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Beauty in the old, cold heart of Germany
Beauty in the old, cold heart of Germany

JOURNEYS | It was the start of February and the tail end of summer in Australia. I was sitting on a train and, outside my window, blinding white snowfields stretched in every direction. I wasn’t in Australia, you see – I’d gone to Germany, gone to catch the end of the cold.

The train was takin Full Story »

What’s on in Adelaide
What’s on in Adelaide

WEEKEND PICKS | Bowerbird design market returns to the Adelaide Showgrounds this weekend, the About Time history festival kicks off and Anzac tribute dance-theatre work Rotunda opens at the Festival Centre.

Other picks include the First Fridays after-hours event at the Art Gallery of SA, a piano per Full Story »

Lunch review: Walk the Talk Kitchen
Lunch review: Walk the Talk Kitchen

LUNCH REVIEW | What happens to the chefs who cut their teeth at notable restaurants and then appear to disappear?

Some retreat to the country, where the pace of life is a little slower, to start a café with more respectable hours. Some start a catering business because it offers more flexibility ar Full Story »

Berlin Cabaret re-form for Cab Fringe gala
Berlin Cabaret re-form for Cab Fringe gala

CABARET FRINGE | The Cabaret Fringe will this year celebrate its tenth event with an opening night gala hosted by stars of the Berlin Cabaret – a “naughty but nice” Weimar-era show that attracted a cult following in its Hindley Street heyday.

“It was an institution,” Cabaret Fringe co-dir Full Story »

Nexus Arts building launch
Nexus Arts building launch

Nexus Arts recently celebrated the launch of its new branding with and a sold-out concert featuring oud virtuoso Joseph Tawadros.

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Stirling
Stirling

This beautiful hills estate has established gardens, a cellar and a solar-heated pool. The property features hydrangea-fringed walks, sophisticated living spaces, comfortable guest accommodation and Jarrah floors throughout the home.

  • Address 31 Birch Road, Stirling
  • Price Harcourts Brock William Full Story »
SA mining co boss quits before board challenge
SA mining co boss quits before board challenge

Companies | Robert Kennedy has been defeated in a board challenge by dissident shareholders who sought to unseat the prominent Adelaide company director as chairman of Marmota Energy.

Kennedy resigned last night ahead of a crucial vote at a Marmota general meeting today brought on by Dr Colin Rose, Full Story »

A-League finals preview: Roar make big changes
A-League finals preview: Roar make big changes

a-league | Adelaide’s Spanish midfielder Isaias has been cleared of injury and will play in Friday night’s A-League elimination final against Brisbane Roar.

The playmaker missed training earlier in the week because of an ankle injury but coach Josep Gombau on Thursday declared him a cert Full Story »

Pacquiao’s grand plan to bring down Mayweather
Pacquiao’s grand plan to bring down Mayweather

Boxing | Boxing trainer Freddie Roach has devised an elaborate strategy he says will deliver a decisive victory for Filipino icon Manny Pacquiao in his ‘Fight of the Century’ against Floyd Mayweather.

The revered trainer expects a bulked up Mayweather to seek an early rounds knockout but Full Story »

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New lab puts old computers back online
New lab puts old computers back online

The need to conserve superseded software and hardware is behind the launch of the Computer Archaeology Laboratory at Flinders at Tonsley.

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Australia’s biggest ever Asian studies conference in July
Australia’s biggest ever Asian studies conference in July

Flinders University is teaming up with the University of Adelaide and University of South Australia to stage the nation’s largest ever Asian studies conference.

Adelaide will host the Ninth Biennial International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS 9) from July 5-9 which is expected to attract 1,000 Full Story »

Footy or skating, cats or dogs – they’re all winners!
Footy or skating, cats or dogs – they’re all winners!

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | Whether it’s a lap around the skate park, footy showdown fever or caring for our furry friends – RAA members have a wide range of interests, passions and responsibilities.

“With membership of 660,000, RAA is presented with many opportunities to support our members, an Full Story »