The Adelaide Cabaret Festival returns this year and is sure to be another magnificent show, but what makes it so important to have a whole festival dedicated to cabaret? Continue reading The Adelaide Cabaret Festival returns for another stellar year
With the hiatus of Sea and Vines since 2019, Day Dance provides a whole new festival model to bring the party back to the vineyards for the Queen’s birthday. Continue reading Day Dance brings groovers back to McLaren Vale for the June long weekend
As pressure mounts amid the current underfunding crisis of the SA Ambulance Service, Brittany Rundle reveals the challenges and perks of diving into a full-time career as a paramedic at the young age of 21. Continue reading Brittany Rundle saves lives in unconventional timing
OTR Reporter Alycia Millar spoke to passionate protestors at the School Strike for Climate last Friday, May 21, capturing young people’s attitudes towards climate change and their reasons to keep advocating. Continue reading VIDEO: School Strike for Climate
At the end of May, Mental Health Awareness Month draws to a close, but Jack Shephard, founder of 21 Run Club, strives to ease the struggle of mental health all year-round. Continue reading Running towards mental health
National Reconciliation Week is celebrated across Australia between May 27 and June 3 each year. OTR Contributor Tabitha Lean discusses why this year, she’s had enough. Continue reading Reconciliation Week: Insanity or Hope?
Friday, May 21 marked national strikes for climate action. The day amplified calls to reject coal and gas and highlighted the need to support First Nations people in caring for Country. Continue reading Students skip school to strike for climate action
Calls for justice are being made all over the world as violence across Israel and Palestine has reached all-time highs. But why are they fighting, and what can be done to help? Continue reading Igniting the ceasefire: A brief overview of what’s happening in Palestine
The Morrison Government’s big spending budget is sparking concerns over Australia’s debt. With election campaigns looming, will we see Labor take notes from the Coalition’s 2013 election strategy? Continue reading If this isn’t a “budget emergency”, what is?
Stephen Rowe is this year celebrating 25 years on air at FIVEaa, he spoke to OTR contributor Tom Basso about viral on-air moments and how being himself and hard work have served him well. Continue reading “How the hell am I sitting here?” Hard work the secret behind Rowey’s 25 years on air