Ahead of Sunday’s season opening of Priscilla Queen of the Desert at the Festival Theatre, actor Robert Grubb reflects on “the golden age” of South Australian theatre and how he feels about taking on a role made famous by his mate, Bill Hunter.
The inaugural combined CheeseFest+Ferment festival will showcase a more ‘matured’ Australian cheese industry, including beer and gin cheese pairings, a “French quarter” of cheese and champagne and cooking demonstrations with an impressive line-up of celebrity chefs.
South Australian welfare groups have called on the State Government to address what they say are inexcusable and entrenched realities facing low-income earners, as a Parliamentary inquiry gets underway to uncover the extent of poverty in the state.
The South Australian Council of Social Service and Uniting Communities have urged the State Government to consider what they describe as “critical” changes to the National Energy Guarantee to protect the interests of South Australians on low incomes.
South Australian energy scientists have warned the State Government it shouldn’t sign up to the National Energy Guarantee before independent analysis of the model is completed.
South Australia’s annual spending on out-of-home care services could soon hit $1 billion unless the State Government rethinks its child protection model, welfare groups have warned.
The head of the Adnyamathanha Traditional Lands Association says the majority of Adnyamathanha people have been denied a vote on a proposed radioactive waste management facility near the town of Hawker in the Flinders Rangers.