With thousands of young Australians heading to music festivals over NYE, it’s time to get informed about the good, the bad and the ugly of Australia’s pill testing debate Continue reading Are you yay or nay to pill testing services at major festivals? Well, here are the facts.
Are you spending the Christmas holidays with your nearest and dearest? Here are some tips for making it through unscathed Continue reading How to deal with your nearest and dearest this Christmas
Many freshly graduated year twelves take time off after high school to travel or work before heading on to further studies, but is it the right move for everyone? Continue reading To gap year or not to gap year?
December 17th marks 30 years since Matt Groening’s The Simpsons first came to life on our television sets Continue reading ‘The Simpsons’ celebrates 30 years on our screens
Classrooms may be empty but Year 12 students are still feeling trapped by the mystery of their final score. Photo source for cover photo: Continue reading When D-Day becomes A-Day: ATAR Day from students’ perspectives
Volunteer and staff ‘workshop elves’ from The Smith Family’s Toy and Book Appeal have been working hard to make sure disadvantaged children in Adelaide still get to share the joy of Christmas Continue reading Adelaide’s Christmas elves brighten the season for disadvantaged kids
The City of Marion Council has promised to take steps to restore the Hallet Cove Boardwalk, which the local community has been rallying to save Continue reading Marion Council promises to pay half of $4.8m bill to repair Hallett Cove Boardwalk
Adelaide is home to a thriving makeup artist industry, with many artists trading in traditional industry education in favour of self-taught, freelance artistry Continue reading Adelaide’s makeup artists are taking face painting to the next level
Australia is currently suffering from some of the most devastating bushfires. In a time of tragedy, we often seek leadership, support and policy changes from our politicians. But is that support actually there? Continue reading Is there a blanket of smoke covering our politicians’ eyes?