Retired legal heavyweight Peter “Hollywood” Humphries talks to InDaily about his storied career, and reveals he is “open” to the prospect of a new life in politics.
EXCLUSIVE: As the Nick Xenophon juggernaut charges towards election day, the Adelaide priest the senator targeted under parliamentary privilege in 2011 has broken his long silence. He remains angry about being accused of rape – an accusation never substantiated – telling Terry Plane: “I forgive, but I pray for truth and justice.”
More than a decade ago, an Australian manufacturing city concerned about its potential decline decided to pursue the idea of its own Guggenheim museum. That idea ran out of momentum, but the company behind it stands ready to help Adelaide build its own icon by the river, writes Terry Plane.
Better education and a landmark new prize could cement Adelaide’s reputation for “dangerous creativity” in architecture, writes Terry Plane in the first of a new series on urban design and architecture in South Australia.