Tomorrow South Australia and Victoria begin the battle for the 2009/2010 Dominos Claxton Shield title, with a nine-inning game at Latrobe University from 7.35pm.
Team Chi are at it again! Kelly and the Girls are Kicking 2010 off with the “Mermaid & Deep Sea” Cocktail Party raising funds for Cancer Research.
Carnevale brings Italy to your doorstep where you can enjoy the warmth and hospitality Italians are famous for
The Kings Street Carnival – 3 days celebrating world class beer, wine, produce & entertainment from South Australia.
State selectors have this morning released the 12-man West End Redbacks Ford Ranger Cup squad to face the Retravision Warriors at the WACA on Saturday.
Adelaide United FC’s squad for the AFC Champions League 2010 has been bolstered with the signing of former Newcastle Jets midfielder Adam Griffiths.
The Port Adelaide Football Club has released its player jumper numbers for 2010.
An independent report has been released today showing business and government investment in South Australia is double that of the rest of the nation.
What a difference a day makes. Yesterday, it was revealed that new SA laws would be imposed censoring anonymous political comment on the internet leading up to the March 20 election with those leaving comments having to supply their real name and post code. Less than 24 hours later, The Attorney-General, Michael Atkinson, released a statement late last night, indicating he would repeal his law censoring internet comment after the election.
New Years resolutions usually revolve around actioning of physical endeavours. Why not resolve to sharpen up your wardrobe for 2010 at the same time gentlemen?
During the Adelaide Fringe, Lustre Gallery will be exhibiting exciting works by local artists; craftsman David Innocente, jeweller Julie Frahm, and printmaker Shelley Richards.
This is a compilation of 14 tracks featuring many of the artists who will be appearing at WOMADelaide this year. Make sure you get your copy.
On entering the gallery one is greeted by an explosion of colour.
With South Australia’s 1-0 victory in game three of the 2009/2010 Dominos Claxton Shield semi-final series against NSW on Sunday at Norwood Oval – to qualify for its first grand final in 30 years – there were at least two spectacular highlights.
The Advertiser Sunday Mail Foundation’s 2010 Clipsal 500 Ladies Day Luncheon will be held on Thursday 11 March in the 500 Club Marquee at the Clipsal 500 race track, commencing at 12 noon.
Adelaide’s number one youth community radio station, Fresh 92.7, is thrilled to announce that it has just received a grant of $100,000 from the State Government to help it in establishing a brand new, state-of-the-art broadcasting facility in the City’s East End.
Cricket Australia will trial the use of a pink ball during the day-night Futures League match scheduled at Adelaide Oval from 2 to 4 February 2010.
A new Code of Practice, set to revolutionise the way charities operate in South Australia, has been released for public consultation.
A host of junior and elite World Champions will descend on Adelaide this week for the 2010 Australian Elite, U19 and Para-cycling Track Championships being staged at the Super-Drome from Tuesday 2 to Sunday 7 February.
Massive Attack, the UK’s ‘trip-hop’ pioneers, bring their haunting and hypnotic fusion of hazy beats, dub, hauntingly soulful melodies and choice samples to Australia this March.