There is less than one week left for teams of cyclists to register for the Mutual Community Challenge Tour, presented by The Advertiser, and experience riding a stage of the Santos Tour Down Under.
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Each year, an average of 35 cyclists are killed and over 2,500 are seriously injured on our roads. The majority of these collisions involve a motor vehicle and most are preventable.
Meet Matt Moran, celebrity chef and owner of award-winning restaurant Aria, in Sydney, for an exclusive and intimate four-course dinner presented by Hilton Adelaide in association with the Good Food & Wine Show.
Darren and Lucy Golding along with Greg and Connie Golding invite you to join them on Sunday October 24th for a special High Tea to raise much needed funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation Pink Ribbon charity.
Lovers of Grenache are invited to unite on the 24th of September 2010 for the first annual International Grenache Day – a day for restaurants, wine associations, wine merchants and producers, and fans of great wine around the world celebrate the many intricacies and virtues of the worlds most widely planted red grape.
The Market for Child & Baby is pleased to announce its return to Adelaide Sunday October 10th at the newly renovated, Richards Park, Norwood.
Students from TafeSA’s Adelaide College of the Arts Acting, Design and Technical Production departments have come together to present Paulo Castro’s Underground.
Presented by Adelaide Festival Centre’s OzAsia Festival & CentreStage Program in association with Yohangza Theatre Company, one of Shakespeare’s best known tragedies of revenge and intrigue is given a Korean twist.
Little Big Shots is Australia’s only stand-alone kids’ film festival for children plus plenty of competitions and opportunities for involvement. The films screening in Little Big Shots inspire discussion of world cultures, different languages, cultural diversity, emotional intelligence and human values.
Awaken your artistic side and heighten your senses while enjoying two spectacular days of FREE entertainment and creative activities at Art of The Hart artists market.
Entries are still open for this year’s Sunday Mail City-Bay Fun Run on Sunday 19th…
With his own record label and frontman of bands MxPx and Tumble Down, Mike Herrera stops for a chat with Rajani Stengewis.
The annual ‘Croquet and Croquettes’ tournament is being held on Sunday 24th October at Bird…
South Australia Redbacks skipper Michael Klinger has led from the front in a man-of-the-match performance that had helped his side to an 11-run win over locals the Highveld Lions in their opening match of the Airtel Champions League Twenty20 tournament at Centurion Park.
The Animal Welfare League is bringing a touch of Paris to Adelaide when it hosts…
Australia will be the first country inscribed on the Constellation Cup after the Diamonds claimed a thrilling 46-40 goal win over the New Zealand Silver Ferns in Auckland.
Commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Robert Schumann and with a reputation for world class festivals, the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and its Chief Conductor and Music Director, Arvo Volmer, will present the signal event of the ASO’s 2010 season in a unique Schumann Festival.
With the debut of their album Strange Notions, Brenton Manser and the Disciples of Zen are proud to announce their first music video for the track Goin’ To Sea.