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A tragic Christmas Tale: Ooldea, 1941
A tragic Christmas Tale: Ooldea, 1941

Adelaide | It’s Christmas Eve, 1941.

At the Ooldea Mission, an un-named Aboriginal man with a life-threatening leg injury is placed on a wooden cart and transported the four miles to the Ooldea Siding, a stop on the Trans-Australian line, 500 miles northwest of Adelaide, but much further by road o Full Story »

Why I’d ban the word ‘natural’
Why I’d ban the word ‘natural’

PHILIP WHITE OPINION | While making prophecies is a loser’s act more often than not, most contemporary pundits know little of the bitterness of the draught of contrition which should follow when they’re wrong.

Beyond that prediction that goes rancid even before it leaves the mouth, the c Full Story »

Top reads for the summer holidays
Top reads for the summer holidays

BOOKS | If your idea of holiday heaven is long, lazy days spent reclining with a stack of great books, then read on.

InDaily has asked four Adelaide book experts to share their top holiday reading recommendations from publishers’ 2014 lists, and the results offer something for every taste.

Gavin W Full Story »

Our naive approach to medical care
Our naive approach to medical care

Comment | A new study shows many people overestimate the benefits of medical intervention, writes Tammy Hoffmann and Chris Del Mar.

“It might do me some good and it won’t hurt to give it a go.”

How often have you heard a phrase like this?

Most people have naïve optimism about medical care. Th Full Story »

Michael Jackson moves more than memories
Michael Jackson moves more than memories

MUSIC | Thriller Live is a product of the fan culture is what has encouraged the world to remember Michael Jackson for his extraordinary talent and the message he tried to convey.

Playing at the Festival Theatre over New Year,  the concert is a celebration of the music and live performances of Jac Full Story »

Frozen Beer Co launch
Frozen Beer Co launch

More than 350 guests attended the national launch of Frozen Beer Co’s extra cold beer at the Loft Bar in Gouger Street.

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Henley Beach
Henley Beach

This two-storey home has views to the city and the beach. The entrance opens into a spacious foyer, featuring a floor-to-ceiling bay window and a water feature. Upstairs there are spacious, open-plan living and dining areas, containing a kitchen with dark granite benchtops and a glass splashback.  Full Story »

Galekovic makes Asian Cup squad
Galekovic makes Asian Cup squad

Soccer | Adelaide United keeper Eugene Galekovic and form striker Nathan Burns are two of seven A-League players named in coach Ange Postecoglou’s final 23-man Socceroos squad for the home Asian Cup campaign.

Capped seven times, 26-year-old Burns virtually demanded a selection recall to the go Full Story »

Adelaide Strikers take thrilling win
Adelaide Strikers take thrilling win

CRICKET | Tail-ender Adam Zampa was the hero as the Adelaide Strikers secured a dramatic one-wicket victory over the Perth Scorchers in Monday night’s BBL clash at the WACA Ground.

Chasing a modest 147 for victory, Adelaide were in big trouble after Scorchers paceman Jason Behrendorff claimed Full Story »

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The worrying new face of Adelaide ice use
The worrying new face of Adelaide ice use

Soaring use of the methamphetamine ‘ice’ could be because of an increasing normalisation of the drug among groups of high achieving young people beyond the normal user profile.

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Strong (and skinny) is the new sexy
Strong (and skinny) is the new sexy

Fitspiration – or fitspo for short – is a rising global movement within social media that encourages weight loss, healthy eating and exercise through inspirational fitness images and slogans.

Touted as promoting healthy lifestyles, the fitspo trend is now being called into question by Flinders U Full Story »

Flinders archaeologist takes top space industry role
Flinders archaeologist takes top space industry role

Flinders University’s Dr Alice Gorman has become the first woman to be elected to the National Executive Council of the Space Industry Association of Australia (SIAA).

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