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Australia’s First Science Channel Launched

Australia’s First Science Channel Launched

Locally run, national science communication organisation RiAus has launched Australia’s first dedicated science channel out of Adelaide today.

Former Governor Ties in with Adelaide Uni

Former Governor Ties in with Adelaide Uni

The University of Adelaide Council today announced the appointment of former Governor of South Australia, Kevin Scarce, as its 16th Chancellor.

Seniors Share Their Love Of Books

Seniors Share Their Love Of Books

A book club in suburban Adelaide is challenging traditional perceptions of aged care.

The Countdown Is On: Five Days Until Feast!

The Countdown Is On: Five Days Until Feast!

Adelaide’s 18th Feast Festival kicks off 15 days of queer arts and culture with a Pride March and huge opening night street party this Saturday.

Adelaide’s Designer Market Returns

Adelaide’s Designer Market Returns

Not long until Bowerbird opens the doors to Spring/Summer 2014, a three-day event bringing together work from the best of Australia’s designer makers.

Centennial Park Remembrance Day commemorates Anzac Centenary

Centennial Park Remembrance Day commemorates Anzac Centenary

The Anzac Centenary marks 100 years since Australia’s involvement in the First World War. Representatives from State Government, local councils, the Army, Navy and Air Force, Returned Services League, ex-service organisations and local schools will join together to honour the sacrifices of those who have fallen and served in times of war.

Ancient, Super-Breeding Fish On Display From Today At The South Australian Museum

Ancient, Super-Breeding Fish On Display From Today At The South Australian Museum

Ancient, super-breeding fish on display from today at the South Australian Museum are the stars of evolutionary research carried out by an international team including South Australian Museum Palaeontologist Dr Mike Lee, which has been published in the prestigious journal Nature.

Aussies Walk Together for Unity

Aussies Walk Together for Unity

Thousands of Australians across 18 cities are expected to participate in the annual Walk Together on 25 October to call for unity, fairness and inclusion.

Torrens University Australia launches new Bachelor of Media Design

Torrens University Australia launches new Bachelor of Media Design

The nation’s newest comprehensive university partners with New Zealand’s award-winning Media Design School to meet the demand of the fast growing digital sector

Emma Watson’s UN Women Speech Makes Waves

Emma Watson’s UN Women Speech Makes Waves

On Sunday night, Emma Watson invited all men to join the campaign for gender equality.

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