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Labor finally safe in Fisher as Libs pray for Davenport
Labor finally safe in Fisher as Libs pray for Davenport

Adelaide | There will be no court challenge to the knife-edge by-election result in Fisher.

The cut-off for lodging a disputed returns notice with the Supreme Court ended at close of business yesterday.

Independent candidate Daniel Woodyatt told InDaily via text message this morning: “I will not b Full Story »

Behind the back labels of Penfolds blends
Behind the back labels of Penfolds blends

PHILIP WHITE REVIEWS | Philip White has a think about two expensive Shiraz blends from Penfolds.

Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna ® South Australia Shiraz 2012
$40 Vintage Cellars, $37 Dan Murphy’s; 14.5% alcohol; screw cap; 80++ points

Kalimna is a priceless old vineyard property at the north end of Full Story »

The Theory of Everything
The Theory of Everything

FILM REVIEW | Knowing beforehand that The Theory of Everything is a film about Stephen Hawking, the famous English physicist with motor neurone disease, raises some potentially invidious questions.

Will the movie give us a new perspective on profound physical disability, as with My Left Foot? Or may Full Story »

Still Alice highlights Alzheimer’s agony
Still Alice highlights Alzheimer’s agony

FILM REVIEW | Still Alice is a valuable film, succeeding on several levels.

Its greatest achievement is Julianne Moore’s Oscar-nominated performance as Alice, who we meet as a 50-year-old linguistics professor at Columbia University, New York.

Alice’s life revolves around her family, her work an Full Story »

Adelaide Hills Crush festival
Adelaide Hills Crush festival

More than 20,000 people headed to the Hills last weekend to enjoy the region’s cool-climate wines and a host of events and activities as part of Crush, the Adelaide Hills food and wine festival.

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Somerton Park
Somerton Park

This premium penthouse offers panoramic views of the coastline. It features solid blackbutt timber floors in the living areas, plus a purpose-built and tiered theatre room with surround sound and seating for seven people.  The master bedroom includes a walk-through dressing room and an opulent b Full Story »

WorkCover and the great silence
WorkCover and the great silence

Comment | SA’s labour movement was strangely silent when Labor and the Liberals combined to remove workers’ rights, writes Morry Bailes.

It was perhaps the least reported legal story of 2014 – the repeal of our existing Workers’ Rehabilitation and Compensation Act and enactme Full Story »

Designing daylight in modern spaces
Designing daylight in modern spaces

ADELAIDE | This Japanese-inspired extension to a Toorak Gardens bungalow uses a sleek, modern architectural style to fill the space with natural light.

The design is bold and simple, responding to its environment and connecting the house and the young family who owns it to the brilliant outdoors.

& Full Story »

The golden era of SA women’s cricket
The golden era of SA women’s cricket

CRICKET | With Denis Brien as the state coach and Yorke Peninsula product Andrea McCauley as the on-field general, South Australia women’s cricket had its first and, to this point, only golden era, two decades ago.

This month marks the 20th anniversary of that special summer, where the South Austr Full Story »

Partners

Romance meets reality
Romance meets reality

“Obsessed” with romance novels and reality TV, Flinders University student Sarah Gates is playing the part of matchmaker by fusing the two genres to write her own love story.

Ms Gates, who is studying a double degree in law and arts with a major in creative writing, has just won the $12,500 Coli Full Story »

Summer Fun
Summer Fun

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | The school holidays are now almost at an end and if you’re fast running out of ways to keep the kids busy then we’ve got a few ideas for some great days out that will help to keep them entertained.

Calling all Earth Guardians to Adelaide Zoo

Over the school holidays Ade Full Story »

Mountains of fire
Mountains of fire

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | Snow-capped mountains, boiling mud pools and soothing hot springs make New Zealand’s volcanic zone a fascinating region to visit.

When a country is parked above the junction of two shifting continental plates you can expect the odd volcano. And so it is with New Zealand Full Story »