It’s apt that the Crows have chosen their bye-week to wave ‘bye-bye’ to their increasingly wretched season. Fans want answers, and our Fumbles correspondent has found them – in the form of an incredible, never-before-seen spray from an architect of Adelaide’s premiership double.
The State Government has appointed a leading high school principal to conduct a review of the South Australian Certification of Education, including an assessment of the controversial Research Project subject and Year 12 subject numbers.
Even as it poses a serious threat to transport jobs in South Australia, the impending autonomous vehicle revolution is likely to be a boon for advanced manufacturing workers here, Transport Minister Stephan Knoll says.
The head of a panel involved in the development of a new Aboriginal Education Strategy for state schools says reintroducing bilingual education in the APY Lands would help improve poor Indigenous literacy and numeracy levels.
InDaily’s hit list of events and shows over the weekend and week ahead, including Cabaret Festival closing weekend highlights, State Theatre’s confronting new play, “the Citizen Kane of bad movies” and 54 Reasons to Party with the ASO.
New boutique spirit producer Seppeltsfield Road Distillery is set to open next month with the launch of three gins, and its owners hope it will fuel the resurgence of stills across the Barossa.
Patti LuPone, Broadway performer for more than 40 years, strides onto the Festival Theatre stage with a sense of ownership which tells the audience she is completely at home with her music.
“A rescue operation to save the dinosaurs from an island that’s about to explode? What could go wrong?” Pretty much everything in this newest – and darkest – thriller from the never-say-die Jurassic franchise.
SPECIAL REPORT | The proportion of South Australian students choosing to study a language in Year 12 has fallen by more than half in the past 10 years, prompting a new strategy and a staffing overhaul of the Education Department’s languages team.
The under-fire Hutt Street Centre for homeless people has received powerful support from the South Australian business community and Premier Steven Marshall.
The ABC quietly closed its Adelaide sound library days before the March state election, with new revelations that the drift of jobs away from South Australia over several years played a part in the decision to axe the facility.