This Easter don’t become a road toll statistic This Easter don’t become a road toll statistic

This Easter don’t become a road toll statistic

Road accidents in South Australia kill one person every two to three days, with numbers calculated to increase over the Easter Long Weekend, SARAH BASTIAN reminds us to be careful this long weekend.

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Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel tells a story of grandiose proportions, but despite the visual decadence, it ultimately lacks a deeper flavour. FRANCES EARLY reviews.

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Lifeline can’t keep up with call demand Lifeline can’t keep up with call demand

Lifeline can’t keep up with call demand

More than 160,000 calls to Lifeline Crisis Support were placed on hold last year due to a lack of funding and the suicide support line is struggling to keep up with call demands, ALANNAH WILLIAMS reports.

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Modern day pirates could cripple the entertainment industry. Modern day pirates could cripple the entertainment industry.

Modern day pirates could cripple the entertainment industry.

Media piracy is becoming one of the easiest crimes to commit, with many Australians illegally downloading their favourite movies and TV shows online, JARRAD PEARCE writes.

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Audio

AUDIO: Interview with writer/director Robert Connolly

AUDIO: Interview with writer/director Robert Connolly

Robert Connolly is the writer and director of Underground: The Julian Assange Story, telling the story of the early years of the mastermind behind Wikileaks. DORIAN TISATO catches up with Connolly for a chat.

Apr 13, 2013 16:43

Video

VIDEO: Check-In episode 3

VIDEO: Check-In episode 3

Episode 3 focuses on youth health, covering everything from sexual and mental health to blood donations. The team also learns more about the newest Headspace centre at Noarlunga.

Jul 22, 2012 13:06

Arts & Culture

Modern day pirates could cripple the entertainment industry.

Modern day pirates could cripple the entertainment industry.

Media piracy is becoming one of the easiest crimes to commit, with many Australians illegally downloading their favourite movies and TV shows online, JARRAD PEARCE writes.

Apr 16, 2014 14:09

World News

Education the focus for International Women’s Day

Education the focus for International Women’s Day

Education is the key to empowering women and girls in developing nations and giving them the power to make their own choices writes JOSEPHINE LIM.

Mar 11, 2014 14:00

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This Easter don’t become a road toll statistic

This Easter don’t become a road toll statistic

Road accidents in South Australia kill one person every two to three days, with numbers calculated to increase over the Easter Long Weekend, SARAH BASTIAN reminds us to be careful this long weekend.

Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel tells a story of grandiose proportions, but despite the visual decadence, it ultimately lacks a deeper flavour. FRANCES EARLY reviews.

Lifeline can’t keep up with call demand

Lifeline can’t keep up with call demand

More than 160,000 calls to Lifeline Crisis Support were placed on hold last year due to a lack of funding and the suicide support line is struggling to keep up with call demands, ALANNAH WILLIAMS reports.

Modern day pirates could cripple the entertainment industry.

Modern day pirates could cripple the entertainment industry.

Media piracy is becoming one of the easiest crimes to commit, with many Australians illegally downloading their favourite movies and TV shows online, JARRAD PEARCE writes.

Kidney Kids SA beating chronic kidney disease one family at a time

Kidney Kids SA beating chronic kidney disease one family at a time

It is called ‘the silent killer’ and often no symptoms present themselves until it is too late. When single mother Michelle Galloway of Tea Tree Gully, found out her son Charlie had chronic kidney disease, she felt her world crumble around her, WRITES AIRLIE REHMANN.

Comic-Con Review: High-five for the self-confessed fan girl

Comic-Con Review: High-five for the self-confessed fan girl

To finish off On The Record’s coverage of Comic-Con, JESSICA RENAGLIA writes about her once in a lifetime fan encounter with Scrubs’ stars Robert Maschio and Sam Lloyd.

Community engagement: the focus of National Literacy and Numeracy Week 2014

Community engagement: the focus of National Literacy and Numeracy Week 2014

Parents and caregivers have been encouraged to engage more with early childhood learning following the announcement of National Literacy and Numeracy Week for 2014, writes THOMAS NANCARROW.

Liver cancer survivor rides 1000km for hospital accommodation

Liver cancer survivor rides 1000km for hospital accommodation

Liver cancer survivor Rebecca Edmiston cycled 1000km around South Australia with 50 other riders to raise money for accommodation in Adelaide for rural cancer patients, writes LAUREN GARRETT.

Youth FM presenters offered radio scholarship

Youth FM presenters offered radio scholarship

Youth FM presenters are being given the opportunity to win a scholarship at the Australian Radio School, writes AMELIA DAWKINS.

Happy Birthday Hahndorf!

Happy Birthday Hahndorf!

The much loved tourist destination is celebrating its 175th birthday, and locals couldn’t be prouder, writes BEN ALLISON.