South Australia’s Safe Schools Anti-bullying Initiative could be scrapped as early as this year, with the Marshall Government seeking advice to prematurely end a contract with the program’s facilitator.
Adelaide musician and composer Mark Simeon Ferguson says his great-grandmother’s passion for jazz music has inspired him to honour female jazz composers and writers this International Jazz Day.
The South Australian government is predicting a profitable future for the state’s industrial hemp industry following its approval of the first cultivation licenses.
South Australia has the broadest and most consistent approach to affordable housing inclusion in Australia, but housing advocates say low-income earners are still stigmatised by the state’s housing policies.
Following a turbulent transition to independence, Radio Adelaide supporters and board members say they have renewed optimism a new membership structure will lead to stronger community engagement with the station.
A self-professed “Potter nerd” himself, conductor John Jesensky loves watching the magic that happens when enthusiastic Harry Potter fans and music lovers come together to experience the film scores brought to life in concert.