During the First World War, thousands of South Australian men and women contributed to the war effort in France and on the Western Front.
An ambitious three-year marine heritage project which found 14 wrecked vessels and mapped more than 100 maritime archaeological sites along the entire west coast of Scotland has won a prestigious European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage/Europa Nostra Awards.
South Australia’s small-to-medium enterprises need to better understand the impacts of technological change, which threatens to make many existing business models obsolete and displace two in every five jobs within the next 10 years.
It isn’t Shakespeare, but the Adelaide Fringe award-winning play 19 Weeks is giving Flinders University actor Tiffany Lyndall Knight something even more rewarding than performing the Bard.
Flinders University researchers are calling for participants in a new posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) therapy trial which aims to improve people’s recovery after a traumatic event.
Not all wetlands are created equal, but even the smallest are vital when it comes to preserving fragile freshwater biodiversity, and a new case study from South Australia spells another warning.