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Wayne Carey slams Harvey ban
Wayne Carey slams Harvey ban

AFL | North Melbourne great Wayne Carey has delivered a verbal shirtfront to the AFL’s match review panel, labelling Brent Harvey’s one-week ban a disgrace.

The Kangaroos will challenge a one-match suspension to Harvey in an attempt to free their champion midfielder to play in Friday nig Full Story »

ASO seeks to dispel ‘mystique’
ASO seeks to dispel ‘mystique’

The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra is seeking to extend its reach in 2015 with a season that includes a concert devoted to disco hits and a new light-hearted series showcasing famous classical music tunes.

Managing director Vincent Ciccarello says the program, launched today, is about breaking down bar Full Story »

The Italian behind Jamie’s Italian
The Italian behind Jamie’s Italian

ADELAIDE | According to the established mythology, Gennaro Contaldo is the man who taught Jamie Oliver everything he knows about cooking.

It’s an appealing story: Oliver, a baby-faced upstart from Essex, finds his way into the kitchens of Antonio Carluccio’s London restaurant as a pastry Full Story »

Osso Bucco Rogan Josh
Osso Bucco Rogan Josh

RECIPE | Chef and television presenter Ben O’Donoghue has given the traditional osso bucco casserole an Indian twist with this recipe.

He suggests that when buying osso bucco cuts, you should try to get four even-sized pieces with a generous marrow bone to ensure even cooking.

The dish can be prep Full Story »

Glenunga
Glenunga

This Tudor-style home is situated in the eastern suburbs. It includes four double bedrooms, three renovated bathrooms, three living spaces and an exciting outdoor entertaining area with solar-heated pool and spa. Central to the home is a cleverly designed kitchen with rich solid-timber cabinetry Full Story »

Tony Bianco store opening
Tony Bianco store opening

Tony Bianco’s newest Adelaide store opened at Westfield Marion last month with a VIP launch event.

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Scottish independence vote: a simple guide
Scottish independence vote: a simple guide

Comment | The Scottish people decide this week whether to become an independent nation or stay with the UK – Coree Brown explains everything you need to need to know about the historic vote.

What is Scotland voting for?

Voters in Scotland will go to the polls on September 18 and answer the que Full Story »

Arrium to raise $754m to cut debt
Arrium to raise $754m to cut debt

Whyalla-based steel manufacturer Arrium is seeking to raise $754 million from investors in a capital raising as the iron ore market faces uncertainty with prices at a five year low.

The capital raising is in two parts; $656 million from retail entitlements and a $98 million placement to institutiona Full Story »

Calligraphy concert rises above the clouds
Calligraphy concert rises above the clouds

OZASIA FESTIVAL REVIEW | The beautiful art of calligraphy writing in Japan is done with gentle, delicate brush strokes, lovingly made after years of learning and practice and associated with a meditational Zen experience.

Hence with Hiroko Watanabe and Above the Clouds I was expecting a slow, contem Full Story »

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Flinders only Aussie finalist in Times video comp
Flinders only Aussie finalist in Times video comp

It’s an Australian video … it’s a top five finalist in the world … and with the Australian public’s views, likes and shares on YouTube, it could be number one!

That’s the thrilling opportunity facing Flinders University’s entry to the Times Higher Education “Why I Love My University Full Story »

Violence and power PhD in Trans-Tasman comp
Violence and power PhD in Trans-Tasman comp

“In South Australia, more than half of the young people who go into juvenile detention reoffend – clearly something’s not working.”

Having worked for more than a decade in the youth work sector, Flinders University PhD candidate Ben Lohmeyer sees the flaws in the system first-hand.

As part o Full Story »

Focus on hospitals at Flinders-Nankai conference
Focus on hospitals at Flinders-Nankai conference

The analytics used to improve assembly lines may seem worlds apart from hospital beds, but the skills of engineers offer real opportunities to make clinical care flow more smoothly and reduce patient waiting times, according to Flinders University Vice-Chancellor Professor Michael Barber.

Professor Full Story »