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Lawless Cyclists, circa 1908

It’s always amazing what you find when researching. Stumbled across the following Letter to the Editor which appeared in The (Adelaide) Advertiser newspaper back on…

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Trailer for Damien Leith's new play at Chapel Off Chapel

After it’s roaring success at The Adelaide Cabaret Festival and a sold out preview at The Joan (Sydney), Damien Leith brings his show ‘The Parting Glass- An Irish Journey… 157 more words

Australian Music

Badly Conceived Infographics

Surely the Pulitzer Prize for the most badly conceived infographic in a newspaper must go to the Adelaide Advertiser, who, when respondents to a poll overwhelmingly vote “yes” to something, point an arrow towards “no”. 15 more words

On Toasting Forks & Wood Stoves

The house is still asleep as my father lights the fire in the slow combustion stove; an Everhot that lives up to its name. A barrow load of wood sits outside the back door to fuel the day, red gum swiftly split with an axe. 716 more words

Rural South Australia & Food Nostalgia

Whom is the richest?

What makes a person rich in others eyes?

The other day I was reminded of a simple story that has been stuck on my fridge for years, the origin is unknown and I imagine there are many different versions. 610 more words


One newsroom to rule them all

News Limited announced today the newsrooms of Adelaide’s most popular newspapers, The Advertiser and Sunday Mail, will merge into a seven-day operation.

Professor Alan Knight, Head of the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of Technology Sydney spoke to Tim Brunero to explain what this means for our print media here and around Australia. 12 more words


What's on this week

We had a long weekend here last week. Unfortunately Mother Nature wasn’t playing nice and it absolutely poured from Saturday afternoon onwards. But on Monday the weather cleared a little, so Jim and I slipped up the Hunter Valley to sneak in a round of golf. 241 more words

Friday Feast