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Gunston reflects on Adelaide exit
Gunston reflects on Adelaide exit

AFL | Jack Gunston’s decision to switch AFL clubs is proving even more successful than it was controversial.

Three years ago, Gunston returned to his home state and joined Hawthorn after only two seasons at Adelaide.

He made a hard call and not surprisingly it angered the Crows.

But the Hawtho Full Story »

10 lessons for SA from Port Adelaide’s revival
10 lessons for SA from Port Adelaide’s revival

Comment | South Australia is to the nation what Port Adelaide is to the AFL – the Power circa 2012 that is.

Broke, a laughing stock, no credible game plan, no future – but a proud history and supported by a legion of rusted-ons who aren’t going anywhere.

But back to Port Power.

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Theatre quest: The pursuit of Peter Brook
Theatre quest: The pursuit of Peter Brook

THE SUIT | The last time Rob Bookman helped bring one of influential British theatre director Peter Brook’s plays to Adelaide, he had to get flights diverted so the plane noise wouldn’t drown out the actors.

The play was the nine-hour epic The Mahabharata, an adaptation of the Indian epic poem o Full Story »

Pinot: Yarra vs Mornington
Pinot: Yarra vs Mornington

PHILIP WHITE OPINION | Whitey has drowned himself in some famous Pinots noir from two hero producers in southern Victoria: Oakridge in the Yarra Valley, and Kooyong, further south on Mornington Peninsula.

Just another shard of critical evidence in your correspondent’s insanity trial is his fir Full Story »

National win for Adelaide birth photographer
National win for Adelaide birth photographer

Adelaide photographer Victoria Berekmeri’s sometimes controversial work capturing the birthing process has been recognised with a category win in the Australian Professional Photography Awards.

The Australian Birth Photographer of the Year award comes just over a year after one of her photos of a Full Story »

Adam Liaw’s Mee Goreng
Adam Liaw’s Mee Goreng

RECIPE | Adam Liaw says most of the favourite family meals he ate as a child were made in one big wok, pan, dish or pot – hence the title of his new cookbook, Adam’s Big Pot.

Published today and dedicated to his grandmother and son, the book features a wide range of Asian-influenced recipes – Full Story »

UDIA Young Professionals event
UDIA Young Professionals event

A networking event for development industry professionals was held by Donaldson Walsh Urban Development Institute of South Australia at Mylk Bar on Flinders Street this month.

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Springfield
Springfield

This beautiful home is set within a spectacular botanical garden. It includes four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Adjacent to a bay-window music room is a sitting room with a fireplace. A large indoor-outdoor room with floor-to-ceiling windows looks out over the terrace and the pool.

Find out more here Full Story »

Car no longer king in urban streetscapes
Car no longer king in urban streetscapes

A pedestrian-friendly approach to urban design is transforming some of Adelaide’s streetscapes into thriving community and commercial hubs.

Landscape architect Lisel Ashby told a recent urban design conference that a tough business environment had helped force a rethink about the role of city stre Full Story »

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Business MOOC takes video learning to new level
Business MOOC takes video learning to new level

Flinders University is leading the way in online video-based learning thanks to the high production quality of its new Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), “The Biz Playbook”.

The new MOOC, which shows entrepreneurs how to set up a business, was shot and edited by Flinders Creations in partnership Full Story »

Food for fish: research finds Tasmanian upwelling
Food for fish: research finds Tasmanian upwelling

New research at Flinders has identified an area of upwelling – a site where complex natural dynamics bring up deep-sea water and nutrients to the sea’s upper layers – on the west coast of Tasmania.

Upwelling activity plays a vital role in the marine food chain globally, and the newly discovere Full Story »

Flinders on new journey with Maggie Beer Foundation
Flinders on new journey with Maggie Beer Foundation

A new partnership between Flinders University’s Discipline of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Maggie Beer Foundation to improve nutrition in Australia’s aged care facilities is officially underway, with staff and students heading to the Barossa Valley last week to begin the crusade.

The Flinders Full Story »