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Artist brings refugee message home to Adelaide
Artist brings refugee message home to Adelaide

Adelaide artist Peter Drew is pasting up around 150 posters in his home city this week as part of his national odyssey seeking to influence the way Australians think about asylum seekers.

Drew, whose work has been exhibited in the Art Gallery of South Australia and internationally, has also put up Full Story »

Who pays when Uber or Airbnb goes bad?
Who pays when Uber or Airbnb goes bad?

Comment | It might take a death to ensure consumers laws are tightened to protect people using “disruptive” services such as Uber and Airbnb, argues Rob Nicholls.

Companies that bring together a buyer and seller across a platform, disrupting traditional incumbents, continue to grow in nu Full Story »

A good home for unwanted food
A good home for unwanted food

FEATURE | Every year Australians throw away $8 billion worth of food, while many in the community go hungry.

But OzHarvest embodies the adage waste not, want not – proving that if food isn’t wasted, there’s more than enough to go around.

On a food rescue mission, its iconic yellow trucks pick Full Story »

Why not a department for pedestrians?
Why not a department for pedestrians?

People must come first in cities, but our current focus is the opposite.

Moving vehicles around our cities efficiently seems to remain the primary objective of transport planning in Australia, and it continues to ruin our cities.

When we walk, we are programmed to maximise efficiency of movement, un Full Story »

Come Out show seeks to demystify autism
Come Out show seeks to demystify autism

COME OUT CHILDREN’S FESTIVAL | Revelations this month that a 10-year-old autistic boy was placed in a cage structure in a Canberra classroom showed that the treatment of people with learning disorders still leaves much to be desired.

It was an extreme case – “almost medieval-type think Full Story »

Baby et Lulu: Album Deux
Baby et Lulu: Album Deux

ALBUM REVIEW | In a nation where the pop music audience rarely moves beyond the bog-standard tempi, instrumentation and subject matter served up by the trans-Atlantic hit parade, Baby et Lulu refresh like a cool summer breeze.

Already popular with Adelaide audiences after successful appearances at W Full Story »

BioSA networking event
BioSA networking event

Technology industry professionals enjoyed a networking event – Engines of Growth – hosted by BioSA last week at the BioSA Conference Centre at Thebarton.

 

 

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Dulwich
Dulwich

This charming home has been updated for modern life. It features lofty ceilings throughout, with polished floorboards and quality carpets underfoot. A wide entrance hall opens to a formal sitting room with a beautiful ornate ceiling. The main bedroom has a luxurious en suite.

Push grows to kill subs rule
Push grows to kill subs rule

AFL | North Melbourne tall Todd Goldstein says young ruckmen will be among the chief beneficiaries from a change to the AFL’s much-loathed substitutes rule.

A day after Kangaroos coach Brad Scott said he was already planning for the death of the rule, Goldstein was talking up the benefits of d Full Story »

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Putting policy on track for better health
Putting policy on track for better health

A new Centre for Research Excellence (CRE) on the Social Determinants of Health Equity, to be launched at Flinders University today (April 24), is dedicated to achieving fairer health outcomes and improving the wellbeing of Australians.

The Centre will be will be launched by former Prime Minister Full Story »

School holiday savings!
School holiday savings!

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | Looking for ways to save more these school holidays? RAA members can save on a heap of activities for the kids, from movie tickets and bowling to games and attractions. Pre-purchase movie tickets online and save up to 45% with Events Cinemas and Greater Union, or purchase t 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 »