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SA needs critical thinkers
SA needs critical thinkers

Comment | The State Government’s pleas for positive vibes about South Australia’s future would have a lot more credibility if its senior members didn’t flick the switch to partisan negativity so easily.

State Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis yesterday used his favourite avenue – Tw Full Story »

AGL profit powers on
AGL profit powers on

AGL Energy has lifted its full year profit 52 per cent and announced a $1.2 billion capital raising to help fund its takeover of NSW power provider Macquarie Generation.

The energy provider made a net profit of $570 million for the year to June 30, up from $375 million in the previous year, though t Full Story »

Nick Earls’ Analogue Men
Nick Earls’ Analogue Men

BOOK REVIEW | Veteran Australian comedic writer Nick Earls is back with his 14th novel, Analogue Men. Best known for writing books such as Bachelor Kisses and Zigzag Street, romantic comedies aimed at women in their late teens and 20s, Earls proves with this latest offering that he’s all growe Full Story »

West Lakes
West Lakes

This architecturally designed home has panoramic lake views.  The residence includes spacious family, lounge and living areas, each overlooking the water. There are three large bedrooms upstairs, including a master bedroom with an en suite, walk-in-robe and balcony. The main bathroom features a Full Story »

Poem: Unsterile Environment
Poem: Unsterile Environment

POET’S CORNER | There is one thing in this world that we all share - no matter which corner of the globe we inhabit - writes Californian writer and editor Patricia Wellingham-Jones in this week’s Poet’s Corner contribution.

Unsterile Environment

Around the globe the wind swirls
in soft g Full Story »

Ronald McDonald House SA Gala Ball
Ronald McDonald House SA Gala Ball

The 20th annual Ronald McDonald House SA Gala Ball took place at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre to support seriously ill children and their families.

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BHP’s split personality
BHP’s split personality

LONDON | The world’s largest mining company BHP Billiton is offloading some smaller assets into a new company that will join the local share market in 2015.

BHP is demerging the majority of its aluminium, coal, manganese, nickel and silver assets into the new entity, dubbed NewCo, but has left Full Story »

The Forager: pub without borders, top steak
The Forager: pub without borders, top steak

This week in The Forager: community support for food producers, where to find a good steak, chef Duncan Welgemoed’s next move and the first taste of Jamie’s Italian.

Pub rescue

Just a 20-minute drive across the border from Naracoorte, on the old Edenhope touring route from Adelaide to M Full Story »

AFL’s top talent pool wins again
AFL’s top talent pool wins again

AFL | Sacred Heart College, one of Australia’s premium AFL talent nurseries, won its third successive Open Schools Cup Championship at Norwood Oval on Tuesday night.

The college’s list of 24 AFL players in the post-1990 era includes Port Adelaide’s Cornes brothers, Fremantle’ Full Story »

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Counting the value of SA’s culture
Counting the value of SA’s culture

As the preeminent Festival State, South Australia has an international reputation for its arts and culture, yet the broader impact of our bustling arts scene is often overshadowed by an emphasis on the bottom line.

For the first time, researchers from Flinders University are developing a set of tool Full Story »

In Conversation with astronaut Chris Hadfield
In Conversation with astronaut Chris Hadfield

Flinders University space archaeologist Dr Alice Gorman chats to Colonel Chris Hadfield – one of the most famous astronauts on Earth – as part of an interview for The Conversation.

In the interview, Dr Gorman asks Colonel Hadfield about human-machine relations, lessons for the Australian space p Full Story »

Accreditation opens Hong Kong funding to students
Accreditation opens Hong Kong funding to students

Hong Kong students can now receive funding from their local government to study Flinders University’s Bachelor of Creative Arts (Digital Media) after the course was accredited by their local accreditation body, the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic & Vocational Qualifications (HK Full Story »