Adelaide Lord Mayor Sandy Verschoor is leading council opposition against commercial development of Pinky Flat on the Torrens, as well as using park land for a new hospital car park.
Revived for a 2021 season, Windmill Theatre’s 2018 production ‘Amphibian’ infuses harrowing details of the lives of unaccompanied minors seeking asylum in Australia and beyond into the story of one 15-year-old Afghan refugee.
The state’s premier music industry celebration, the South Australian Music Awards, returns this November, and you can now nominate yourself or another music industry professional for a gong before entries close on Monday.
At 25, Bianca Nilsson has already gone from organising “old ladies” in a rural potato processing plant to working full-time in her own music industry businesses, wrangling paste-ups and publicity campaigns for musicians around the world.
Brewer Stephen Nelsen heads up one of the country’s most in-demand and reputable beer education courses, but the beer consultant, judge and TAFE SA educator is worried a lack of resources is hampering the program’s growth.
Adelaide City Council administration has warned councillors that proposed developments along the Riverbank “may affect” the park lands’ National Heritage Listing.
Through cleaning rosters, group chats, break-ups and make-ups, sharehouses forge formative friendships. A trio who spent their early 20s together in an East End cottage speak with us about moving out after six years sharing a kitchen.