The State Government is in talks with the Adelaide City Council about a funding partnership to fix the “completely failed” layout of Victoria Square, InDaily can reveal.
Commonwealth Bank is expected to unveil another record first-half profit when it reports its first half results on Wednesday.
Two tennis umpires were banned last year, one for life, for breaches of the sport's code of conduct for officials, world governing body the International Tennis Federation has revealed.
The state’s property sector is on board with John Rau's revised infrastructure funding model, and has intensified its lobbying of MPs ahead of a crucial vote that will redesign South Australia’s planning regime.
The Liberal Party would need a statewide vote of 54 per cent just to win government under methodology used to determine electoral fairness, the Electoral Boundaries Commission has been told.
More casualties of Adelaide’s short-lived Asiafest are expected to come forward as creditors meet next week to resolve debts of more than half a million dollars.
An Adelaide Hills hotel is capitalising on South Australians' interest in boutique gin and more intimate “small bar” experiences by creating an in-house space that caters for the trend.
Home-grown basil has made its way into a local sweetmaker's marshmallow mix in time for the Flinders Street Market's Valentine's Markets this weekend.
Locally grown new-season pears are available now and into autumn, perfectly timed for making this end-of-summer recipe for pear, fig and grape tart.
Upcoming food and wine events in SA, including the first Friday night dinner at a favourite Adelaide Hills cafe and Fringe events that will give you more than a few belly laughs.