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
The exciting, new trial of electric scooters along Adelaide’s coastline has been short-lived as the scooters were removed from SA beaches in an effort to contain COVID-19. Continue reading Disappointment as commuters lose scooters
Female winemakers who challenge gender barriers will be among those showcasing their finest wines at this weekend’s McLaren Vale Sea and Vines Festival. Continue reading South Australian women in wine pushing boundaries in a male-dominated industry
The government wants to see the maximum fine increased to $2,000, and to introduce a maximum prison sentence of two years. Continue reading SA Government to introduce new penalties for marijuana possession
Most of us know how to cast our vote, but do we really know how this voting system works and why it is important? Continue reading How does preferential voting work and why is it important?
With power pricing and shortages being the biggest issue Labor and Liberal are fighting over this election, who are the minor parties, and how do their power and energy policies stack up against the bigger parties? Continue reading Should You Vote For A Minor Party?
Water is at the forefront of Labor’s environmental policy, with a key focus of their campaign for re-election on continuing to protect the Murray-Darling Basin. Continue reading The future of water in SA under Labor