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Marshalling a social conscience
Marshalling a social conscience

Interview | Those who know him well will tell you that Steven Marshall beat himself up about the “Vote Labor” gaffe on election eve. After a campaign with so few missteps, here was a doozy right when the spotlight was at its fiercest.

Given one seat – a handful of votes the other way in any gi Full Story »

Going way back with the ‘goon sack’
Going way back with the ‘goon sack’

FEATURE | Along with the Stobie pole, the Hills Hoist and the Stump Jump Plough, the “goon sack” – or cardboard wine cask – is another brainchild of South Australia and this year marks 50 years since its inception.

Back in 1965, Riverland winemaker Tom Angove was mulling over an alternative Full Story »

Beauty and the Beast: true love in the raw
Beauty and the Beast: true love in the raw

ADELAIDE FESTIVAL | Members of a New York audience spontaneously got to their feet and hugged at the end of a performance of the adult fairytale Beauty and the Beast.

Tears aren’t unusual, either. But only one man has ever walked out mid-show.

“Perhaps he just had a sore knee or something,” mu Full Story »

Sue Pearson’s crab tarts
Sue Pearson’s crab tarts

RECIPE | “A fridge without aioli is like a body without a soul,” according to Sue Pearson, the Kangaroo Island chef who runs a series of food-related ventures, including gourmet catering company Two Birds and a Squid.

Aioli is just one key ingredient in Pearson’s crab tart, a simple, c Full Story »

What Would Beyoncé Do?
What Would Beyoncé Do?

ADELAIDE FRINGE | Let’s be clear: UK comedian Luisa Omielan’s Fringe act What Would Beyoncé Do? is not a tribute show.

It’s a stand-up comedy performance cum survivor story that happens to feature a lot of Beyoncé’s music. And it was so well received that in a short space of time Omielan f Full Story »

15th Unley Gourmet Gala event
15th Unley Gourmet Gala event

A record number of more than 30,000 people turned out during the recent Tour Down Under for the 15th Unley Gourmet Gala showcasing some of South Australia’s finest food, wine, fashion and music.

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Mount Barker Summit
Mount Barker Summit

This beautiful home is set on nearly 30ha of farming land. It includes five bedrooms and a study. The master bedroom has a walk-in robe and an en suite, while three other bedrooms come with built-ins. The house features an undercover deck, capturing magnificent views.

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Asia’s cup is full of gold
Asia’s cup is full of gold

Asian Cup | It’s easy to identify when Australian soccer reached its nadir. While some may point to the match at the MCG between Australia and Iran in November 1997, when the Socceroos seemed on their way to the following year’s World Cup tournament before being denied by two late goals, worse w Full Story »

England dismisses Johnson threat
England dismisses Johnson threat

CRICKET | England have poked the bear, and they better get ready to pay the price.

England captain Eoin Morgan lit the fuse ahead of his team’s World Cup showdown against Australia by downplaying Mitchell Johnson’s match-winning feats in the Tri-Series final.

Johnson tore the heart out o Full Story »

Exploring the mystery and wonder of glass
Exploring the mystery and wonder of glass

DESIGN | Glass has attracted creative people for thousands of years and now a new exhibition involving 23 artists, designers and architects showcases the contemporary preoccupation with the material.

Co-curated by JamFactory CEO Brian Parkes and Margaret Hancock Davis, GLASS: art design architectu Full Story »

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Survivorship conference seeks to improve cancer care
Survivorship conference seeks to improve cancer care

Many of Australia’s leading cancer clinicians, researchers and policy makers will converge on Adelaide next week for a Flinders University hosted conference focused on caring for the survivors of cancer.

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Flinders gears up for SA’s largest open water swim
Flinders gears up for SA’s largest open water swim

Staff, students and friends of Flinders University will flock to Brighton beach this Sunday (February 1) for the Brighton Jetty Classic, South Australia’s largest open water swim.

Flinders’ sponsorship of the event for the sixth consecutive year reflects the University’s commitment to being ac Full Story »

Summer Fun
Summer Fun

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | The school holidays are now almost at an end and if you’re fast running out of ways to keep the kids busy then we’ve got a few ideas for some great days out that will help to keep them entertained.

Calling all Earth Guardians to Adelaide Zoo

Over the school holidays Ade Full Story »