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Adelaide Fringe

Barbu: 'it’s a rave circus show'

Barbu Electro Trad Cabaret harks back to the Montreal fairgrounds of more than 100 years ago, when burly men performed astounding feats of strength alongside a troupe of other eccentric talents.

Food & Wine

Restaurants

Restaurant review: Bridgewater Mill

When Warren and Nicolla Randall purchased the Bridgewater Mill exactly a year ago, they not only bought a converted flour mill transformed into a cellar door and award-winning restaurant, they also bought an important chunk of Adelaide’s culinary history.

Travel CityMag

A new way to picture SA

South Australian photographer Che Chorley is leaving the cool calm of his beloved ocean and embarking on an ambitious project that will capture the true nature of South Australia in 2016.

Arts & Culture

Business

Manton St Tales

Getting into the black could still leave United red-faced

Success in Asia is important for Adelaide United's bottom line, but there's no question that fans would prefer an A-League championship, argues Paul Marcuccitti.

Sport

Soccer

Blatter and Platini "can come to World Cup"

Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko says disgraced world soccer president Sepp Blatter and the sport's European head, Michel Platini, will be invited to the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Soccer

Unlikely champions Leicester chasing history

Former Leicester City manager Martin O'Neill believes Saturday's stunning victory over Manchester City could spur the Foxes to become the most unexpected English champions since his Nottingham Forest side of 38 years ago.

iSpy

Tomich Wines Pony in the Vines

Guests enjoyed pony rides and gourmet food and wine at Tomich Wines' annual Pony in the Vines event, part of the recent Crush Adelaide Hills Wine and Food Festival.

Travel

Real Estate