We have been blessed with many great South Australians of note. Wonderful achievers like legendary cricketer Donald George Bradman, although he wasn't born here, social worker Julia Warren Farr whose work more than a century ago with people with a disability remains profound, and Robert Lee Hawke, … [Read More...] about Classic event makes SA great
The petrol heads on water are revving and raring to go for the ninth annual Aquafest at the Goolwa Aquatic Club on April 4-5.
But times have changed. Unlike when the club was formed in 1959 when they raced like a boat out of hell and sometimes crashed they now perform professional spirited … [Read More...] about Racing like a boat out of hell
This Indian-born chap pictured went through school and adolescence absorbing jibes, at times deplorable prejudice after his family moved to Adelaide when he was three-years-old.
However, with his Spanish ancestral Christian name of Juan followed by Smith – the most prevalent surname in the … [Read More...] about Putting old heads on new shoulders
Welcome to your 2020 summer guide. Whether your eyes are peeled on the dolphins from The Big Duck around Granite Island as pictured above, riding a bike along the 7km Shiraz trail from McLaren Vale to Willunga or investigating the spectacular western coast, enjoy your holidays on our Fleurieu … [Read More...] about Places to see, things to do this summer
They say a picture tells a thousand words, but for Tim Shierlaw, chairman of the Victor Harbor Art Show, a painting hides a story.
The annual exhibition is a project of Rotary Victory Harbor, and there will be 1400 entries – including for the first time sculptures – on the lawns of Warland … [Read More...] about The meaning of art life