Archive for Category: "Environment"
Mining operations have recommenced at the Mindarie mineral sands site in the South Australian mallee, providing employment for a small number of local workers. BERNHARD SAYER reports.
Premier Jay Weatherill announced Tuesday morning that Adelaide’s Britannia Roundabout will be split into two to improve traffic conditions. SARAH HANCOCK reports.
Adelaide’s abandoned structures have become the subject of much fascination in recent months, with ‘urban explorers’ utilising the spaces for art and recreational purposes. SILVIA JOSIPOVIC and AMY STEVENSON report.
Onkaparinga Council will this week decide whether or not to accept recommendations that will make changes to the Climate Change Response fund. AMY STEVENSON reports.
South Australian farmers can breathe a sigh of relief, after heavy rains across the state saved what looked to be a potentially disastrous 2013. THOMAS EDWARDS reports.
The University of Adelaide was the host for a vast exchange of knowledge as the anticipated TEDxAdelaide was held last Saturday in the historic Bonython Hall, reports HUGH SCHUITEMAKER.
Volunteering has become more than the older generation serving the community with everyone from soccer mums to university students being celebrated in this year’s National Volunteering Week. JAMIE BOWD reports.
The recent graffiti attack on an Adelaide school appeared to be part of a vandalism epidemic, but the Adelaide City Council and several Adelaide artists are trying to create a positive image for street art. MATTHEW SAMPSON reports.
The Northern Territory will consider reintroducing open speed limits on its country highways but rural South Australians say increasing speed limits in SA is not a good idea. CHRISTOPHER TESTA reports.
The future of the wine industry in South Australia is under threat as climate change concerns hit home. TIBIKE JURECKSA reports.