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The Forager: Suburban treasures, Oval dining
The Forager: Suburban treasures, Oval dining

THE FORAGER | This week in The Forager: celebrating the Central Market, suburban food producers’ secrets revealed, Hill of Grace Restaurant opens at Adelaide Oval, and Kangaroo Island comes to town.

Food secrets of Glynde

Following in the footsteps of neighbouring precinct Campbelltown, the C Full Story »

Summer House with Swimming Pool
Summer House with Swimming Pool

BOOK REVIEW | Dr Marc Schlosser is an odious character. He treats his general practice patients with disdain and callously describes procedures in such intimate detail it makes Embarrassing Bodies seem positively discrete by comparison.

Dutch author Herman Koch’s novel – part-satire, part-thrill Full Story »

Australian TV can learn from Emmys
Australian TV can learn from Emmys

TELEVISION | The American TV drama Fargo was awarded the gong for outstanding mini-series at the 2014 Emmy Awards overnight and top-shelf TV productions are basking in the recognition, with a few shows – Fargo, True Detective, Breaking Bad, House of Cards, The Good Wife – dominating the nominati Full Story »

Futuristic gadgets are here and now
Futuristic gadgets are here and now

Not a day goes by when we don’t hear about the next technological marvel, guaranteed to shape all our futures. But why wait for tomorrow when you can enjoy life-changing tech, today?

Going beyond a humble collection of monitoring gadgets, the SmartThings range of wirelessly connected devices offer Full Story »

Poem: Sleep Walker
Poem: Sleep Walker

POET’S CORNER | Jelena Dinic, author of today’s Poet’s Corner poem about the hazy space between consciousness and sleep, is co-editor of the 2014 Friendly Street Poets Anthology 38, The Infinite Dirt.

Sleep Walker

In the first third of night
in sleep’s deep slow wave
before eyes begin to Full Story »

Science void: no policy, no-one to talk to
Science void: no policy, no-one to talk to

Comment | Professor Ian Chubb, Australia’s Chief Scientist, is an impressively articulate man who does a wonderful job as the country’s leading advocate for science – and he needs to be, because with a Federal Government that appears to place little value in science, Professor Chubb has hi Full Story »

Glenelg
Glenelg

This tenth-floor apartment features panoramic views of the ocean. The building is situated metres from the sea and includes a pool and sauna. The apartment has large, open-plan living spaces and a broad balcony for entertaining.

Find out more here.

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Mercedes-Benz C Class launch
Mercedes-Benz C Class launch

Guests and customers enjoyed the party atmosphere at the Mercedez-Benz Adelaide showroom for the launch of the new C Class Mercedes-Benz this month.

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New AFL fixture proposal
New AFL fixture proposal

AFL | The AFL is considering radical changes to the fixture in coming years to remedy the age-old problem of clubs playing some others twice in what turns out to be a lop-sided season.

This year has been a classic example with Richmond knocking on the door of the eight after having no wins against Full Story »

Partners

Intensifying ties with China
Intensifying ties with China

An agreement between China’s Central South University (CSU) and Flinders University will intensify links between the institutions, and includes the setting up of research laboratories on each other’s campuses.

The new Memorandum of Understanding was signed during a visit to Flinders by a delegat Full Story »

Inspiring high school girls as future engineers
Inspiring high school girls as future engineers

The traditionally male-dominated disciplines of engineering, information technology (IT) and mathematics are igniting the interests of local Adelaide high school girls.

About 30 female students from Sacred Heart College and the Australian Science and Mathematics School spent a day with women from Fl Full Story »

Students tell stories in words and pictures
Students tell stories in words and pictures

A picture may say more than a thousand words, but the Flinders University Chinese Student and Scholar Association (FUCSSA) has taken no chances by using both to share the stories of its members in Adelaide.

Last week, the Association demonstrated its members’ skills in both approaches as it presen Full Story »