Archive for September, 2011
By STEPHANIE TIMOTHEOU. Before computers were a regular household item, your average person would have struggled to make a living through their passion for music.
By SARAH GUDERIAN. Local Adelaide band the Profiteers are here to kick out the jams and crank up the support for local music.
By STACEY ROBERTS. Every day 5,000 Australian children will require medical attention for an accident and more than one child will die as a result of their injuries.
By WAYNE HUTCHINSON. The parking war between shoppers and travellers at Modbury Interchange is set to continue with the state government saying it would not contribute funds to a larger car park.
There’s quite a revolution going on in our backyards that goes far beyond water-smart gardening imposed on us by water restrictions – we’re growing our own food, writes KATIE LITTLEJOHNS.
By SKYE HOKLAS. It was 2005 and Pastor Len Tscharke was about to be reunited with friends he hadn’t seen for almost thirty years.
By ANDREW RUZGAR.
There is a new online campaign urging all politicians to stop selling off Australian farmland to foreign investors.
By DANIELA ABBRACCIAVENTO. South Australia is turning 175 and it is time to celebrate. Ayers House, one of our few remaining 19th century houses is giving the public a chance to be a part of the celebration of our state’s proud cultural heritage. The event will be held on Friday the 23rd of September from 3pm until 5pm.
By CHAISLEY MCCARDLE. “Legal ecstasy” as it is referred to by the generation Y, is a “natural high” substance that is growing increasingly popular on the Aussie party scene today, but are these pills any safer than the real deal?
By ADELE HENSLEY. South Australia’s Westminster School is proudly celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.