Premier Steven Marshall and Health Minister Stephen Wade addressed the South Australian public this morning in regards to a new COVID-19 vaccination roll out for schools.
Chief Public Health Officer Nicola Spurrier this afternoon addressed the South Australian public in regards to two new covid cases in SA today. A South Australia freight driver in his sixties is amongst the two cases, who travelled between SA and NSW, testing yesterday with a positive result returned today. Six new tier 3 exposure […]
The trio of Ambassadors reflect the Adelaide Fringe’s commitment to cultural diversity and artistic inclusivity.
BoatFest is sailing its way to our Port with fresh seafood, wine and local music! Adelaide introduces BoatFest, celebrating our amazing South Australian seafood with land and water displays, masterclasses in seafood, beer, wine and music. October’s Festival calendar continues to grow with the festival being held on the 13th and 14th. BoatFest gives visitors the […]
Glam Adelaide caught up with the Ziegler sisters in preparation for their brand-new tour which is heading down under later this month.
Petaluma has opened their Winery and Cellar Door quite recently, so make sure to make the most of your summer and add this to your 'summer plans' list.
The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) Australia has joined the global cause of Project B – a range of initiatives to widen access to dance for boys and encourage more to take up ballet. In celebration of its upcoming centenary in 2020, the RAD aims to bring dance to more people in more places globally.
Comedy magician Scott Stunz presented his solo magician act in a one night only performance at the Bakehouse Theatre.
Alex Dunkin interviews Colin and Cameron Cairnes, the directorial brothers behind the new Australian horror-comedy film, 100 Bloody Acres. Find our review of the film under "Film Reviews".