Archive for Category: "News"
What happens when you put Wi-Fi, plenty of coffee, food and lots of data, all in a room with approximately 145 people? Adelaide’s GovHack event: Unleashed. JAME BOWD reports.
South Australia has become the third state to sign up to the Federal Government’s Gonski national education reforms, which will see a $1.1 billon increase in funding over the next six years. ASH PISANI reports.
These days there is an app for everything, but how early is too early to become a smart phone user? LARA GARDNER reports.
The South Australian Government recently introduced a plan to place betting advertisement restrictions on live sporting games which has been positively received by South Australians. TOM EDWARDS reports.
When journalism students return to University after the mid-semester break, someone important will not. Program Director of Journalism, Kathryn Bowd, is leaving her role after 15 years at the University of South Australia. JOHN HUNT reports.
Living most of our lives between four walls can be draining and uninspiring, so more Australians are taking up trail running to get their blood pumping away from the city. TOM JOHNSON reports.
Lilah’s Day of Difference, held on Monday June 17, will help raise awareness and funds for the vital paediatric service of palliative care in SA. NADIA BOSCAINI reports.
Thanks to two Aussie women, females across the country are increasingly finding a sense of empowerment from employment through stationery company Two Paper Dolls, says PATRICIA O’LOUGHLIN.
New residents to Lend Lease’s latest community development project at Blakes Crossing are facing uncertainty with delays to the construction of the proposed Christian school. AARON HAMILTON reports.
The Venezuelan government announced plans to boost tourist numbers through the establishment of a new Council of Tourism Promotion earlier this month. But conventional tourism isn’t what some visitors to the South American country want, says RYAN MALLETT OUTTRIM.