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AFL tipsters’ guide: Tippett to finally face Crows
AFL tipsters’ guide: Tippett to finally face Crows

AFL | Adam Goodes will be sorely missed but Sydney will still be strengthened by the return of four key players as they look to snap a two-game losing streak against Adelaide on Saturday.

Big forward Kurt Tippett will face his old team for the first time since he left Adelaide at the end of the 2012 Full Story »

Aussies need miracle to avoid humiliation
Aussies need miracle to avoid humiliation

Cricket | Australia require a miraculous knock of Ashton Agar proportions to make a game of the third Ashes Test, with an embarrassing loss looming large.

Australia avoided a two-day defeat at Edgbaston on Thursday, but hold a lead of just 23 runs after slumping to 7-168 at stumps.

Recalled paceman Full Story »

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation
Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

FILM REVIEW | Rogue Nation is the latest instalment in the Mission: Impossible franchise where Tom Cruise’s character, Ethan Hunt, is engaged in a game of goodies and baddies involving a crazy race against time.

There always has to be a deadline. Produced by JJ Abrams and Cruise, and directed Full Story »

Far From Men
Far From Men

FILM REVIEW | Far From Men has been described elsewhere as a “western”, a reference to the familiar American genre, but it probably owes more to the Italian Spaghetti versions than anything produced by Hollywood.

The fact that David Oelhoffen’s adaptation of The Guest, a short story by Albert Full Story »

Leading the way in organic wines
Leading the way in organic wines

PHILIP WHITE WINE REVIEWS | Whitey pays tribute to Joch Bosworth, a South Australian organic wine pioneer.

Battle of Bosworth McLaren Vale Shiraz 2013
$25; 14.5% alcohol; screw cap; 85+ points

It’s 20 years since Joch Bosworth began converting his father’s Willunga piedmont vineyards to Full Story »

Claymore Wines ‘Reds’ events
Claymore Wines ‘Reds’ events

Clare Valley wine producer Claymore Wines celebrated its sponsorship of the Liverpool Football Club 2015 Tour Adelaide Match with a series of events, including the Claymore Club pop-up bar at Adelaide Oval and  “Lunch with the Legend” at the Strathmore Hotel.

 

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Wallaroo
Wallaroo

This newly built home is set on the banks of the Wallaroo Copper Cove marina and  features an in-ground swimming pool and pontoon. The residence has formal and informal entertaining areas and luxury fittings.

  • Address 110 Stately Way, Wallaroo
  • Price $1,150,000
  • Agent LJ Hooker
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathro Full Story »
Merging courts may be AG’s toughest reform
Merging courts may be AG’s toughest reform

Comment | It is perhaps unsurprising that a reformist Attorney-General like John Rau should eventually turn his attention to the courts themselves.

Not to confuse issues: the idea of a new court and new courts infrastructure is presently off the table because the government doesn’t have a spar Full Story »

Fuel, power, food top consumer concerns
Fuel, power, food top consumer concerns

Consumers | Consumers are most concerned about the price of electricity, petrol and food, with renters, low-income earners and unemployed people among the hardest hit, a survey shows.

Choice’s latest Consumer Pulse Report, released Thursday, showed 81 per cent of respondents were worried about Full Story »

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Math genius heading to Adelaide
Math genius heading to Adelaide

One of the world’s leading mathematicians, Flinders University alumnus Terry Tao, will return to Adelaide to give a public lecture in September.

The research professor in math at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) since 1999, will speak on one of his areas of expertise, Large and Small Full Story »

Web tool predicts bowel cancer risk
Web tool predicts bowel cancer risk

A new web based cancer risk assessment tool from the University of Melbourne, being presented at next week’s Primary Health Care Research (PHRC) Conference in Adelaide, is battling bowel cancer by identifying who is most likely to develop it and recommending appropriate screening.

The PHRC confere Full Story »

New website reveals Australian cannabis usage
New website reveals Australian cannabis usage

You’re three times more likely to crash while on it; 30-39 year olds are most likely to have had a puff; 18-24 year olds used it most in the past 12 months; a third of all Australians over 14 years old have used it; yet most Aussies are really against it.

These are among the latest findings on Aus Full Story »