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Elders upbeat about future prospects
Elders upbeat about future prospects

ADELAIDE | Agribusiness Elders says initiatives undertaken so far as part of a major plan to improve the performance of the company are making progress.

“Whilst it is still early days and most of the initiatives will deliver value in future years, progress is being made,” chief executive Full Story »

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol
Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol

THEATRE REVIEW | The Bakehouse Theatre is full of Victorian Christmas spirit.  The ghosts of Christmases past, present and future haunt the stage in Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.

For the last 17 years of his life, Dickens trod the boards and performed his own work while acting out each char Full Story »

O, what a rich and racy pair
O, what a rich and racy pair

PHILIP WHITE REVIEWS | Whitey’s trying to purge his unfair prejudice against varieties that end with O.

Fox Gordon Charlotte’s Web Adelaide Hills Pinot Grigio 2014
$23; 13.2% alcohol; screw cap; 94 points

I’ve probably given too much shit to varieties that end in O over the last fe Full Story »

Holiday viewing on the box
Holiday viewing on the box

TELEVISION | Ratings season is officially over but there’s still plenty of quality television to sink your teeth into over summer, especially in the holidays.

Whether you a looking for an injection of Christmas spirit, summer drama or armchair sports, this viewing guide from The New Daily will hel Full Story »

Flinders Uni Business Plan dinner
Flinders Uni Business Plan dinner

The New Venture Institute at Flinders University held its Business Plan Competition dinner last week to recognise and reward students who develop high-quality business plans through selected Flinders University topics.

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#socadl Christmas party
#socadl Christmas party

Members of #socadl, a social media networking group, celebrated their final meeting of the year with a cocktail party at Mothervine recently.

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North Adelaide
North Adelaide

Property | Sited on around 1804sqm, this historic four-bedroom stone residence blends the old world with the new. Grand formal rooms include an entrance hall, ballroom,  dining room and study complete with library steps to access the floor-to-ceiling shelving. At the rear of the 11-roomed, two-sto Full Story »

If Joe’s right, living standards will fall
If Joe’s right, living standards will fall

Comment | If Joe Hockey’s predictions about the terms of trade are correct, then living standards are set to fall, argues Janine Dixon.

Australia is now in an income recession. A fortnight ago, when the National Accounts revealed a second quarter of negative growth in seasonally adjusted real Full Story »

FTA a bonus for SA seafood exporter
FTA a bonus for SA seafood exporter

SPONSORED CONTENT | Australia’s falling dollar and a new Free Trade Agreement with China have brought a smile to many managing directors’ faces in recent weeks, but Andrew Ferguson is positively beaming.

The FTA will mean not only that he will be able to get premium lobster into China more quick Full Story »

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Learning lessons in care from Cuba
Learning lessons in care from Cuba

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY FLINDERS UNIVERSITY | “If a developing country like Cuba can train more doctors and nurses than they need so they can contribute to the health care needs of other countries around the world, you have to ask the question – why can’t Australia do the same?”

Flinders Univers Full Story »

NT’s first home-grown doctors graduate from Flinders
NT’s first home-grown doctors graduate from Flinders

The first doctors to be educated entirely in the Northern Territory have graduated at a Flinders University ceremony in Darwin this week.

Eight completing medical students, members of the first intake into the full four-year Flinders University Northern Territory Medical Program (NTMP) in 2011, rece Full Story »

Can the Internet tackle eating disorders?
Can the Internet tackle eating disorders?

Researchers from Flinders University are leading an Australia and New Zealand-wide trial of online programs for young women with body image concerns.

Believed to be the first national approach to eating disorder prevention in Australia, the programs target women aged 18 to 25 years who are experienc Full Story »