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Seacliff Park
Seacliff Park

This large modern home has impressive city and coastal views. It features a downstairs theatre room with surround sound and a built-in wet bar. There is a wraparound tiled and timber-decked entertaining area with a swimming pool and spa.

  • Address 2 King George Close, Seacliff Park
  • Price $1,100,0 Full Story »
The Forager: White House and whisky
The Forager: White House and whisky

THE FORAGER | In this week’s column: A new name and a new chef for a favourite Adelaide Hills restaurant, McLaren Vale gains its first whisky distillery, chestnut season, and flowers and cheese for Mother’s Day.

From strength to strength

Restaurateur Sophie Zervas has already done a grea Full Story »

Four-pot perk for SA brewery workers
Four-pot perk for SA brewery workers

HISTORY FESTIVAL | Back in the day, SA Brewing Company workers were allowed to take four six-minute breaks each day to enjoy a pot of beer.

Not surprisingly, the brewers found it easy to hire employees, even when other industries were suffering from labour shortages.

But workers were also accident-p Full Story »

Grassroots: SA footy round-up
Grassroots: SA footy round-up

Local footy | In our weekly round-up of South Australian football news and characters, Peter Argent reports on a young Crow’s bizarre season start, a unique footy record, and a Central Districts’ player joining a unique AFL “club”.

Young player kept in the dark

Dylan Ribbons Full Story »

The Vanguard: Challenging the status quo
The Vanguard: Challenging the status quo

INNOVATION | Glyn Brokensha’s experience as a physiologist, a general practitioner, a psychotherapist and now an entrepreneur is contributing to significant declines in staff turnover rates within Australian businesses.

His psychometric survey – Expr3ss! – first launched in Sout Full Story »

Winners and losers in solar battery plan
Winners and losers in solar battery plan

Comment | Energy market regulators have to take action now to adjust to the emerging new world of battery storage, argues Craig Froome.

Tesla’s plans to use its new battery storage system to power homes will provide households with more opportunities to reduce bills. But it will also cause headach Full Story »

Chalk About draws on the blackboard of life
Chalk About draws on the blackboard of life

COME OUT CHILDREN’S FESTIVAL | Choreographers and dancers Christine Devaney and Leandro Kees have used more than 2000 pieces of chalk during touring performances of their engaging dance-theatre work Chalk About.

The show, part of this month’s Come Out Children’s Festival in Adelaide, explo Full Story »

Push to tap SA’s nature tourism potential
Push to tap SA’s nature tourism potential

SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Tourism industry representatives across South Australia are this week workshopping ideas to increase tourism based around the state’s national parks, reserves and waterways.

The series of forums will contribute towards the development of a draft nature-based tourism action plan, Full Story »

Much Ado About Nothing
Much Ado About Nothing

THEATRE REVIEW | Much Ado About Nothing may not win over a lot of people who aren’t Shakespeare fans, but for the converted, it’s a vibrant surge of magical comedy.

For the most part, the University of Adelaide Theatre Guild’s production is the discriminating laughter-fest and exhibition sough Full Story »

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Game Sense promises smarter AFL players
Game Sense promises smarter AFL players

Australian Rules Football is in the process of rethinking the way it approaches coaching and teaching the game, and Flinders University’s Dr Shane Pill is among those leading the charge.

Dr Pill, a senior lecturer the School of Education, was a keynote speaker at the pre-season AFL National Coachi Full Story »

Footy or skating, cats or dogs – they’re all winners!
Footy or skating, cats or dogs – they’re all winners!

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | Whether it’s a lap around the skate park, footy showdown fever or caring for our furry friends – RAA members have a wide range of interests, passions and responsibilities.

“With membership of 660,000, RAA is presented with many opportunities to support our members, an Full Story »

Safety Grants For Regional South Australia
Safety Grants For Regional South Australia

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | RAA Insurance’s Regional Safety Grants are targeted at creating safer communities for people in rural South Australia and Broken Hill.

Not for profit organisations, community groups, schools and registered charities, with a project or activity that will impact safety in t Full Story »