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Jamie’s Italian opens: A first taste
Jamie’s Italian opens: A first taste

Adelaide | Jamie Oliver’s new Adelaide restaurant opens today in the city with plenty of justified hype about the spectacular fit-out of the historic bank building – but what about the food?

InDaily had a sneaky taste yesterday with the executive chef of Jamie’s Italian Australia, Full Story »

Did Qantas bet on the wrong planes?
Did Qantas bet on the wrong planes?

Comment | The management of Qantas might have bet the whole show on the purchase of the wrong planes, argues Hamza Bendemra.

When Qantas posted a A$2.8 billion loss – the highest in the airline’s history – last week, one critical point was that $2.6 billion came from a write-down of th Full Story »

Mixtape Memoirs: tales of love and lust
Mixtape Memoirs: tales of love and lust

EMERGING WRITERS’ FESTIVAL | Chad Parkhill is something of a veteran of Mixtape Memoirs, one of the flagship events at this weekend’s inaugural Emerging Writers’ Festival in Adelaide.

The writer and editor has performed in three previous memoirs, another of which also had the theme Love an Full Story »

Stopping the pop
Stopping the pop

PHILIP WHITE OPINION | There’s a lot of excited popping around the cork business lately. The bark merchants can smell money.

Because China still thinks wine is a quaint and old-fashioned luxury, its merchants and sommeliers insist on wine being corked. Many Australian winemakers who have been Full Story »

Afronauts, Kaurna and Rob Riley rock AMC Session
Afronauts, Kaurna and Rob Riley rock AMC Session

LIVE MUSIC | One of the best things to come out of the Adelaide Music Collective sessions at the Goodwood Institute is the opportunity to see such a wide variety of musical styles presented by some crazily talented South Australian musicians.

AMC Session #4 was no exception. The opening act featured Full Story »

ibis Adelaide launch
ibis Adelaide launch

More than 150 guests celebrated the launch of Accor’s new purpose-built CBD hotel, the ibis Adelaide.

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Hahndorf
Hahndorf

This large house has extensive brick, glass and timber detailing. It contains dozens of floor-to-ceiling windows to bring in sunlight and take advantage of the sunset view. The master bedroom is surrounded by warm timber and includes an en suite and walk-in robe. Other features include wide balconie Full Story »

Retailers confident of Xmas spend
Retailers confident of Xmas spend

Retailers’ hopes of a good Christmas have driven the number of companies expecting profit growth in the coming months to a 10-year high.

Of the 800 businesses surveyed by researcher Dun & Bradstreet, 40 per cent expect their profit in the final three months of 2014 to be higher than in the Full Story »

Kirkwood’s Magarey Medal
Kirkwood’s Magarey Medal

SANFL | Sturt’s midfielder Zane Kirkwood was the runaway winner of the 2014 SANFL Magarey Medal.

In the 18 minor round games Kirkwood polled 29 votes, nine ahead of his nearest rival, South’s Joel Cross on 20.

Pre-count favourite Steve Summerton and Norwood ruckman Sam Baulderstone were Full Story »

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Less is more in lap of luxury
Less is more in lap of luxury

Chandeliers, gold taps and ornate drapes are classic hallmarks of the world’s most luxurious hotels, right?

Wrong, according to Flinders University sociologist Eduardo de la Fuente.

Dr de la Fuente, based in Flinders School of Social and Policy Studies, says the aesthetics and architecture of luxu Full Story »

Top honour to Flinders CIO
Top honour to Flinders CIO

An eighteen month transformation of Flinders University’s ICT platform placing it at the forefront of higher education institutions worldwide has been recognised with the prestigious iAwards CIO of the Year accolade being awarded to the University’s Pro Vice-Chancellor (Information Services) and Full Story »

Flinders takes on mass Ice Bucket Challenge
Flinders takes on mass Ice Bucket Challenge

Flinders University’s Pro Vice-Chancellor (International), Professor Nancy Cromar, led the way yesterday as dozens of Flinders staff and students took a Mass Ice Bucket Challenge in aid of the Motor Neurone Disease Association of South Australia (MNDASA).

Gail Jackson, Executive Director of MNDASA Full Story »