There is nothing quite like curling up with a good book to while away the hours, allowing the author to guide you through the pages as you lose yourself in the story.
Ben Simmons is more than entitled to never come back to Australia considering the way we, the Australian media, have treated him. Continue reading Leave Ben Simmons alone, jeez
The next generation of Adelaide artists have arrived, and their future looks promising. Continue reading Adelaide, the city of young artists
The term “populism” is fraught with ambiguity and is often described as meaningless and overused. Continue reading Trump, Boris and Populism: Is society getting better or worse?
Springtime heralds one danger that darkens the clear skies: magpies.
A number of South Australian students have been selected for the revered Premier’s ANZAC Spirit School Prize, with the 2019 theme being the centenary of the 1919 Air Race. Continue reading State Government’s annual high school competition commemorates ANZACs with international trip
Since his arrest in early July, the world has been fascinated by the case of millionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein, who faced charges related to federal sex trafficking. Continue reading Why Jeffrey Epstein’s death matters
Many say this generation of young adults are reverting to the ’60s and ’70s in their choice of music, but are we heading back in time with how we party on a Saturday night? Continue reading Is live music in Adelaide dying out?
I stopped liking my birthday in year 11. Continue reading What if you hate your birthday?
South Australian train and tram commuters have been cautioned of more planned service disruptions. The State Government will deliver mass information sessions for its current tram and train employees on potential outsourcing models. Continue reading What the privatisation of Adelaide’s trains & trams could mean for you