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Music artists from around the world, including Moby, Rudimental and Jamie Catto, share their insights into the connections between artists and creativity in new eBook.
PARTS of the Adelaide Hills received a "light dusting" of snow overnight, but strong winds could spoil the party for those hoping for some white magic at Mt Lofty this morning.
Huge meat-eating, land-living dinosaurs evolved into birds by constantly shrinking for over 50 million years, scientists have revealed.
BEER glasses will be raised around the world and in Adelaide on Friday to mark International Beer Day, which falls on the first Friday in August A MURRAY Bridge man has been charged with the abduction, rape and murder of a teenager at Albury, NSW, more than 40 years after the shocking crime.
People who've have just watched Hugh Sullivan's feature film The Infinite Man often tell the Adelaide filmmaker two seemingly contradictory things afterwards: they liked the movie, but they're not entirely sure what happened.
ELEANOR HALL: A Catholic youth worker is warning today that some young asylum seekers in community detention are threatening suicide.
Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young says she has been denied access to the Curtin Detention Centre to visit the 157 Tamil asylum seekers who were held on an Australia Customs ship for almost a month.
"OPTION J" - a codename for plans to buy submarines from Japan - was the "worst-kept secret" at the Adelaide Defence and Industry conference this week, a senior Defence analyst says.
RARE glass negatives bought for "a trifling" more than 20 years ago at a suburban Adelaide garage sale, now form the basis for a $250,000 book sale.
PARENTS of children at a childcare centre, primary school and boarding house located near the home of a Families SA carer charged with sexually abusing seven preschoolers have not been notified about his arrest.
BESIEGED minister Jennifer Rankine has rejected claims the State Government failed to follow Debelle inquiry protocols in its handling of the Families SA child-protection scandal.
The small town of Ardrossan, 150 kilometres northwest of Adelaide is split over exactly what benefits an open cut copper, gold and iron ore mine will bring to the community, according to the local progress association.
PARENTS fear that school chaplaincy programs are being influenced by a religious group that engages in faith healing and speaking in tongues.
Rex Minerals has been given the green light by the South Australian government to develop what it says is Australia's largest unexploited copper project.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 02:57 am
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