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Keeping the vision for Chateau Tanunda
Keeping the vision for Chateau Tanunda

PHILIP WHITE OPINION | John Geber could talk the shell off a snail. This thought slid into my mind while he was talking about money. He’s one of those rich people who talks about money a lot.

Sometimes he talks about how hard it is to spend because it just plain hurts to see it go, other times Full Story »

Berries angst a case for food literacy
Berries angst a case for food literacy

FEATURE | The public reaction to the Hepatitis A scare linked to contaminated frozen berries imported from China continues.

Consumer confidence in imported food is likely to have suffered a hit, and consumers are questioning the safety of imported food.

Public health activists are calling for clear Full Story »

The seductive appeal of the toy piano
The seductive appeal of the toy piano

WOMADELAIDE | Margaret Leng Tan is known as the queen of the toy piano, but she will also be playing everything from bicycle bells and rattles to a jack-in-the-box at WOMADelaide this weekend.

Here, the New York-based Singaporean musician reveals why she has such affection for unusual instruments an Full Story »

The Collins Bar Soap event
The Collins Bar Soap event

Guests sipped on mixologist Grant Collins’ latest creation Rubber Ducky at The Collins Bar before attending popular Fringe show Soap in a special event partnership last week.

 

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Robe
Robe

This historic, solid-limestone four-bedroom home has been owned by the same family for more than 140 years. Just 120m away from Guichen Bay, the house is set on more than 7500sqm of land, with gardens and a fruit orchard. The residence features a formal lounge room, fireplaces and a terrace balcony Full Story »

SmallWaR confronts brutality of battle
SmallWaR confronts brutality of battle

ADELAIDE FESTIVAL REVIEW | In its Australian premiere, SmallWaR takes audiences on a haunting journey which explores the emotional and physical effects of war as experienced by those on the front line as well as loved ones left behind.

Set in 1914 in a field dressing station, the play features write Full Story »

2015 Adelaide Festival hub
2015 Adelaide Festival hub

ADELAIDE FESTIVAL | The 2015 Adelaide Festival features 42 music, theatre, dance and visual arts events, and this hub is where you will find all InDaily’s Festival stories and reviews.

This year’s Adelaide Festival continues until March 15, with highlights including a concert of composer Danny E Full Story »

2015 Adelaide Fringe hub
2015 Adelaide Fringe hub

ADELAIDE FRINGE | This hub is where you will find all InDaily’s 2015 Adelaide Fringe interviews and reviews.

Over the four weeks of the Fringe (from February 13 to March 15), we’ll be covering the comedians, cabaret acts, circus shows, musicians, theatre, dance and special events making up the m Full Story »

Closing the gap between art and life
Closing the gap between art and life

Comment | What is the role of the artist in the twenty-first century? Recent months have seen artists front and centre of national and international debates about human rights, capital punishment, freedom of speech and censorship. Artists haven’t carried this much weight for some time.

It seems th Full Story »

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Social media makes cultural icons a target for terror
Social media makes cultural icons a target for terror

Recent postings on social media of the destruction of 3,000 year-old Assyrian sculptures by ISIS highlights a new threat to cultural heritage in times of conflict.

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If there is a must-see attraction in Vietnam, this is it!
If there is a must-see attraction in Vietnam, this is it!

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | Conical hats aside, some the most recognisable images of Vietnam feature the limestone outcrops of Halong Bay. Around 1600 islands and towering rock pillars of various shapes and sizes make up this World Heritage listed marvel, which has also been included among the seven  Full Story »

Insurance – keeping it relevant
Insurance – keeping it relevant

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | So your car, home and contents are insured and have been for years. But have you been lulled into a false sense of security by the mere fact that you pay your premium every year? When did you last check that your insurance coverage still meets your needs and provides adequa Full Story »