A record number of nominations have been received for the 2010 South Australian Tourism Awards for the second year in a row.
SeaLink Travel Group is investing heavily into the Chinese market, appointing Lucy Jin, its first Business Development Executive to be employed outside of Australia to drive growth out of the Greater China market.
The freshest Anime this side of Tokyo comes to Palace Nova Eastend September 2010.
Tutti presented another of their warm and generous performances, this one being devised by members of the group and directed with a nicely gentle feel to it by Juha Vanhakartano.
The Zephyr Quartet presented a concert of five pieces, three short works and two major works, in conjunction with the designs of Khai Liew and the Collectors exhibition at his gallery, as the latest in their ‘sight specific’ series.
Ed Kowalczyk - renowned worldwide as lead singer and driving force of multi-platinum band Live - brings his new Down Under for a national tour.
Manic Street Preachers, one of the UK's premier alternative rock bands, make their long awaited return to Australia this November to play blistering shows across the nation.
30 floors and 135m of vertical height - the Westpac Stair Climb is no ordinary challenge!
Fancy the idea of seeing your little slice of creative genius all over Adelaide? Entries are now open for the Adelaide Fringe 2011 poster competition. Good luck!
One Bird Design was founded in 2009 by local Adelaide designer Kate Tilly.
Time to start getting excited - artist registrations for Adelaide Fringe 2011 are now open!
The stars of the smash hit ABC Documentary, ARIA, Logie and Helpmann Award winning Choir of Hard Knocks, now known as the Choir of Hope and Inspiration, along with their Founding Music Director Dr Jonathon Welch AM, will come to Adelaide for the first time to perform with our very own Tutti Choir, founded by South Australia’s 2007 Local Hero,...
As part of the 2010 SALA Festival, three local artists are blending their diverse backgrounds and compiling a mixed media exhibition featuring henna designs, ceramic creations and a short film, all intertwining around the idea of the 'Elements'.
Thanks to $19.25 million in federal funding from the Australian Research Council (ARC), with an additional $12 million of support from partner institutions, Australia's crop and food industries will benefit from a new $31 million biotechnology Centre of Excellence to be headquartered at the University of Adelaide's Waite Campus. The University has been awarded
A system to ensure better communication between hospital and patient is improving the journey for remote Aboriginal patients coming to Flinders Medical Centre (FMC) for cardiac procedures, and is currently informing national policy.
It’s a great opportunity to see what campus life is really like, so it’s not surprising that more than 14,000 people came along last year.
The 2010 NAB Barossa Gourmet Weekend promises to warm your senses on the 21st and 22nd August.
Adelaide accounting firm Shearer + Elliss has beaten leading accounting firms from across the country to win this year’s 10X Outstanding Achievement in Business Coaching award at 10X’s 2010 Annual Awards Night, on the Gold Coast...
Award winning vocalist Megan Washington and Australian jazz luminary Paul Grabowsky return to the Adelaide Festival Centre for a one night only performance, after their sold out success at the 2008 Adelaide Cabaret Festival. Blessed with a sublime voice and musical maturity beyond her years, Brisbane singer/songwriter Megan Washington is recognised as a major talent in the Australian music […]
The Adelaide Festival Centre is proud to announce that the recipient of the inaugural Adelaide Festival Centre’s South Australian Indigenous Acquisitive Art Award is Ceduna artist Beaver Lennon...