Cricket lover Katie Hulmes began her career as a field engineer with Golder Associates when she was still a teenager.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has called on the Pope to sack Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson.
South Australia’s jobless rate is now the second-lowest of the states, with only New South Wales posting a better performance in June.
Power generator Engie has paid $60,000 in penalties after the Australian Energy Regulator found it failed to respond promptly to calls for more power from an Adelaide power station during a blackout in 2016.
The new State Government’s freight infrastructure plans would tie in neatly with a proposal to develop fast passenger train services to connect Adelaide with nearby growth regions, writes Richard Blandy.
Fall From Grace founder Gill Gordon-Smith tells the story of her first orange wine, Lolita, which was made ‘doing everything you shouldn’t do with white wine’.
ABC reality show Everyone’s A Critic may help broaden gallery audiences by inviting ‘everyday Australians’ to discuss artworks, but it also highlights the need for greater visual literacy in our population, writes Holly Arden.
With a star-studded cast and heartwarming story, this follow-up to the 2008 box-office hit Mamma Mia! is unapologetically silly, ABBA-fuelled fun.
A converted shearing shed offering spectacular views over the rolling Fleurieu countryside all the way to Cape Jervis is set to house one of South Australia’s newest craft brewhouses.
Competition for graduate jobs in South Australia is fierce, prompting Malcolm King to ask: when will our universities start to focus on quality over quantity?
Adelaide retains a resilient cluster of colourful second-hand and antiquarian booksellers who, driven by a labour of literary love, have defied the contemporary threats to the industry. And their stories suggest the printed book is far from dead.
SPECIAL REPORT | Frontline workers in South Australia have revealed the extent of poverty, isolation and uncertainty in the lives of migrant women who experience domestic violence – and they say responses from the Department of Home Affairs and SA Police have added to women’s suffering.