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Anti-bikie rush “reeks of ineptitude”: criminologist
Anti-bikie rush “reeks of ineptitude”: criminologist

Adelaide | The State Government has been slammed for rushing anti-bikie laws through parliament late last week, just months before three parliamentary inquiries into organised crime legislation are due to be completed.

Under the new laws 10 bikie clubs will be prohibited from recruiting new members Full Story »

Brand loyalty linked to online interaction
Brand loyalty linked to online interaction

Marketing | Once upon a time, customer loyalty largely depended on the friendly and helpful shop assistant.

But in today’s digital age, it is more about the quality of a company’s online service, research by software giant SAP shows.

The report, based on a poll of 3,000 Australians, foun Full Story »

Bryan Dawe’s bringing trouble to Port Adelaide
Bryan Dawe’s bringing trouble to Port Adelaide

Political satirist Bryan Dawe is looking to cause mischief and shenanigans at Port Adelaide’s Waterside Workers’ Hall on Thursday night.

Dawe is known for many roles – including on Clarke & Dawe (with John Clarke) and as Sir Murray Rivers QC – but most people would be unaware he is also Full Story »

My Backyard: Clayton Bay & the Southern Fleurieu
My Backyard: Clayton Bay & the Southern Fleurieu

MY BACKYARD | After living in the heart of Adelaide’s East End for many years, artist-designer Annabelle Collett decided to “bite the bullet” and make her home in the quieter environs of Clayton Bay on the Southern Fleurieu Peninsula.

Here, she explains the attractions of the area and reveals Full Story »

Rich Spiced Lamb Stew
Rich Spiced Lamb Stew

RECIPE | Paul Mercurio is a dancer, actor, TV presenter and author of three cookbooks – he says he is not a trained chef but “just a bloke who likes to cook”.

In his latest cookbook, Kitchen Mojo, he writes: “This book is not aimed at teaching you how to cook … my aim i Full Story »

Camporeale & Klemm Built launch
Camporeale & Klemm Built launch

More than 60 guests attended the cocktail party launch of the Camporeale & Klemm Built display home at Glen Osmond this month.

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SA’s nuclear debate lost in translation
SA’s nuclear debate lost in translation

Comment | The nuclear fuel cycle royal commission is so bureaucratic that it has failed to engage South Australians in the debate, argues the Conservation Council’s Craig Wilkins.

What if an expensive, high profile inquiry held a public meeting and no-one turned up?

In early February this yea Full Story »

Victor Harbor
Victor Harbor

This large residence is set on almost a hectare of country land. It includes a kitchen with generous storage and bench space, and a main bathroom with a steam shower.  The property also includes a guest wing with two bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchen, plus granny flat with a bedroom, bathroom and Full Story »

Ollie Wines’ season hangs by thread
Ollie Wines’ season hangs by thread

AFL | Port Adelaide midfielder Ollie Wines’ AFL season hangs by a thread after twice dislocating a shoulder in a 63-point belting of St Kilda on Sunday.

Wines was hurt as Port kept in touch with the top eight with a 17.10 (112) to 6.13 (49) victory at Adelaide Oval.

The highly-rated onballer d Full Story »

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Math genius heading to Adelaide
Math genius heading to Adelaide

One of the world’s leading mathematicians, Flinders University alumnus Terry Tao, will return to Adelaide to give a public lecture in September.

The research professor in math at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) since 1999, will speak on one of his areas of expertise, Large and Small Full Story »

Web tool predicts bowel cancer risk
Web tool predicts bowel cancer risk

A new web based cancer risk assessment tool from the University of Melbourne, being presented at next week’s Primary Health Care Research (PHRC) Conference in Adelaide, is battling bowel cancer by identifying who is most likely to develop it and recommending appropriate screening.

The PHRC confere Full Story »

New website reveals Australian cannabis usage
New website reveals Australian cannabis usage

You’re three times more likely to crash while on it; 30-39 year olds are most likely to have had a puff; 18-24 year olds used it most in the past 12 months; a third of all Australians over 14 years old have used it; yet most Aussies are really against it.

These are among the latest findings on Aus Full Story »