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Torrens University Launches New Campus In Iconic Wakefield Street Building

Torrens University Launches New Campus In Iconic Wakefield Street Building

Today saw the official commemorative launch of the new Torrens University Wakefield Street Campus located in iconic South Australian building – the old Menz Biscuit Factory – this university promises students something different.

Think.Eat.Save With OzHarvest As They Educate About Food Wastage

Think.Eat.Save With OzHarvest As They Educate About Food Wastage

For the third year running OzHarvest Adelaide will be serving up a free hot rescued lunch prepared by a team of leading chefs, while raising awareness about food waste.

Applications For National Music Scholarships To Study Music Are Now Open

Applications For National Music Scholarships To Study Music Are Now Open

Australian Online Music Institute has just announced that their 2016 scholarship applications are now open.

Planet Ark’s National Tree Day Could Help Make Your Children Happier

Planet Ark’s National Tree Day Could Help Make Your Children Happier

Planet Ark, sponsored by Toyota, have conducted a survey to discover if being close to nature, and experiencing the outdoors, has an impact on a person’s happiness and health.

Bensimon Create A $10,000 Pointe Shoe Fit For A Ballerina Princess

Bensimon Create A $10,000 Pointe Shoe Fit For A Ballerina Princess

Bensimon have brought every little girl’s dream to life with the creation of their diamond encrusted Pointe Shoe, said to be worth well over $10,000, as a of part Create 2015.

Gaming hits the big screen

Gaming hits the big screen

Gamers rejoice! The world’s largest eSports company is bringing their first ever live event to the big screen with top players & exclusive content for gaming enthusiasts.

The Smith Family’s 2015 Winter Appeal – $3.5m Target To Support Disadvantaged Kids At School

The Smith Family’s 2015 Winter Appeal – $3.5m Target To Support Disadvantaged Kids At School

With more than one in 10 Australian children living in disadvantage, The Smith Family’s 2015 Winter Appeal aims to raise $3.5 million for the ongoing support of thousands of these kids so they can succeed at school.

Australia’s First Astronaut Becomes The South Australian Museum’s First Patron

Australia’s First Astronaut Becomes The South Australian Museum’s First Patron

Dr Andrew Thomas, the first Australian in space, has become the first Patron of the South Australian Museum.

Event Review: West Terrace Cemetery Night Tour

Event Review: West Terrace Cemetery Night Tour

Friday night guided tours of the West Terrace Cemetery bring history to life. Punters meet people from the past and hear audio recreations of historical moments

Citizenship Ceremony To Be Held At Coopers Stadium

Citizenship Ceremony To Be Held At Coopers Stadium

Thirty people will take their Australian Citizenship vows on the Oval at Coopers Stadium before tomorrow night’s Norwood Redlegs home match against the Adelaide Crows. The Citizenship Ceremony coincides with the SANFL’s Multicultural Round and will run from 7.00pm – 7.15pm, with the match starting at 7.40pm. The Citizenship candidates hail from 14 countries including […]

Ex-Holden Engineer Becomes New Face of UniSA Ad Campaign

Ex-Holden Engineer Becomes New Face of UniSA Ad Campaign

Jo Schneider, entrepreneur and former Senior Manufacturing Engineer at GM Holden, today makes her debut as part of the new University of South Australia mid-year intake advertising campaign.

A Virtual Career: 2015 Digital Writer in Residence Announced

A Virtual Career: 2015 Digital Writer in Residence Announced

As part of the Digital Writers in Residence Program, The SA Writers Centre has just announced the first Digital Writer in Residence spot for the year.

‘Last Friday’ In North Adelaide Tonight

‘Last Friday’ In North Adelaide Tonight

It’s all happening tonight at ‘Last Friday’, in North Adelaide, with many events to choose from. Tonight is the second ‘Last Friday, featuring ‘Street Eat in North Adelaide’, music and ‘creating’ hub.

Flinders Street Hosts The Good Earth Market

Flinders Street Hosts The Good Earth Market

For all you eco fashion, homewares and lifestyle lovers, the Good Earth Market in Flinders Street will be back in April, 2015.

REM+ Tuition Easter Holiday Educational Workshops

REM+ Tuition Easter Holiday Educational Workshops

REM+ Tuition in Adelaide is offering two holiday educational workshops designed for Year 11 and 12 SACE students who are undertaking their Research Project and preparing for examinations.

Ginza Shabu Shabu And Seafood Buffet Launch

Ginza Shabu Shabu And Seafood Buffet Launch

Ginza Japanese Restaurant on Unley Road is launching the Wagyu Shabu Shabu together with seafood buffet from next Friday.

Carnevale Finito For 2015

Carnevale Finito For 2015

The sky over Adelaide lit up with explosive fireworks to mark the culmination of Carnevale 2015. They were a fitting tribute to another successful event over the weekend.

Adelaide Fringe At Hotel Richmond

Adelaide Fringe At Hotel Richmond

The Richmond Hotel will come alive with activity this weekend. Thursday the 12th, guests are invited to the preview showing of Improvised Improv.

do it (adelaide) at Samstag Museum

do it (adelaide) at Samstag Museum

Samstag’s 2015 program kicks off with do it (adelaide), an exciting exhibition concept that sprang into life more than 20 years ago, and has since become one of the international contemporary art world’s most enduring successes.

Carnevale Festival Starts This Weekend

Carnevale Festival Starts This Weekend

Glorious weekend weather is predicted for Carnevale with shaded marquees, umbrellas, and air-conditioned pavilions inside, Carnevale cannot be missed.

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