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A gay initiative with straight answers

A gay initiative with straight answers

The first same-sex support website based in South Australia has been launched officially. All Colours of Grey aims to not only to give an outlet to those who have nowhere else to turn, but provide a community where stories can be shared and creativity can bloom. THEO PANAGOPOULOS finds out more…

Adelaide Peace Markets aim to break down cultural barriers one brick at a time

Adelaide Peace Markets aim to break down cultural barriers one brick at a time

A market new to Adelaide this year is helping break down cultural barriers by bringing Kaurna music, history and experience to the suburb of Marion every month. ERIN WILLIS discovered what is happening at the Adelaide Peace Markets

Wikileaks gathers its flock with new networking site FoWL

Wikileaks gathers its flock with new networking site FoWL

The infamous website Wikileaks has entered the social networking arena, with an anonymous networking site named Friends Of Wikileaks. Is it worth logging in, or is it better left encrypted? CAITLIN KEENAN has more…

Paralympian doing SA proud

Paralympian doing SA proud

On The Record’s SAMANTHA OKELY uncovers the inspiring story of a South Aussie who has been nominated for the 2012 Australian Paralmypic Team.
SA’s Jay Dohnt aimed for team submission ever since being diagnosed with Meningococcal disease in year 8, and now he’s made the team. Click below for more…

The genesis of public radio

The genesis of public radio

The oldest public radio station in Australia – Radio Adelaide – is turning 40 this month, and station staff are preparing for mass celebrations.

WADE STEPHENS winds back the clock, unveiling some of the stories station volunteers have had along the journey…

Coming to terms with Cuba

Coming to terms with Cuba

Ever wondered what it’s like to travel to Cuba nowadays? Is it a undisturbed tropical paradise, or too unsafe to warrant the airline ticket? ERIN WILLIS finds out…

Teenage girls not sticking to hockey

Teenage girls not sticking to hockey

With Hockey participation rates rising, why is the future of the Kookaburras possibly at stake? RHYS CLARK discovers teenage girls could be putting the future of women’s hockey at jeopardy, and Hockey SA are doing all they can to mend the blow.

SA Rugby raising awareness of the game

SA Rugby raising awareness of the game

In an effort to boost the popularity within the southern states, SA rugby are promoting the game through trial campaigns in state schools. Are these efforts meeting any ends, or falling on deaf ears in an AFL dominated state? SOPHIE QUINN reports.

Arts and Health – a partnership for wellbeing

Arts and Health – a partnership for wellbeing

Efforts to combine the worlds of health and the arts are reportedly very successful, as the State Government’s Ministers reflected on their recent efforts. SARAH MARTIN sees just how to two fields became integrated…

Food, wine and pepper

Food, wine and pepper

A quaint little building on Magill Road is the home of the art centre’s newest project, the Food and Wine Exhibition, held at the Pepper Street Art Centre. ESTHER LAM has a look inside…