Archive for April, 2014

Mount Lofty Ranges bid for World Heritage listing

Mount Lofty Ranges bid for World Heritage listing

By JAMES GRATTON     Adelaide’s iconic Mount Lofty Ranges is being prepared for a World Heritage listing backed by a group of regional councils. Hiking amongst the tranquil walking trails of Mount Lofty is not only one of the most iconic tourism trends in South Australia, but will be given international recognition with the […]

Sleeping apart without falling apart

Sleeping apart without falling apart

When a couple tells their friends that they’re sleeping in different rooms they’re normally met with raised eyebrows and questions about the relationship being on the rocks, but couples are increasingly making the move and have never been happier, SAMANTHA OKELY writes.

Review: Groovin the Moo

Review: Groovin the Moo

For the first time the Groovin the Moo Music Festival came to South Australia. BETTY HEASLIP reviews the inaugural festival held on ANZAC Day last week.

Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro

Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro

With this being the fifth Spider-Man movie made in just 14 years, one may wonder if this new Marvel Comics sequel has anything left to offer? ANGELA SCARFO reviews.

Local Adelaide DJs to play at Disclosure show

Local Adelaide DJs to play at Disclosure show

A handful of lucky Adelaide DJs will be supporting UK act Disclosure tonight at a special event held at Apple Bar, WRITES ALANNAH WILLIAMS.

The minute of silence becomes more valuable than ever

The minute of silence becomes more valuable than ever

Today marks the 99th year since the landing of the troops at Gallipoli back in 1915, AIRLIE REHMANN breaks ANZAC day down and explains what it really means to people.

Splendour in the Grass line-up revealed

Splendour in the Grass line-up revealed

After weeks of speculation and even the leak of a headline act, the official line-up for Splendour In The Grass 2014 has been announced, WRITES JORDAN THOMPSON.

Royals woo Elizabeth

Royals woo Elizabeth

Yesterday thousands of people flocked to the suburb of Elizabeth in hope of catching a glance of the Royal couple, Prince William and Duchess Kate, WRITES TARA NASH.

Public Transport Phone App Success

Public Transport Phone App Success

Late last year, real-time technology was introduced to Adelaide’s public transport system as part of the $36 billion plan under the Weatherill government and since the information has been made available for the public to create useful and profitable smartphone products, ISABELLA HOOD reviews its success.

Live below the line and make a difference to global poverty

Live below the line and make a difference to global poverty

From May 5th thousands of Australians will be participating in the Live Below The Line challenge, attempting to live on $2 a day to raise awareness of extreme poverty writes BROOKE PETERSEN.