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Kensington Park
Kensington Park

This late 1800s bluestone villa features three living areas, three bathrooms and up to six double bedrooms. It includes a kitchen – in the French provincial style – a cellar, swimming pool, tennis court and garage for four cars.

  • Address 14 Pembroke Street, Kensington Park
  • Price on appli Full Story »
The hottest cities for international travellers
The hottest cities for international travellers

CITIES | Paris, London, New York and Istanbul have topped a list of the “Most Incredible Cities in the World” published by an Australian travel magazine.

While other recent lists have ranked cities based on their liveability and friendliness (or surliness), International Traveller asked its read Full Story »

A Walk in the Woods
A Walk in the Woods

FILM REVIEW | After having lived abroad for the last 10 years, Bill Bryson returns to America and makes up his mind to get back to his natural roots by walking the Appalachian Trail.

His wife thinks he’s crazy and leaves him articles about bear maulings and decomposing bodies of missing hikers, bu Full Story »

Straight Outta Compton
Straight Outta Compton

FILM REVIEW | Straight Outta Compton opens in Australia this week after having already spent three weekends in a row at the top of the US box office – and it’s pretty obvious why.

F Gary Gray (Law Abiding Citizen, Be Cool) has hit his directorial peak with this biopic of hip-hop super-group Full Story »

Smooth reds with teardrops
Smooth reds with teardrops

PHILIP WHITE REVIEWS | Whitey has a wallow in three very shiny reds of a certain polished style.

LongLine Albright McLaren Vale Grenache 2014
$26; 14.5%; screw cap; 94 points

From old struggler dry-grown vines in the extremely old rocks high above the Onkaparinga Gorge comes this very clean, modern Full Story »

SA designer’s iPhone-glasses solution
SA designer’s iPhone-glasses solution

Design | Cheryl-Anne Grealy’s desire to reclaim the precious real estate her husband Steve’s bulky glasses case hogged in her handbag spawned a unique solution.

The South Australian couple have just created a mobile phone case that can also carry a pair of reading glasses – without comprom Full Story »

2KW Burgundy Week
2KW Burgundy Week

As part of 2KW Bar and Restaurant’s Burgundy Week, Michael Ragg from Burgundy wine estate Mischief and Mayhem showed guests its new-release red and white burgundies.

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Pet cruelty a pointer to domestic violence
Pet cruelty a pointer to domestic violence

Comment | Cruelty to our four legged and feathered friends is a common act among those who are also committing domestic violence, writes Malcolm King.

According to the Journal of Emotional Abuse, 70 per cent of women who flee violent homes also report pet abuse.

Human and canine fate is intertwine Full Story »

Crows happy to leave China to Port
Crows happy to leave China to Port

AFL | The Adelaide Crows will not be following their crosstown rival Port Adelaide down the China rabbit-hole.

The Power has been assiduously cultivating prospective markets in the world’s largest economy, with InDaily reporting yesterday that it had enlisted communications platform SmartTrans to Full Story »

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A third of South Aussies ‘obese by 2019′
A third of South Aussies ‘obese by 2019′

Nearly a third of South Australians will be not just fat, but obese by 2019.

That’s the prediction in today’s (Friday 4 September) Australia New Zealand Journal of Public Health (ANZJPH), which forecasts 28.7% of males and 29.2% of females will be seriously overweight by the time of the next Cri Full Story »

Toxic tycoons – how we all pay for the super rich
Toxic tycoons – how we all pay for the super rich

One of the world’s leading human geographers has revealed how the behaviours of the super-rich are creating a culture of reckless spending and environmental irresponsibility among millions of people who want to emulate their lifestyles.

Professor Iain Hay, editor of Geographies of the Supe Full Story »

Landscape of Longing by visual artist JUMAADI
Landscape of Longing by visual artist JUMAADI

Jumaadi is an Indonesian artist, currently dividing his time between Australia and the Netherlands. He works in multiple media with equal fluency – painting, drawing, sculpture, installations, and shadow puppets. Grounded in his Indonesian heritage and informed by his Australian experiences, Jumaa Full Story »