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Big Bob McLean was a wine industry legend
Big Bob McLean was a wine industry legend

PHILIP WHITE OPINION | Philip White reflects on the achievements of his friend Big Bob McLean, 67, who died this month of liver cancer in the Barossa.

The Old Lion was thumpin’. One boofhead clocked somebody and swung at somebody else. A huge man lumbered through the pack, took the assailant u Full Story »

Dance-theatre tribute to ANZAC sacrifice
Dance-theatre tribute to ANZAC sacrifice

DANCE | Choreographer Shona McCullagh’s ancestors’ experiences in World War I and a fascination with the now largely unused band rotundas in towns across New Zealand and Australia influenced  her moving contemporary dance work.

Rotunda, which will be presented in Adelaide next month by the N Full Story »

‘Deadline Gallipoli’ premiere
‘Deadline Gallipoli’ premiere

Representatives from veterans’ organisations and the business community attended the premiere screening of new Australian mini-series Deadline Gallipoli at the South Australian Film Corporation’s Adelaide Studios last week.

 

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Satirical series showcases South Australian wine regions
Satirical series showcases South Australian wine regions

SOUTH AUSTRALIA | South Australia’s wine regions star in the second season of satirical comedy Plonk, heralding a new frontier of tourism.

The web series takes an off-kilter look at the South Australia wine industry that is “part comedy narrative, part documentary”. The mockumentary follo Full Story »

Blackwood
Blackwood

This light-filled architecturally designed home is simple and sleek. Set on nearly 1500sqm of land, the property boasts seamless indoor-outdoor entertaining, a swimming pool, a full-size synthetic tennis court and manicured gardens. There is a master bedroom on the ground floor with en suite and b Full Story »

SANFL wrap: Port’s Moore faces umpire charge
SANFL wrap: Port’s Moore faces umpire charge

SANFL | Port Adelaide’s AFL onballer Andrew Moore is facing a charge of intentionally making contact with an umpire during the club’s  SANFL match against North Adelaide.

Moore, who hasn’t played an AFL games this season, fronts the SANFL tribunal on Tuesday night.

Moore has been Full Story »

Ferguson, Zampa re-sign with Redbacks
Ferguson, Zampa re-sign with Redbacks

cricket | The lack of a coach hasn’t stopped South Australian cricketers Callum Ferguson and Adam Zampa re-signing with the Redbacks.

While both Ferguson and Zampa will continue their Big Bash League careers in Melbourne, the duo have inked new deals to remain with the Redbacks in other format Full Story »

The Vanguard: Kickstarting high fidelity sound
The Vanguard: Kickstarting high fidelity sound

Innovation | In this week’s edition of The Vanguard – InDaily’s weekly look at local innovation – we meet two Adelaide entrepreneurs who have crowdfunded an ingenious way to boost the sound quality from your phone, tablet or any other audio device. 

When Bart Kowalski and Jo Full Story »

Poached quinces with sour cherries
Poached quinces with sour cherries

RECIPE | In Anatolia, Istanbul-born chef Somer Sivrioglu and food scholar David Dale explain the traditions and diversity of Turkish cooking, from the great banquets of the Ottoman Empire to the spicy snacks of Istanbul’s street stalls.

They reveal the rituals, folklore and wisdom behind 3000 Full Story »

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Putting an Indigenous health curriculum front and centre
Putting an Indigenous health curriculum front and centre

Having the Hard Conversations, a symposium and roundtable hosted by Flinders University on April 21 and 22, will discuss strategies for making an Indigenous curriculum central, not peripheral, to courses in health education.

The program brings together Australian and overseas educators and experts t Full Story »

Nit-picking parents ‘killing kids’ love of sport’
Nit-picking parents ‘killing kids’ love of sport’

Flinders University research has found that many parents are unwittingly driving their children to quit sport because of intense, post-match grillings.

Dr Sam Elliott, who is a lecturer in Sport, Health and Physical Activity, and a member of the SHAPE Research Centre, at Flinders, found that some ni Full Story »

PhD grad’s zest for life, and life-long learning
PhD grad’s zest for life, and life-long learning

While most of his friends were contemplating their retirement years, Roderick Essery was embarking on a life-changing experience at Flinders University.

Dr Essery, 76, graduated this week with a PhD in Social and Behavioural Sciences (American Studies), making him the university’s fourth eldest Ph Full Story »