The reopening of pubs and bars means this may be the hardest Dry July yet Continue reading Dry July
One Direction fans are celebrating the bands 10-year anniversary today, so let us take a trip down 1D memory lane to remember some of the best years of Directioners’ lives. Continue reading One band, five boys, ten years: One Direction celebrate their 10-year anniversary today with fans begging for a reunion.
Australian doctors predict a 30 per cent decline in cancer diagnosis in Australia because of COVID-19. OTR reporter Alyssa Cairo finds out what the impacts of the decline really are. Continue reading What COVID-19 could mean for cancer diagnosis and prognosis
If you love lamingtons as much as you love a good freebie, head down to Rundle Mall this Lamington Day for a free treat from Kytons Bakery! To celebrate, OTR spoke to the owner of this South Australian icon about all things lamington in the age of COVID-19. Continue reading Free lamingtons! Kytons Bakery celebrates Lamington Day around SA
Small businesses are bearing the brunt of the pandemic recession. We spoke to three South Australian companies who are innovating their way through pandemic restrictions. Continue reading Small businesses using innovation in isolation
July 19 marks 25 years since Amy Heckerling’s 1995 Clueless became a timeless classic. Continue reading Clueless is celebrating its 25th anniversary, as if?
Now more than ever, we are seeing the negative impacts of social media spreading false information. Continue reading Social media and COVID-19: Is Gone Girl an accurate representation of how social media is causing mass hysteria?
COVID-19 has taken a toll on community sport and is putting financial pressure on South Australia’s local clubs. Continue reading Community clubs facing uphill battle against recession pressure
The rekindling of Adelaide’s nightlife means it’s back to the stage for our amateur musicians. Continue reading And the band plays on: How Adelaide’s amateur artists coped with COVID-19
The Art Gallery of South Australia’s Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Monster Theatres took an unanticipated turn when forced to shut down earlier this year, but how did the gallery continue this eerily relevant show and what’s it like to be back up and running? Continue reading Art Gallery of South Australia lost its crowd but gained a worldwide audience with Monster Theatres