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Castro’s Award

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Castro’s Award

After winning the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1973, Patrick White used his prize money to fund the Patrick White Award, which rewards writers who have produced exemplary work over a long period of time. This year’s winner…

Gabrielle Kelly: Mind over matter

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Gabrielle Kelly: Mind over matter

Gabrielle Kelly – documentary maker, entrepreneur, director – is a strident force at the helm of one of South Australia’s most challenging emerging industries. Kelly is on the very cusp of the knowledge…

Creative Arts Collective: ‘We believe in the value of artists’

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Creative Arts Collective: ‘We believe in the value of artists’

Before Alice Fraser jets off to the UK to work with folk label Communion Music, she has one last thing to do, and that's to reinvent The Jam Room as…

Off Topic: Susan Mitchell

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Off Topic: Susan Mitchell

The passion of author and academic Dr Susan Mitchell – whose latest book Margaret & Gough was published just a few days after Gough Whitlam died – is film. The Adjunct Professor of…

Costa Georgiadis talks Transitions Film Festival

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Costa Georgiadis talks Transitions Film Festival

A growing movement of forward-thinking green thumbs and environmental enthusiasts will descend on Adelaide this month when Transitions Film Festival hits town, planting itself at Mercury Cinema through October and…

The Amazing James Randi

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The Amazing James Randi

Famed sceptic James Randi will be in Adelaide for a special screening of the documentary about his life, An Honest Liar.

The Measure of Monro

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The Measure of Monro

UniSA’s new Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), Tanya Monro, is a fast talker but a keen listener.

RET Review Fuels Debate

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RET Review Fuels Debate

South Australia has been leading the country in establishing wind and solar energy installations, but the Federal Government looks set to pull the plug.

Long July Nights

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Long July Nights

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.

Scotland, SA and Freedom

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Scotland, SA and Freedom

A sea of people surges down North Terrace. Many are waving flags. Others carry banners daubed with the words ‘Our state, Our fate’.

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