Local jewellery wizard Naomi Murrell has been working on an extended range for her self-titled label and will soon be opening her very own shop.
The new Bachelor of Creative Arts – recently introduced in partnership between TAFE SA and Flinders University – presents exciting new higher education opportunities for SA’s dancers, artists and fashion…
This is Laulupidu, Estonia’s grand festival of song that represents the great coming together of Estonians from all over the world.
Whitlam will be remembered in a private cremation ceremony and a public memorial service.
South Australia has been leading the country in establishing wind and solar energy installations, but the Federal Government looks set to pull the plug.
Great architecture can inspire, challenge and engage us. It nourishes the imagination and the soul.
Ianto Ware returns to Adelaide to launch his “metaphysical” history of the tour, Twenty One Nights in July, having finally experienced the greatest race in the flesh.
A sea of people surges down North Terrace. Many are waving flags. Others carry banners daubed with the words ‘Our state, Our fate’.
JamFactory CEO Brian Parkes has developed a native green thumb since moving with his family from Sydney to Adelaide four-and-a-half years ago.
More than just a meeting of brands or a museum of old cultural practices, the Trust Mark aims to curate the very best of the Barossa, recognising the formidable achievements…
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