Category archives for: Culture & Education

A burning safety message this Easter

A burning safety message this Easter

The Julian Burton Burns Trust is reminding families heading off on a camping holiday this Easter the importance of burns prevention and fire safety.

Thomas Foods International Saddles Up With Oakbank

Thomas Foods International Saddles Up With Oakbank

Australia’s largest family-owned meat processing company has created a dedicated smart phone app for the crowds at the world’s biggest picnic race meeting at Oakbank.

Study Reveals French to Become the Language of the Future

Study Reveals French to Become the Language of the Future

The Alliance Française d’Adelaide claims South Australians should rethink their choice when studying a foreign language.

Kids Film Festival poster competition

Kids Film Festival poster competition

Students aged up to 18 years are invited to enter the Adelaide Kids Film Festival poster competition between now and 23 May 2014!

Miles Franklin 2014 longlist of Aus literature

Miles Franklin 2014 longlist of Aus literature

The Trustee of the Miles Franklin Literary Award has announced the 2014 longlist with acclaimed Australian authors and a new generation of novelists.

INDOfest – a Splash of Culture

INDOfest – a Splash of Culture

A burst of Indonesian culture will take over Adelaide’s Rymill Park, off East Terrace, on Sunday April 13 when INDOfest comes to town.

Riding To Address A Burning Issue

Riding To Address A Burning Issue

The Julian Burton Burns Trust aims to raise awareness of the incidence and impact of burn injury by engaging local communities along the route and at the same time raising valuable funds for burns prevention initiatives.

Orlando Bloom in Romeo and Juliet

Orlando Bloom in Romeo and Juliet

Prejudice. Anger. Betrayal. And the chance that true love could actually conquer all. It could only be the greatest love story of all time…

Sir Tony Robinson In Hahndorf For Tour Of Duty

Sir Tony Robinson In Hahndorf For Tour Of Duty

Legendary British actor, comedian, historian and television host Sir Tony Robinson will visit Hahndorf next week – April 7-12 – to film an episode of his latest series for FOXTEL’S HISTORY Channel, ‘Tony Robinson’s Tour of Duty’.

Something on Saturday returns for 2014

Something on Saturday returns for 2014

The Something on Saturday program for 2-10 year olds provides an opportunity to beat the winter blues with many children enjoying their first ever theatrical experience.

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