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Kyrgios stuns Federer in Madrid
Kyrgios stuns Federer in Madrid

Tennis | Rising Australian star Nick Kyrgios has produced a stunning upset to knock his boyhood idol, world No.2 Roger Federer, out of the Madrid Open.

In a win the 20-year-old said surpassed that of his Wimbledon victory over Rafael Nadal last year, world No.35 Kyrgios triumphed 6-7 (2-7) 7-6 (7-5) Full Story »

The mystery of A Fifty-Year Silence
The mystery of A Fifty-Year Silence

BOOK REVIEW | Subtitled Love, War & A Ruined House in France, Miranda Richmond Mouillot’s book unravels the mystery behind a very personal story – that of her grandparents Anna and Armand.

Mouillot, a guest at this year’s Adelaide Writers’ Week, grew up in North Carolina in a loving fami Full Story »

Poem: Alexander and the Rain
Poem: Alexander and the Rain

POET’S CORNER | With rain and autumn upon us, today’s Poet’s Corner features two timely poems from Adelaide writer Margaret Fensom’s new book, Landscape of Dreams.

Alexander and the Rain

Alexander, aged one,
sees the water falling from the clouds
silver grey onto the wooden table
turning Full Story »

NDA Law launch party
NDA Law launch party

New commercial legal firm NDA Law held a launch party last Thursday at Gallery on Waymouth, next door to its offices. Guests, who included legal identities and business leaders, donated to the Red Cross Nepal Appeal.

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SA energy company welcomes Tesla competition
SA energy company welcomes Tesla competition

Energy | California-based innovation giant Tesla gained global headlines when it announced last week it would offer domestic battery technology to allow individuals to store excess energy from home solar systems.

The breathless coverage failed to mention that South Australian renewable energy compan Full Story »

The Forager: White House and whisky
The Forager: White House and whisky

THE FORAGER | In this week’s column: A new name and a new chef for a favourite Adelaide Hills restaurant, McLaren Vale gains its first whisky distillery, chestnut season, and flowers and cheese for Mother’s Day.

From strength to strength

Restaurateur Sophie Zervas has already done a grea Full Story »

Four-pot perk for SA brewery workers
Four-pot perk for SA brewery workers

HISTORY FESTIVAL | Back in the day, SA Brewing Company workers were allowed to take four six-minute breaks each day to enjoy a pot of beer.

Not surprisingly, the brewers found it easy to hire employees, even when other industries were suffering from labour shortages.

But workers were also accident-p Full Story »

Seacliff Park
Seacliff Park

This large modern home has impressive city and coastal views. It features a downstairs theatre room with surround sound and a built-in wet bar. There is a wraparound tiled and timber-decked entertaining area with a swimming pool and spa.

  • Address 2 King George Close, Seacliff Park
  • Price $1,100,0 Full Story »
Rock and R&D: a model for Aust export success
Rock and R&D: a model for Aust export success

Comment | Treasurer Joe Hockey’s Intergenerational Study outlines some of the menacing realities facing Australia in light of its aging population increasingly leaving the workforce.

By seeking the answers down the road of austerity and deregulation Australia’s policy Mandarins have seemingly ig Full Story »

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Game Sense promises smarter AFL players
Game Sense promises smarter AFL players

Australian Rules Football is in the process of rethinking the way it approaches coaching and teaching the game, and Flinders University’s Dr Shane Pill is among those leading the charge.

Dr Pill, a senior lecturer the School of Education, was a keynote speaker at the pre-season AFL National Coachi 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 »

Safety Grants For Regional South Australia
Safety Grants For Regional South Australia

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | RAA Insurance’s Regional Safety Grants are targeted at creating safer communities for people in rural South Australia and Broken Hill.

Not for profit organisations, community groups, schools and registered charities, with a project or activity that will impact safety in t Full Story »