Archive for Category: "Lifestyle"

Farmers concerned about losing workers after the tax-free threshold for backpackers is abolished

Farmers concerned about losing workers after the tax-free threshold for backpackers is abolished

Rural farm owners who employ backpackers are concerned they will lose workers once the tax free threshold for working holiday visa holders is abolished, STEPHANIE CARNELL reports.

Why are we addicted to diets?

Why are we addicted to diets?

We see advertisements for diet and exercise programs posted all across social media every day. The Australian Bureau of Statistics recently released a survey about Australian women’s health stating that just over 1 million adult women are currently on a diet, CASEY GREGORY WRITES.

Movember for men’s health

Movember for men’s health

It is that hairy time of year again guys, and girls be tolerant, as it is all for a good cause. Movember is in full swing now, where ‘Mo Bros’ are committed to growing a moustache for thirty days of November, all in the name of mens health, CASEY GREGORY REPORTS.

Hong Kong: A Destination Not A Stopover

Hong Kong: A Destination Not A Stopover

Hong Kong is a city that has experienced the process of modernization whilst maintaining the essence and culture of its people. Hong Kong is a city that should not be missed from your travel itinerary, writes JACK MASON.

Drink local, party social

Drink local, party social

The past few years have seen a shift in the direction of Adelaide’s nightlife, particularly in the West End, which has been revamped by a throng of world-class bars. Now we welcome Bank Street Social to the mix, TOMAS TELEGRAMMA REVIEWS.

Chinese tourism close to a million a year

Chinese tourism close to a million a year

Figures released by Tourism Australia last month suggested Chinese visitation has tipped near one million people per year and annual spending could rise to $13 billion by 2020, LAURA ECKERT writes.

Adelaide’s Burger Boy

Adelaide’s Burger Boy

A 26 year old Adelaide man has become known as Adelaide’s Burger Boy after his Facebook page devoted to burgers became an overnight sensation, MELISSA DAVIES writes.

Teenagers’ junk food diet has serious health consequences

Teenagers’ junk food diet has serious health consequences

Male teenagers consume more soft drinks, burgers and chips than any other age group, it has serious implications on their health, ASHLEIGH CAMPBELL writes.

The rise of the vegan

The rise of the vegan

People are now more conscious than ever of living a wholesome, healthy lifestyle. EMMA HOSKING looks into the practice of veganism.

Grenfell Street pop up bar looking to end on a high note

Grenfell Street pop up bar looking to end on a high note

Red Trousers, another of Adelaide’s pop-up bars is set to close its doors after a successful few months, writes FLETCHER DOHERTY.