A British fire and emergency service veteran has been named SA’s Country Fire Service Chief Officer, despite CFS volunteers’ concern about his selection process and experience of Australian conditions.
Instead of pivoting towards a large conglomerate for backing, the team behind SLOW Fashion Festival are turning to local talent (and young people) to produce this year’s sustainable garment showcase.
A group Deadly Nannas from Murray Bridge are reinvigorating the Ngarrindjeri language and sharing a message of empowerment through their music, with a new catalogue of songs on the way.
Darren Gangell escaped an assault when he was eight-years-old, and the experience led him years later to offer his own anti-abduction training for children.
Experienced Adelaide-based food stylist Fiona Roberts says there’s more to a career creating appetising imagery than what Instagram and television cooking shows might lead you to believe.
In the final part of a series in which Angela Skujins dived into an art form based on equal parts theatre, bloodlust and physical pain, she learns how it can transform members’ lives both inside the ring, and out.