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Morrison's "miracle" win; Shorten's swift exit

Scott Morrison remains Australia’s prime minister after a surprise narrow victory, while Bill Shorten will quit as Labor’s leader.

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Music

Who needs a conductor, anyway?

Australian pianist Simon Tedeschi will perform in an ASO concert this month which aims to give young people an insight into the mysteries of the conductor – and he admits it’s not an easy role to explain to non-musicians.

Local

End of an era for Central Market tea salon

Adelaide Central Market institution T BAR tea salon will close at the end of next month as the owners focus on other arms of the SA family business, including its Rundle Place shop and Torrensville-based wholesale operation.

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Chorizo breakfast tacos with avocado salsa

One thing we all need on polling day is a good breakfast, and Callum Hann’s spicy breakfast tacos will keep you full and warm while you’re waiting in line at the voting station. Just make sure you leave room for a democracy sausage…

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Variety Showdown Shield Luncheon

Variety – the Children’s Charity of South Australia held the second annual Variety Showdown Shield Luncheon last Friday in the William Magarey Room at Adelaide Oval.

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