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Bay To Birdwood Run Will Zoom Through SA This Sunday

Bay To Birdwood Run Will Zoom Through SA This Sunday

Now in its 34th year, the Bay to Birdwood has grown to become the largest historic motoring celebration of its kind in the world today. Taking place on Sunday September 28th, this year’s event is for vehicles manufactured before 1956. With almost 1000 vintage and veteran vehicles already registered to participate, this year’s Bay to Birdwood […]

In class with Brian Cox, Live web broadcast from the RiAus Studio

In class with Brian Cox, Live web broadcast from the RiAus Studio

On 14 October in Adelaide, world-renowned science presenter, Professor Brian Cox kicks off a national tour: Brian Cox – Making sense of the Cosmos.

People On Pitt Lights Up This Friday

People On Pitt Lights Up This Friday

Over the last four weeks students from the University of South Australia have been designing and constructing light installations that will be installed in the southern end of Pitt Street this Friday evening.

Young Minds Drawn to Adelaide Institutes

Young Minds Drawn to Adelaide Institutes

The results of a groundbreaking South Australian Museum study on early childhood learning will be launched in an exhibition at the Museum today.

The Kimye Guide To Adelaide

The Kimye Guide To Adelaide

Your guide to the most exclusive restaurants, bars, accommodation, shops and experiences in Adelaide.

Adelaide Uni Develops Technology To Use Chip Packets For Safer Water

Adelaide Uni Develops Technology To Use Chip Packets For Safer Water

Adelaide uni students & staff have designed a low-cost and easily made drinking water treatment system suitable for remote communities in Papua New Guinea.

Adelaide Entrepreneurs Take Centre Stage Tonight

Adelaide Entrepreneurs Take Centre Stage Tonight

Mr Roberto Cardone, Co-Founder of Cibo Espresso, will take centre stage in the New Venture Institute’s ‘Entrepreneurs In Conversation’ event tonight.

Non-English Subjects Can Help Migrant And Refugee Children

Non-English Subjects Can Help Migrant And Refugee Children

New research at the University of Adelaide recommends that migrant and refugee children be exposed to more non-English-based subjects – such as art and sport – to help them to make friends, transition into school education and improve their wellbeing.

5 Little-Known Clauses In Your Car Insurance Policy That Make A Big Difference

5 Little-Known Clauses In Your Car Insurance Policy That Make A Big Difference

Despite a nationwide crackdown on motor vehicle theft, Government statistics* show that around 60,000 vehicles are stolen each year in Australia, which equates to a theft every 10 minutes. Technological advances such as immobilizers and keyless ignition systems have driven down the number of motor thefts over the past five years by 10.6 per cent*. Though, […]

Torrens University Australia Launches Two New Industry-Driven Undergraduate Programs

Torrens University Australia Launches Two New Industry-Driven Undergraduate Programs

Australia’s newest comprehensive university and only the second to open in 20 years – Torrens University Australia – has announced two new undergraduate programs for 2015 in Media Design and Applied Public Health in response to strong demand for skilled professionals in these burgeoning industries.

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