Archive for August, 2012
The new 800Hospital Project, being conducted by the University of Adelaide, could see a reduction in infection, disease and death as a result of reviewing catheter procedures, writes NADIA BOSCAINI.
Top Girls is a play about success and how far some women will go to get it, and is, despite being performed for the first time 30 years ago, remains highly relevant to today’s society. The State Theatre Company has just bought the production to Adelaide and TIBIKE JURECSKA spoke to actress Lia Reutens (pictured, right) about her two roles in the play.
Dog parks are all the rage in Adelaide and are loved by both pets and their owners for the off-the-leash exercise, socialisation and fun. With 47 dog-friendly parks scattered around Adelaide, everyone can find somewhere that suits the lifestyles of their families and their four-legged friends, writes ANNELIESE ABELA.
Though dating back to 1982 and set in London, the State Theatre’s production of Top Girls transcends time and setting to remain relevant and hauntingly poignant to Adelaide audiences today, writes TIBIKE JURECSKA.
With the tumult and revolution of the Arab Spring all but swept through Egypt and the country’s first democratically elected President now in place, a new wave of violence has returned along the Egyptian-Israeli border, writes BENSION SIEBERT.
Food is a huge part of modern Australian culture. As a nation, we collectively enjoy some iconic nosh, such as Vegemite, meat pies and lamingtons – plus who could forget the good old-fashioned barbecue? But do we have a national cuisine? ANGELA SCARFO has a look.
When it comes to our expectations of our Olympians performance, do we feel too entitled? And do athletes under-perform when they feel the pressures of a nation on their shoulders? KARA JOHNSON has a look in the wake of the negative Australian media coverage of the 2012 London Olympic games.
Australian Marcos Ambrose scored his second-straight win after an eventful finish at Watkins Glen, a race Ambrose later claimed to be the best race of his career, writes LOREN HAZELWOOD.
The thirtieth Olympiad has drawn to a close, and there have been many memories made along the way. With the last day of competition, we could sit back and witness some of sports greatest rivalries, and some amazing feats to boot. NICHOLAS PIPE shares his perspective…
As of day 15 of the London Olypics, Australia sit tenth on the medal table, with seven gold, 16 silver and 12 bronze medals. This is HENRY DE CURE’S wrap up of one of the final days of the 2012 Olympic Games.