Set in Mount Barker, Adelaide writer Rebekah Clarkson’s ‘Barking Dogs’ is described as a peeping tom guide to a regional town in turmoil. But there’s one thing she wants to make clear: “This is a work of fiction.”
In our latest podcast, South Australian trucking legend Peter Cochrane says current conditions are the toughest he's faced in more than four decades in business. But the man who still loves to get on a forklift and load his own trucks says he isn't about to let his exacting standards slip.
In our latest podcast, Nicole Haack sits down with a young gun of organic wine and a veteran South Australian winemaker, to talk about organic versus conventional wines, young wines versus the aged, and whether organic wines really can help you escape a hangover.
Adelaide nurse Susie Byrne, a campaigner for euthanasia laws, has challenged the state's MPs to meet with people who are suffering at the end of their lives.
Twenty-one-year-old Adelaide entrepreneur Michael Anderson has a global audience in the millions, assistants in three countries, and a serious income stream - all from filming himself opening boxes of Pokemon cards in his bedroom. Here's how he's making a career from working a "niche within the niche".
Despite a shaky start, Adelaide restaurateur and former MasterChef finalist André Ursini has established a fast-growing hospitality empire that is about to expand further with a new venture in the Hills – and, he reveals, a second city restaurant.
Opposition Leader Steven Marshall concedes he might not have been ready to take the reins of the state’s top job when he narrowly failed to form Government after the 2014 state election.