Archive for March, 2014

AFL Review: Round 2

AFL Review: Round 2

Round 2 of the 2014 AFL premiership season wrapped up with some nail-biting finishes along with a convincing thrashing over the weekend, WRITES AMELIA MCMAHON.

Review: Romeo & Juliet

Review: Romeo & Juliet

Romeo & Juliet is a classic tale which has all the makings to get even the coldest hearts sobbing, but this latest version falls very short of this writes ANGELA SCARFO.

Driver awareness event to prevent young drivers being distracted

Driver awareness event to prevent young drivers being distracted

South Australian students were confronted by crash scene scenarios at yesterday’s road trauma awareness event Street Smart in a bid to stop young drivers using mobile phones while driving, LAUREN GARRETT writes.

Division over Liberals proposal to merge Year 7 into High School

Division over Liberals proposal to merge Year 7 into High School

One of the key political debates of the South Australian election was the Liberal’s plan to move year 7 students from primary school into high school, despite Labor winning the election, the question of whether the move should go ahead still remains. BEN ALLISON reports.

West Lakes staff still unhappy about paid parking

West Lakes staff still unhappy about paid parking

Staff at Westfield West Lakes are still unhappy over the newly implemented paid parking regulations, many citing a loss of clientele since the centre’s $95 million redevelopment last October, reports BEN ALLISON

Students struggling to find their path

Students struggling to find their path

In 2013, there were almost 30 000 school leavers who did not enter the labour force or go onto to university, instead they were left to float, unsure of what their future would bring, writes CHRISTINA MAMMONE

RAA happy with success of Britannia’s double roundabout

RAA happy with success of Britannia’s double roundabout

The RAA has reported the Britannia roundabout upgrade has seen a marked decrease in the amount of crashes, writes SHANNON KILGARIFF.

Fresh approach to farmers’ markets

Fresh approach to farmers’ markets

More South Australians are avoiding glossy packet foods and discovering the countless benefits from shopping at local farmers’ markets writes SARAH THOMSON.

Is Australia going backwards?

Is Australia going backwards?

First it was providing a legal protection for bigotry, then it was reinstating the titles of Knights and Dames in Australia. Is the Abbott Government taking Australia backwards? JENNIFER GRIFFIN questions this week’s political revelations.

Adelaide Oval’s new stand is a hit with staff and fans

Adelaide Oval’s new stand is a hit with staff and fans

With the first showdown of the season today, many football fans will witness the newly developed Eastern Stand at Adelaide Oval for the first time, SAMANTHA OKELY writes.