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Duo to lead Adelaide Festival from 2017
Duo to lead Adelaide Festival from 2017

ADELAIDE FESTIVAL | National arts leaders Neil Armfield and Rachel Healy have been announced as the new co-artistic directors of the Adelaide Festival from 2017 in what Arts Minister Jack Snelling describes as a coup for the city.

The pair will take over from current director David Sefton, who deli Full Story »

Riesling: this is how it should be done
Riesling: this is how it should be done

PHILIP WHITE REVIEWS | Whitey gets emotional over two amazing Rieslings from O’Leary Walker and barr-Eden.

O’Leary Walker Polish Hill River Riesling 2015
$25; 12% alcohol; screw cap; 95 points

Guava. Lychee. Rambutan. Bosc pear. Rose hip. Lime blossom. Ripe Kingston Black cider apples. It Full Story »

State Theatre opening night
State Theatre opening night

Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, the latest production of the State Theatre Company of SA, had its official opening last week at the Adelaide Festival Centre’s Dunstan Playhouse. The season continues until May 16.

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Pain and gain from pension changes
Pain and gain from pension changes

Retirement income | The Federal Government has been warned there will be some political pain to wear from its latest proposed changes to the aged pension.

But the lobby group representing older Australians reckons plans to change the assets test thresholds and the tapering rate for the pension is a Full Story »

Finding Gastón traces a food dream
Finding Gastón traces a food dream

SPANISH FILM FESTIVAL | Poor benighted Peru. Its image in recent times has been associated with political turmoil, corruption, social upheaval and inequity. Consequently, anything that adds to its national pride has to be taken seriously. Renowned chef Gastón Acurio is one of those positive forces Full Story »

Cyber thriller Unfriended
Cyber thriller Unfriended

FILM REVIEW | Teenager Laura Barns took her own life after a video anonymously posted online caused her to become the target of cyberbullying. Now, on the one-year anniversary of her death, she is about to reconnect with some old friends.

Val, Blaire, Mitch, Adam, Jess and Ken are talking on Skype w Full Story »

Glenelg North
Glenelg North

This beachside penthouse has great views. It includes three large bedrooms, each opening to a private terrace. It has a rooftop heated pool and a porcelain and natural stone entertainment area. Other features include a home theatre with a coffered ceiling and a sky window, two porcelain bathrooms Full Story »

Should lawyers get a cut of damages?
Should lawyers get a cut of damages?

Comment | A debate is looming about freeing up restrictions on the ways lawyers can charge their clients, and the answers aren’t simple, argues Morry Bailes.

There is a conversation that we will all be having in the not too distant future regarding the charging of contingency fees by lawyers. Full Story »

Kyrgios stuns Federer in Madrid
Kyrgios stuns Federer in Madrid

Tennis | Rising Australian star Nick Kyrgios has produced a stunning upset to knock his boyhood idol, world No.2 Roger Federer, out of the Madrid Open.

In a win the 20-year-old said surpassed that of his Wimbledon victory over Rafael Nadal last year, world No.35 Kyrgios triumphed 6-7 (2-7) 7-6 (7-5) Full Story »

Partners

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) Centenary Exhibition
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) Centenary Exhibition

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY HAWKE CENTRE | The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) Centenary exhibition celebrates 100 years of women working for peace throughout the world, with a particular focus on South Australian women’s campaigns.

WILPF is an international non-government org Full Story »

Footy or skating, cats or dogs – they’re all winners!
Footy or skating, cats or dogs – they’re all winners!

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | Whether it’s a lap around the skate park, footy showdown fever or caring for our furry friends – RAA members have a wide range of interests, passions and responsibilities.

“With membership of 660,000, RAA is presented with many opportunities to support our members, an Full Story »

Safety Grants For Regional South Australia
Safety Grants For Regional South Australia

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | RAA Insurance’s Regional Safety Grants are targeted at creating safer communities for people in rural South Australia and Broken Hill.

Not for profit organisations, community groups, schools and registered charities, with a project or activity that will impact safety in t Full Story »