products developed locally to the big multinational’s head office in Canada.

Securatrak has just launched an innovative GPS-ba 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 »