InDaily InDaily

Support independent Journalism Contribute Subscribe
Support independent journalism

SALIFE

SALIFE SA Life SA Life SALIFE SA Life SA Life

“It was a few words that changed my whole life”

Musician Nathan May, 25, has pioneered a mentorship program for at-risk youth in Adelaide’s north and he’s met Barack Obama – an encounter that changed his life. He’s also a proud indigenous man, descended from the Arabana and Yawuru clans, and he’s had to deal with racism his entire life – even at a recent corporate event in Adelaide where he was an invited guest. Here’s his story.

Get InDaily in your inbox. Daily. The best local news sent straight to your inbox every workday at lunchtime.

Thanks for signing up to the InDaily newsletter.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.
This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.
SALIFE SA Life SA Life

In the garden: Bountiful beetroot

Whether we loved it or loathed it, for many of us our first experience of beetroot was from a can, but this entirely edible vegetable is now embraced by gardeners, home cooks and restaurant chefs alike.

SALIFE SA Life SA Life

Adelaide Fringe: Roll up, roll up!

The Adelaide Fringe opening weekend is here and the city is buzzing. With so many shows and experiences on offer, the choice can be overwhelming – here are a few places to start.

SALIFE SA Life SA Life

Get to know your town – on foot

One Small Step is our new weekly guide to better living in South Australia. Today, slip on your sensible shoes and get to know your city more intimately, with our guide to Adelaide walking tours.