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Cuts ‘devastating’ for local industry: ABC producer
Cuts ‘devastating’ for local industry: ABC producer

Adelaide | The ABC’s most senior local television producer says the cuts to the national broadcaster’s South Australian operations will be devastating for the local industry.

The SA-based executive producer of television factual, Margot Phillipson, told InDaily that yesterday’s cut Full Story »

Classic ’80s TV comedy on stage
Classic ’80s TV comedy on stage

THEATRE REVIEW | Listen very carefully I shall write this only once! Go see Noarlunga Theatre Company’s version of ‘Allo ‘Allo - it’s hilarious.

How much the audience enjoys the stage revival of the sitcom is practically dependent upon how funny it found the original TV Show.

After all, Full Story »

Pink Yellow Blue Ball
Pink Yellow Blue Ball

The Flinders Medical Centre Foundation’s pinkyellowblueball celebrated its 25th anniversary at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre this month with all proceeds from the event supporting cancer research.

 

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Lessons in vibrancy from 1940s Bank Street
Lessons in vibrancy from 1940s Bank Street

DESIGN | The health and wellbeing of Adelaide is increasingly being tested by the ‘vibrancy’ agenda for its streets and laneways.

The idea that streets need to instantly ‘mean’ something as opposed to expressing an ingrained character is becoming fashionable again, and the risk is that we ig Full Story »

Henley Beach
Henley Beach

This light-filled home is located just steps from the surf. It features high ceilings, timber floorboards and a well-appointed kitchen. The house also has a generous bathroom and a comfortable front deck.

More on the property here.

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Gender equality gap in Aust workplaces
Gender equality gap in Aust workplaces

Australian workplaces have produced disappointing results when it comes to gender equality, according to new research.

The Workplace Gender Equality Agency has released its biggest ever set of standardised data on employers’ gender equality performance, and the results show that workplaces nee Full Story »

Yarwood: Let’s keep chasing new ideas
Yarwood: Let’s keep chasing new ideas

Comment | The role of Lord Mayor is a mystery to many; it’s certainly unique.

I was often asked if it was full time: in reality it was a 24/7 commitment where even rare family time was punctuated by phone calls, text messages, urgent emails and social media.

The day regularly started with early mo Full Story »

The spoils of luxury brands
The spoils of luxury brands

PHILIP WHITE OPINION | Whitey reports on a scary paper just released by the New York-based Luxury Institute – scary because of Australia’s presumptuous pricing of many expensive wines which aren’t quite true luxuries – among other things.

“All around the globe, the luxu Full Story »

Kyrgios named our player of the year
Kyrgios named our player of the year

Tennis | Nick Kyrgios has added the strawberries and cream to his dazzling season with the Newcombe Medal as Australia’s most outstanding tennis player of year.

The 19-year-old excitement machine edged out veteran grand slam champions Lleyton Hewitt and Samantha Stosur and rising Casey Dellacq Full Story »

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Scarce backs SA ship building at Investigator Lecture
Scarce backs SA ship building at Investigator Lecture

The former Governor of South Australia, Kevin Scarce, has launched a fierce defence of Australian ship building and called for a mature debate on the costs and benefits of a nuclear industry at Flinders University’s 2014 Investigator Lecture.

During his lecture, titled Divided we fall: Finding a s Full Story »

Dementia carers suffer too
Dementia carers suffer too

Many Australian spouses are looking after loved ones with dementia without external support, research from Flinders University shows.

In a study of more than 100 Adelaide carers over seven years, Flinders Research Associate Dr Lynsey Brown found many spouses caring for their partners in the family h Full Story »

Flinders ‘Glocal Classroom’ links four continents
Flinders ‘Glocal Classroom’ links four continents

Flinders University is using its cutting edge digital technology this week to host students and staff from four universities on four continents at a virtual ‘Glocal Classroom’.

The event reinforces a strong relationship between Flinders University and Malmo University, which has sent a high Full Story »