Tickets have just gone on sale for one of the most exciting and unique wine events of its kind in Australia. The sixth annual Variety Vintage Luncheon will be held on Friday, 14th November at the National Wine Centre, sponsors of this prestigious event, which raises much needed money for South Australian children in need.
New research at the University of Adelaide recommends that migrant and refugee children be exposed to more non-English-based subjects – such as art and sport – to help them to make friends, transition into school education and improve their wellbeing.
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 annual RiAus Sci-ku competition is back in August 2014 with a food theme, providing an easy and fun way for students and adults to get involved in National Science Week.
South Australian business Tucker's Natural have delivered the perfect healthy choice to your kid's lunchbox.
The South Australian Jockey Club's (SAJC) TattsBet Adelaide Autumn Racing Carnival at Morphettville explodes into action this Saturday 12 April, with an outstanding program of racing as Black Type events comprise all eight races on the card.
Students aged up to 18 years are invited to enter the Adelaide Kids Film Festival poster competition between now and 23 May 2014!
RAA understands that many parents find installing a child restraint confusing and challenging, but reminds parents a good fit is vital for the safety of their children.
Mr Snot-Bottom and his best friend Phlegm are battling to save the world from the Zombie Baby Apocalypse with bottom jokes, rude noises and silliness aplenty – and the youngsters just love it.
In a first, time-poor parents can have their say on the nation’s first major review of childcare since the 1990s without having to make a full-length submission.
The Ultimate One Dayer Live Site presented by Carlton Mid and supported by Cricket Australia and OPSM will take over Colley Reserve and will include a big screen showing the game.
A new high-energy children’s pop group from Adelaide is already making waves in the music industry with a number one debut single, a national award nomination and a new dance craze under its belt.
In an all-singing, all-dancing musical theatre show, children’s book and television favourite Angelina Ballerina will perform live in a brand new ‘Mousical’ in the Dunstan Playhouse, 31 December 2013 – Sunday 5 January 2014 at Adelaide Festival Centre.
As the 2013 school year swings into gear, the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia has raised concerns about backpack trends amongst school children and the potential long-term damage that could be caused by over laden and ill-fitting bags.
Following the huge success of The Lab, The Hive, The Eko Chamber and The Drawing Room, the Art Gallery of South Australia will unveil a new dedicated learning activity space for children, families and art lovers of all ages thanks to the generous support of the James and Diana Ramsay Foundation.
This Saturday 15th December, a fantastic community event returns by popular demand. It’s not quite Christmas until the Marion Mega Market returns to the plaza outside the Marion Cultural Centre.
Former front man of legendary Australian bands, Noiseworks and INXS, Jon Stevens will headline this year’s Woolworths Carols by Candlelight event in Elder Park on Sunday 16th December.
Todd McKenney’s ‘Search For A Star’ competition is into its second week, and the talent is rolling in! Todd is offering talented young children the chance to fulfill their stage dreams – sharing the spotlight with our favourite Boy From Oz.
Todd McKenney is giving kids the chance to fulfill their starry-eyed stage dreams with his new ‘Search For A Star’ competition.
The October school holidays will be jam packed with treasures and treats for children with this year’s Great Jetty Road Treasure Hunt.