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.
In a move to welcome refugees into the community, City Councillors have declared Adelaide a Refugee Welcome Zone. Following on from this commitment made at a Council Meeting, there will be an official signing on Monday 1 September. This document will acknowledge the contributions refugees have made to society and will enhance cultural diversity in […]
On Friday night, HUB Adelaide celebrated their 1st Birthday by throwing a party in their spacious Peel St offices.
On Monday, 1 September the R U OK? national conversation tour bus stops in Adelaide at Victoria Square, to help make a difference to the issue of suicide in Australia by inspiring locals to ask their mates, “are you ok?” more regularly.
For those of you who don’t know, beards could very well save your life.
The Australian Research Council (ARC) Australian Laureate Fellowships have been announced today by Minister for Education, the Hon. Christopher Pyne MP, at a ceremony in Adelaide.
Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute is proud to announce its 25th Anniversary on Wednesday 1st October 2014. The Institute will celebrate the achievement with a program titled Tandanya 25 – “Back to the Future”. 25 days of Celebration will showcase Aboriginal and Torres Strait culture and art whilst officially recognising its funding and community partners.
From astronomy to vertical gardening there is something for everyone.
Alphatise is on the hunt for standout candidate to take on a $100,000 employment package.
This visually indulgent open air marketplace provides the pathway to take visitors on a cultural journey emulating the experience as though they were visiting each country itself.