Opposition Leader Peter Malinauskas's plans to introduce legislation to keep notorious pedophile Colin Humphrys in jail has been described as a "publicity stunt" by the State Government, which says the previous Labor administration failed to act in 2016 after a similar case emerged.
Does it pass the pub test for Barnaby Joyce to launch action in defence of his privacy while pocketing $150,000 for a tell-all interview with partner Vikki Campion about their new family?
Labor has received a boost in the latest Newspoll, pulling away from the Turnbull government as it prepares for a handful of by-elections across Australia.
Music educators and industry workers have welcomed a State Government-led review of music education amid concerns South Australia’s school programs are inadequate, poorly staffed and under-resourced.
Smart learners make sure they seize the moment – which is why mid-year entry to university courses offers a perfect pathway to improvement.
Recently acquired by the biggest international names in podcasting – WNYC, WBEZ Chicago, NPR, and This American Life – Adelaide company Shifty Jelly is helping to build the future of the entire industry.
This rich Italian sauce from The Long & Short of Pasta freezes well and can be served with pasta, polenta or roasted vegetables.
A brother and sister chef team and bartender-turned-baker have made Udaberri – now with 100 per cent more brunch – the most interesting place to eat in the city right now, according to CityMag.
New State Theatre Company play Terrestrial is a tale of two teenagers finding consolation in an isolated South Australian town while wondering whether they are being watched over by extraterrestrial beings.
An unsafe public healthcare facility, kept open for years despite safety warnings, run by the same organisation that failed to stop the horrors of Oakden during the same period: SA Health has serious questions to answer about the Lyell McEwin short stay unit.
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.
Every individual Bruce Lander condemned in his Oakden report is now far from public view, as South Australians go to the polls on Saturday. But what if the ICAC got it wrong? asks InDaily reporter Bension Siebert.