Archive for October, 2014

Hong Kong: A Destination Not A Stopover

Hong Kong: A Destination Not A Stopover

Hong Kong is a city that has experienced the process of modernization whilst maintaining the essence and culture of its people. Hong Kong is a city that should not be missed from your travel itinerary, writes JACK MASON.

Snake sighting at Magill campus

Snake sighting at Magill campus

A snake sighting on the University of South Australia’s Magill campus last week, has prompted staff and security to remain vigilant, CASEY GREGORY reports.

Julia Gillard in Conversation

Julia Gillard in Conversation

The excitement in the air was tangible as former Prime Minister Julia Gillard was welcomed to the stage at the Adelaide Town Hall to discuss her recently released memoir. Throughout the conversation Ms Gillard was witty and charming and she raised several important points about the treatment of women in public life and how we as a nation can do better, reports ASHLEIGH PISANI.

A look back at Garibaldi: A preventable epidemic

A look back at Garibaldi: A preventable epidemic

In the wake of the current Ebola crisis, FLETCHER DOHERTY, takes a look at the Garibaldi epidemic in the 1990s and reflects on what has been learnt since.

Drink local, party social

Drink local, party social

The past few years have seen a shift in the direction of Adelaide’s nightlife, particularly in the West End, which has been revamped by a throng of world-class bars. Now we welcome Bank Street Social to the mix, TOMAS TELEGRAMMA REVIEWS.

Belinda’s hopes for Adelaide’s emerging fashion industry

Belinda’s hopes for Adelaide’s emerging fashion industry

With the Adelaide Fashion Festival right around the corner, designer Belinda Zanello speaks about the importance of Adelaide’s emerging fashion scene and her passion for ‘art meets fashion,’ reports CARNEY SIMS.

Review: Begin Again

Review: Begin Again

Approaching the tail end of the winter movie season, Begin Again, directed by John Carney, provides a light hearted, romantic drama that pulls on the heartstrings and puts a spring in your step, JACK MASON REVIEWS.