No city councillor turned up to the second of three meetings that were meant to help fix problems on Hutt Street – because they were at a meeting about the old Le Cornu site instead, InDaily can reveal.
It’s very hard for a crossbencher to get into the House of Representatives. But when they do, these small players can be difficult to blast out, for reasons revealed again in research carried out in the South Australian seat of Mayo this week.
A group of five Aboriginal women and two men been tasked by the Department for Child Protection to develop a new model for Aboriginal children in out-of-home care to keep them connected to their culture.
US President Donald Trump plans to invite Russian President Vladimir Putin to Washington this autumn, the White House has said.
Cricket lover Katie Hulmes began her career as a field engineer with Golder Associates when she was still a teenager.
InDaily’s hit list of events and shows, including The White Album Concert, cutting-edge tech at Hybrid World, theatrical thriller Creditors, a rock symphony celebrating The Angels, and Woodstock tribute bands at The Gov.
Adelaide is alive with the sound of Guitars in Bars, and CityMag has rounded up the gigs happening in some of its favourite food and beverage venues – with tips for suitable drinks and bites to accompany them.
Coopers Brewery has announced it will release Coopers Original Pale Ale in a can from August, following the successful launch of its Session Ale in cans earlier in the year.
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’.
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.