It’s that time of year again, Show time! Two words, which can strike equal amounts of dread and joy into our hearts. If however you check your humbug at the door and conjure a bit of Peter Pan spirit, it will take but a moment to be enveloped in the wonder that is the annual Royal Adelaide Show.
The legacy of hundreds of fathers, grandfathers and great grandfathers will be commemorated when the State’s largest cemetery holds its first outdoor Father’s Day Tribute on Sunday 7 September.
CHOICE have released a report on the cost of living which has revealed that retailers are helping Aussie households with cost of living pressures.
It has never been more important for Australians to have their say about how child care can be made more affordable, flexible and accessible, according to Federal Assistant Minister for Education Sussan Ley.
Snack time poses the greatest dental health risk to South Australian babies and toddlers, with the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommending people halve the amount of sugar in their diet to combat obesity and tooth decay.*
To coincide with the global premiere of Multiverse and school holidays, Australian Dance Theatre under the directorship of Garry Stewart has produce the Moving Image exhibition – a stunning FREE interactive work staged at the Artspace Gallery, Adelaide Festival Centre open now until the 24th of August 2014.
A ceremony fit for a queen will be held at Mamma Carmela’s Winter Wonderland ice rink at Moseley Square, Glenelg, from 12pm on Wednesday 16 July to mark the highly anticipated crowning of the 2014 Credit Union Christmas Pageant Queen and King.
South Australian business Tucker’s Natural have delivered the perfect healthy choice to your kid’s lunchbox.
The onset of winter certainly need not spell the end of fabulous family BBQ lunches. La Boca at Stamford Plaza – Adelaide’s only Argentinean Restaurant with a traditional Asado grill has introduced a weekend lunchtime offer too good to refuse.
Assistant Minister for Education Sussan Ley said in less than two weeks, over 2850 services had applied for the Government’s Long Day Care Professional Development Programme (LDCPDP) – the largest investment of its kind.