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Henry Keogh’s landmark challenge begins
Henry Keogh’s landmark challenge begins

Adelaide | A man behind bars for at least 25 years is again challenging his conviction for drowning his fiancee in the bathtub of their Adelaide home two decades ago.

Henry James Keogh has lost a number of appeals against his conviction for murdering Anna-Jane Cheney in March 1994.

But under new Sou Full Story »

Battler Priddis wins Brownlow
Battler Priddis wins Brownlow

West Coast ball magnet Matt Priddis has polled 26 votes to win the Brownlow Medal, well clear of mid-season favourite Gary Ablett.

Gold Coast’s Ablett led the count until round 16 when he injured his shoulder and missed the remainder of the season.

Priddis polled two votes in the final round o Full Story »

Tao Dance Theatre: 6 and 7
Tao Dance Theatre: 6 and 7

OZASIA FESTIVAL REVIEW | The OzAsia Festival has surprised and delighted audiences with the variety of performance styles on offer, the skill of the performing artists, and the ingenuity and artistry of the creative teams behind the productions.

Tao Dance Theatre, a leading Beijing contemporary danc Full Story »

AdYO: Northern Lights
AdYO: Northern Lights

MUSIC REVIEW | It has long been one of my pleasures to bring my 11-year old budding musician to the Adelaide Youth Orchestra concerts, letting him experience the beginnings of careers that might one day mesh with his own.

We both savour every minute of these performances, thanks to the professionali Full Story »

HWL Ebsworth launch
HWL Ebsworth launch

National law firm HWL Ebsworth celebrated its merger with Adelaide lawyers Kelly & Co and the opening of its new King William Street office this month.

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Hyde Park
Hyde Park

This return-verandah villa built in 1905  is one of the largest residential estates in Hyde Park. It boasts grand proportions, vast entertaining spaces and tranquil surrounds. The home includes 11 main rooms, six spacious bedrooms and a study. Outside, there are finely managed gardens, a swimmin Full Story »

Australia vying to be world champs at inactivity
Australia vying to be world champs at inactivity

Comment | As global levels of physical activity collapse, Australian is closing in on an unwanted world championship, argues UniSA’s Tim Olds.

If we could go back 100 years in a time machine, what would kids be like? They’d be shorter, leaner, probably dirtier and less well-fed — but would Full Story »

Adelaide roaster celebrates 50 years in coffee
Adelaide roaster celebrates 50 years in coffee

FOOD & WINE | Rio Coffee owner Fulvio Pagani is the oldest coffee roaster in Adelaide and considered to be the man responsible for our thriving coffee culture.

He is 82 this year and celebrating 50 years in the business.

But coffee wasn’t on Pagani’s mind in 1955. He was 21 and had jus Full Story »

Car no longer king in urban streetscapes
Car no longer king in urban streetscapes

A pedestrian-friendly approach to urban design is transforming some of Adelaide’s streetscapes into thriving community and commercial hubs.

Landscape architect Lisel Ashby told a recent urban design conference that a tough business environment had helped force a rethink about the role of city stre Full Story »

Partners

Flinders on new journey with Maggie Beer Foundation
Flinders on new journey with Maggie Beer Foundation

A new partnership between Flinders University’s Discipline of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Maggie Beer Foundation to improve nutrition in Australia’s aged care facilities is officially underway, with staff and students heading to the Barossa Valley last week to begin the crusade.

The Flinders Full Story »

Food for fish: research finds Tasmanian upwelling
Food for fish: research finds Tasmanian upwelling

New research at Flinders has identified an area of upwelling – a site where complex natural dynamics bring up deep-sea water and nutrients to the sea’s upper layers – on the west coast of Tasmania.

Upwelling activity plays a vital role in the marine food chain globally, and the newly discovere Full Story »

Making Partners of Enemies: the Irish peace process
Making Partners of Enemies: the Irish peace process

Speaking in Adelaide last week, former President of Ireland Mary McAleese explained her involvement in the Irish peace process and more broadly her ideas on how communities remove themselves from intractable violence and instead commit to peace.

Over 1,000 people came to see Mary McAleese interviewe Full Story »