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Lunch review: The Flinders Street Project
Lunch review: The Flinders Street Project

LUNCH REVIEW | Six months ago chef Stewart Wesson hopped across Victoria Square from his previous station at Public CBD in Franklin Street to take up a little blink-and-miss-it space on Flinders Street below a block of apartments.

It’s like a micro version of Public in style, but more casual and r Full Story »

Velvet set to conjure a disco inferno
Velvet set to conjure a disco inferno

ADELAIDE FRINGE | A show that takes inspiration from the hedonistic New York nightclub Studio 54, stars legendary diva Marcia Hines and promises a wild trip to Boogie Wonderland – how could any disco devotee resist?

“It will be fun with a capital F,” director Craig Illott says of Velvet, which Full Story »

What’s on in Adelaide
What’s on in Adelaide

WEEKEND PICKS | This long weekend you can head to the Hills for the Crush Festival, see Sneaky Sound System headlining the Australia Day concert in Elder Park, catch the latest Tour action or get your sci-fi fix with the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular.

Australia Day

Sneaky Sound System will headl Full Story »

2015 People’s Choice Undies Run
2015 People’s Choice Undies Run

More than 1000 people ran, jogged and strolled around Adelaide’s East End in their underwear last weekend, raising $158,000 for bowel cancer and setting a new record for the People’s Choice Undies Run event.

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Glenelg North
Glenelg North

This two-storey house overlooks the ocean. It features a luxurious master bedroom with views of the coastline, and an en suite and walk-in robes. There is a modern kitchen, a dining room, family room with fully equipped bar to one side, casual living room in the middle and a rumpus room.

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Santos lifts revenue despite oil slide
Santos lifts revenue despite oil slide

Companies | Santos lifted sales revenue and production in the December quarter, despite a sharp slide in oil prices.

The oil and gas company lifted production and sales of oil and gas eight per cent during the three months to December 31, while sales revenue rose three per cent to $1.09 billion.

San Full Story »

Cahill stunner enters Socceroos folklore
Cahill stunner enters Socceroos folklore

Asian Cup | Tim Cahill knows he can still write his own script, but reckons others will write off his bicycle-kick stunner as a fluke.

Just like they wrote off his screaming volleyed goal at last year’s World Cup as a fluke.

And just like they keep writing him off.

“I’m not going n Full Story »

Are milk alternatives really good for us?
Are milk alternatives really good for us?

FEATURE | There’s a milk revolution going on in supermarkets and it’s showing no sign of retreat. Where formerly we might have had a simple choice between cow milk and soy milk, with a few other niche products available in the bigger supermarkets, suddenly we’re facing a bewildering range: alm Full Story »

Wind turbine studies: the good, the bad and the ugly
Wind turbine studies: the good, the bad and the ugly

Comment | By all means study the effects of wind turbines on health, but no-one benefits from bad science, argues Jacqui Hoepner and Will J Grant.

Yesterday, The Australian ran a front-page article about what it called a “groundbreaking” new study on wind turbines and their associated health imp Full Story »

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Power naps for insomniacs
Power naps for insomniacs

Power naps may hold the key to treating insomnia, Flinders University researchers believe.

In a world-first study, Flinders Postdoctoral Research Associate Dr Nicole Lovato is recruiting patients to test the role of brief daytime sleeps as an adjunct therapy to improve the success of sleep restricti Full Story »

Does transgender reality shine through Transparent?
Does transgender reality shine through Transparent?

The following article was written by Flinders University social work expert Damien Riggs and originally published on The Drum.

There was much to celebrate at the Golden Globes this week, beyond the individual recipients of awards.Most notable was the fact that the new Amazon television series Transp Full Story »

Climate change to put dunes on the move
Climate change to put dunes on the move

The instability of coastal sand dunes – already an issue for Adelaide’s suburban beaches – is likely to worsen as sea levels rise with global warming, according to Flinders University Professor Patrick Hesp.

And deprived by human activity of the space to retreat from higher sea levels, Profess Full Story »