“Fear of the unknown” amid ongoing uncertainty about the Marshall Government’s looming land tax shakeup is strangling the property market, the sector says, as Treasurer Rob Lucas concedes even his best-case compromise scenario would not be “nationally competitive”.
Sanjeev Gupta’s GFG Alliance has been in discussions with the State and Federal Governments over potential taxpayer support for the Whyalla steelworks, the company acknowledged today.
New locally owned and operated café – and soon to be roastery – Hey Darling has joined the competitive CBD coffee scene.
Upcoming food and drink happenings in SA, including a Grenache Fest at Market Shed on Holland, a Penfolds degustation dinner, Mollydooker’s Bottle to Barrel Release Party, Father’s Day BBQs and blending sessions, and a Beer vs Wine Dinner at Kaffana.
This week’s Poet’s Corner contribution is from Adelaide writer Valerie Volk.
Kate Croser – a producer with credits including the recent romantic-comedy Top End Wedding – has been named the new chief executive of the South Australian Film Corporation after Courtney Gibson’s resignation last month.
Continuing the reinvention and reinvigoration of Adelaide’s West End dining scene, Stem Bar and Restaurant will open soon on Hindley Street. CityMag takes a look inside.
After serving its paella, pintxos and tapas from Stall 11 in the Adelaide Central Market for almost five years, Spanish eatery Comida Catering Co is moving out.
Hi Tea’s third frontage in Rundle Mall is the brand’s flagship store and a one-stop bubble tea, yoghurt smoothie and Taiwanese fried chicken shop.
This mid-century marvel has been painstakingly restored to its original glory. With plenty of space and priceless views, it’s ready and waiting for a new family to move in and enjoy.
Get out and about around the state this weekend with FestXpress Festival, Science Week, Strathalbyn Antiques Fair and more.
Liven up your weekend burgers with Callum Hann’s fresh and tasty pork banh mi sliders.
In a leaky brick and aluminium warehouse in Adelaide’s western suburbs hides what has been described as one of the most culturally significant sites in Australia – and it’s a place that is perpetually under threat.
There are mounting signs that the Marshall administration is spinning out of control amid growing questions about slapdash messaging, internal discipline and the Government’s own economic credentials, writes Tom Richardson.
SPECIAL REPORT | Cuts and closures loom for News Corp SA’s suburban weekly Messenger Newspapers, after the media company unsuccessfully lobbied several metropolitan councils for hundreds of thousands of ratepayer dollars to help prop up the ailing brand, warning continued publishing is “at risk”, InDaily can reveal.