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Despite the onset of winter, the hiking track from Waterfully Gully to Mount Lofty is as popular as ever among Adelaide’s fitness fanatics, with many powering through the thick fog blanketing the mountaintop for an early morning trek. KATE BUDZYNSKI writes.
Once upon a time, in the heart of Adelaide city there was a mirror, but it wasn’t just any mirror, it was a magic mirror. ANASTASIA VENTO explains.
Supermarket customers are more alert than ever to food standards after the recent events involving Port Noarlunga South Foodland. ALEXANDRA STOPFORD reports.
Premier Jay Weatherill announced Tuesday morning that Adelaide’s Britannia Roundabout will be split into two to improve traffic conditions. SARAH HANCOCK reports.
A bill has been presented to State Parliament which, if passed, would decriminalise sex work in South Australia. BERNHARD SAYER reports.
Australians flock to the pyramids and Gallipoli, but mention cemetery tourism in Australia and the reaction is deathly silence. PHOEBE BOWDEN reports.
The University of Adelaide was the host for a vast exchange of knowledge as the anticipated TEDxAdelaide was held last Saturday in the historic Bonython Hall, reports HUGH SCHUITEMAKER.
More than a century of history will be celebrated in a four-day event at the Adelaide Zoo later this month. From May 23, the zoo will celebrate its 130th birthday with children’s activities, extra keeper talks and animal feeds. ANASTASIA VENTO reports.
Volunteering has become more than the older generation serving the community with everyone from soccer mums to university students being celebrated in this year’s National Volunteering Week. JAMIE BOWD reports.
Peter Monkhouse has been a volunteer firefighter for 36 years and epitomises the spirit and passion that drives many Australians to willingly give up their time to help others. MARY-ANNE BASSI reports.