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Anzac Day: A letter from Johnnie
Anzac Day: A letter from Johnnie

Adelaide | Among the treasured possessions of Adelaide grandmother Dorothy Smith when she passed away were the letters she had kept and read regularly throughout her whole life – letters which often moved her to tears.

The letters were from her brother John Burden, sent to her from active duty Full Story »

Abraham: Fighting corruption the SA way
Abraham: Fighting corruption the SA way

Comment | If you need a crash course in the gung-ho way Sydney goes about fighting corruption and the hoity-toity way things are done in Adelaide, look no further than the websites of both organisations.

Talk about a tale of two cities. This is ‘Sin City’ versus the ‘City of Decons Full Story »

Healing the world ‘one bite at a time’
Healing the world ‘one bite at a time’

Adelaide | It’s common for environmentalists to decry the impact of grazing animals on the land, but farmer Joel Salatin  – a self-described “Christian libertarian environmentalist capitalist lunatic” – is used to the debate.

His response is that without animals, biodi Full Story »

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

WEEKEND PICKS | An exhibition of photographs and field recordings by Australian war artist Shaun Gladwell at the Samstag Museum of Art offers an insight into the experience of soldiers in the 21st century – a timely showing as the nation honours its servicemen and women this weekend.

Other Weekend Full Story »

The Amazing Spider-Man 2
The Amazing Spider-Man 2

FILM REVIEW | The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro is as audacious as it is entertaining.  While it may not reach the dizzy heights of Marvel’s best movies, it still packs in enough lavish action, special effects and comic-book japes to satisfy fans of the genre.

There’s a great de Full Story »

The Other Woman
The Other Woman

FILM REVIEW | The Other Woman is Hollywood’s latest buddy flick for women, following the recent trend set by movies such as Bridesmaids and The Heat.

Directed by Nick Cassavetes, the story kicks off with hard-nosed, glamorous lawyer Carly (Cameron Diaz) finally finding a man for whom she’ Full Story »

Charity film screening
Charity film screening

Australian Sponsorship 4 African Kids (AS4AK) held a screening of The Monuments Men followed by a supper at the Piccadilly Cinema in North Adelaide, raising money to help feed and educating children in Ghana.

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Adelaide
Adelaide

This penthouse apartment features a large rooftop balcony and entertainer’s terrace of about 92sqm. It is located at the top of the building’s north-western corner and offers nearly 300sqm of living space over two levels. There are three spacious bedrooms including a a master bedroom wi Full Story »

Facebook profit triples
Facebook profit triples

Facebook profits nearly tripled to $US642 million ($A688 million) in the first quarter of 2014 on a 72 per cent surge in revenues, the company has reported.

Advertising revenues on the huge social network were up 82 per cent from a year ago, the company said.

Of that, earnings from mobile ads compri Full Story »

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Flinders strengthens ties with nearest neighbour
Flinders strengthens ties with nearest neighbour

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY FLINDERS UNIVERSITY | Flinders University will enrich its long-standing relationship with Australia’s nearest neighbour by commencing discussions on the establishment of an Indonesia Cultural House with the backing of the University of Gadjah Mada in Yogyakarta.

The concept – Full Story »

Letters from the front tell an ANZAC’s story
Letters from the front tell an ANZAC’s story

Like many children of war veterans, Daphne Elliott knew little of her father’s experiences in the First World War until the discovery eight years ago of a cache of 120 letters written by ANZAC soldier Arthur Davison to his parents in Sydney.

In retirement, Dr Elliott, a former biochemist at Flinde Full Story »

100 years on: the Anzac spirit lives
100 years on: the Anzac spirit lives

We thought we knew something of the horrors of war, but we were mere recruits, and have had our full education in one day.

Lieutenant Ronald McInnis from Mackay. A Gallipoli veteran of the 53rd Battalion

Between 2014 and 2018 Australia will commemorate the Anzac Centenary, marking 100 years since ou Full Story »