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A guide to New Zealand’s strangest election
A guide to New Zealand’s strangest election

Comment | We’re in the final few days of an election campaign that has had it all – comedy, conspiracy and claims of dirty politics – though none of it has dented New Zealand National Prime Minister John Key’s chances of winning a third term in power.

The predictions market puts 80 per cent Full Story »

How Australia’s food lobby works
How Australia’s food lobby works

COMMENT | Criticism of the food industry has itself become a niche industry. But the tendency to embrace a US-centric conception of how the industry works risks masking local variants and inhibiting a targeted response in other countries.

Since the 2001 book Fast Food Nation, a spate of books, films Full Story »

A compelling picture of the extreme faith
A compelling picture of the extreme faith

OZASIA ON SCREEN | Once every 12 years, a mystical pilgrimage to the sacred meeting point of three Indian rivers provides a rite of passage for dedicated followers from all around the globe.

Written and directed by Pal Nalin (Samsara), Faith Connections is a captivating documentary exploring the pow Full Story »

We Are the Best!
We Are the Best!

FILM REVIEW | Lukas Moodysson has long been one of my favourite directors. After ground-breaking films such as Show Me Love, about two young girls falling in love with each other, and Lilya 4-ever, about trafficking, Moodysson has again put the focus on girls. We Are the Best! is based on the graphi Full Story »

Save the Children morning tea
Save the Children morning tea

A morning tea was held by the Stirling/Aldgate branch of Save the Children at Mt Lofty House to raise funds for the charity’s programs. Emeritus Professor in Child Development Freda Briggs was guest speaker.

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Woodville Park
Woodville Park

This vast, castle-like residence features a grand entrance hall, massive bathrooms and a large, open kitchen. The home includes five bedrooms,  a study and an over-sized lounge. There is a lift between the first and second levels, while a rooftop terrace is large enough to host wedding-sized part Full Story »

Kitty Flanagan to spruik Adelaide Fringe
Kitty Flanagan to spruik Adelaide Fringe

Comedian Kitty Flanagan, announced this morning as the 2015 Adelaide Fringe ambassador, likens being in the city during Mad March to being in New York.

“Adelaide is already one of my favourite places and during Fringe it just gets better,” she says.

“It’s like being in New York – everythin Full Story »

You can’t save Urban Myth – but you can save Warren
You can’t save Urban Myth – but you can save Warren

Any hope of saving Adelaide’s Urban Myth theatre company is gone, but a crowd-funding campaign is still trying to raise enough money to save Warren – a play which more than 50 young performers have been working on for two years.

A group of former staff is also planning to continue youth theatre Full Story »

Ibsen in One Take
Ibsen in One Take

OZASIA FESTIVAL REVIEW | In this Australian premiere, Chinese director Wang Chong pushes the boundaries of convention and reminds audiences that our past can both shape our lives and destroy our future.

Inspired by the works of Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, Ibsen in One Take tells the tragicall Full Story »

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Flinders only Aussie finalist in Times video comp
Flinders only Aussie finalist in Times video comp

It’s an Australian video … it’s a top five finalist in the world … and with the Australian public’s views, likes and shares on YouTube, it could be number one!

That’s the thrilling opportunity facing Flinders University’s entry to the Times Higher Education “Why I Love My University Full Story »

Violence and power PhD in Trans-Tasman comp
Violence and power PhD in Trans-Tasman comp

“In South Australia, more than half of the young people who go into juvenile detention reoffend – clearly something’s not working.”

Having worked for more than a decade in the youth work sector, Flinders University PhD candidate Ben Lohmeyer sees the flaws in the system first-hand.

As part o Full Story »

Focus on hospitals at Flinders-Nankai conference
Focus on hospitals at Flinders-Nankai conference

The analytics used to improve assembly lines may seem worlds apart from hospital beds, but the skills of engineers offer real opportunities to make clinical care flow more smoothly and reduce patient waiting times, according to Flinders University Vice-Chancellor Professor Michael Barber.

Professor Full Story »