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Jun 18, 2018
Opinion

We’ll laugh about it later

The fairy lights are packed away and the Parklands are bandaged in fresh turf, disguising the scars of Mad March. Headlines herald another bumper festival season for South Australia. But from offstage, mutterings of discontent flitter between weary performers.

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Latest News

Jun 14, 2018
Habits

Charity by the bottle

Give to a good cause, and to your wine rack, with Vinomofo's Homeless Grapes Project - where all profits go directly to Hutt St Centre.

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Habits

Jun 8, 2018
Habits

Made in Adelaide

How a collaboration between a high-end skate store and a national skate label somehow became all about the importance of keeping alive Adelaide’s garment industry.

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May 31, 2018
Plate and Cup

From the land

Booze alone cannot maintain life. Accordingly, the Ngeringa name no longer just appears on wine lists, but also increasingly alongside produce on menus in SA’s best eateries.

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Commerce

Culture

Jun 11, 2018
Coming Soon

What needed to be said

Jada Alberts finds life in the darkness of death and brings an important vision and voice to the stage with the State Theatre Company’s 'Brothers Wreck'.

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Jun 7, 2018
Culture

New hope in Adelaide cold case of the Somerton Man

A forensic scientist and writer from Adelaide are using a pioneering DNA analysis technique and new research to potentially break open one of the state’s most notorious cold cases – the mystery of the Somerton Man.

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Jun 6, 2018
Culture

Isle of Jura: The pursuit of unfound sounds

By night, Adelaide deejay Kevin Griffiths soothes bar patrons throughout the city, but by day, as the founder of record label Isle of Jura, he uncovers and makes available a world of music that would otherwise stay forgotten.

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