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Nightcrawler
Nightcrawler

FILM REVIEW | In the world of LA crime journalism, “if it bleeds, it leads”.

Uneducated and unemployed Louis (Lou) Bloom is making a meagre living pawning stolen items when he happens upon the scene of a car accident.

As police work to free the trapped individual freelance camera men (known as Full Story »

Spare change for tantalising wines
Spare change for tantalising wines

PHILIP WHITE REVIEWS | After Tuesday’s whinge about Australia copying the Old World and charging too much, Whitey recommends two brilliant inexpensive wonders that don’t mimic anything.

A Small Change White 2014
$18; 12.8% alcohol; screw cap; 93 points

Rhys Howlett’s A Small Change Full Story »

Teenagers, parents and social media
Teenagers, parents and social media

FILM REVIEW | Men, Women and Children would have got its message across without The Voyager Space Probe and Emma Thompson’s narration driving home the bigger picture.

All the self-affirmation, instant gratification and constant connection brought about by the internet and social media has certainl Full Story »

South Australian Tourism Awards
South Australian Tourism Awards

State tourism industry members and guests attended the 2014 South Australian Tourism Awards at the Adelaide Convention Centre this month. At the black tie event, 30 awards were presented to outstanding tourism businesses and individuals.

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Art Deco house meets natural light
Art Deco house meets natural light

DESIGN | This two-storey North Adelaide home boasts views of the parklands, a wealth of natural light, and a natural Art Deco aesthetic accentuated by soft tones and engagement with its surrounds.

Three bedrooms, five bathrooms, and several entertaining areas combine to form a space that architect G Full Story »

Laughs guaranteed for every Tom, Dick and Harry
Laughs guaranteed for every Tom, Dick and Harry

THEATRE REVIEW | Ray Cooney began his career as an actor at 14 and since that time he has continued to act, produce, direct, write and co-write farces and comedies on the West End.

He is known throughout the world for his farces such as Run for your Wife, Not Now Darling and Chase Me Comrade.

In 200 Full Story »

Australia’s International 3 Day Event
Australia’s International 3 Day Event

Horse enthusiasts enjoyed all the equestrian action in the Adelaide Park Lands at the Australian International 3 Day Event this month.

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Sia the Queen of the ARIAs
Sia the Queen of the ARIAs

SYDNEY | She didn’t swing from the Chandelier, she didn’t even make an appearance, yet Sia was still the biggest winner at the 28th ARIA Awards.

The Adelaide singer won four gongs for Best Pop Release, Best Video, Best Female Artist and the biggest award of the night – Album of the Full Story »

Hyde Park
Hyde Park

This elegant 1890 return verandah villa combines classic character with modern treatments. The house is situated on over 1,000 sqm of land with neat lawns, paving and established garden hedges, trees and plantings.  A formal dining room features a bay window overlooking the front garden, while th Full Story »

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Slavery in the 21st century
Slavery in the 21st century

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY HAWKE CENTRE | With an estimated 27 million slaves in the world today, it is clear that slavery did not end with abolition in the 19th century. In an upcoming public lecture, Roscoe Howell examines slavery in the 21st century.

Howell, Director of Slavery Links Australia Inc, prov Full Story »

ART AFTER DARK West End
ART AFTER DARK West End

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY HAWKE CENTRE | ‘Tis the season to pARTy – join us for this ART AFTER DARK end of year event in the heart of the West End.

Join The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and their ART AFTER DARK West End friends for a special ART AFTER DARK pARTy, featuring the FEAST Festival! Ce Full Story »

Colourful caper under the new Gawler Place Canopy
Colourful caper under the new Gawler Place Canopy

The $30 million Adelaide City Council Redevelopment of Rundle Mall was designed to provide 5 main elements to the South Australian public; paving, urban elements, future proofing of services, lighting and greening.  With four out of five of these elements now complete the Rundle Mall of the future Full Story »