Happy hours

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Pearl barley and asparagus risotto

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Guess who's coming to dinner

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Arts & Culture

Little town on the big screen

A three-year research project has uncovered a priceless archive of 1950s and ’60s films made by the people of a resilient post-war Riverland community.

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Our Favourites

Homes

Surf and turf

Coastal and country influences are celebrated in this sustainable family home, perched in the south coast foothills.

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People & Places

My retreat

The shed has long been the domain of the man. Slowly but surely, women are claiming their own space to explore their interests.

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Homes

Homes

Happy hours

Stopping for a drink is a strong tradition at this Aldgate property — and why not, with so many tranquil pockets to enjoy an evening refreshment?

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Homes

The rewards of patience

It’s natural to want to make a start on renovations as soon as you move into a new house but, as this character villa extension shows, good things come to those who wait.

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Homes

Family tree house

Perched above steep scrubland with views across the Adelaide plains, this tree-top home has its roots firmly planted in family history.

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Out & About

Wine & Dine

People & Places

Guess who’s coming to dinner… Anna Gerlach

Anna Gerlach’s friends make the most of her open door policy when it comes to entertaining. Anna gives us an insight into how to create a great dinner party that’s all about the fun without the fuss.

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People & Places

Three minutes with … Appellation executive chef Daniel Murphy

Having grown up in the Barossa, how did you start your career as a chef? I started out working in a busy cafe in the Barossa. Like many chefs my first job was as a dishy. One Sunday one of the breakfast cooks cut herself pretty badly and had to go to hospital, leaving the kitchen short. I stepped in to help as best I could as a nervous 15-year-old.

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Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

Little town on the big screen

A three-year research project has uncovered a priceless archive of 1950s and ’60s films made by the people of a resilient post-war Riverland community.

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Arts & Culture

Creating a connection

One of Australia’s greatest ever footballers grabs his second career chance with as much creative vigour as his first.

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Arts & Culture

Setting the scene

Singing with the tune of power tools and the dancing of forklifts, the Adelaide Festival Centre scenery workshop is Australia’s largest producer of musical theatre sets and infrastructure.

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Arts & Culture

Curious and curiouser

It takes immense passion, a thirst for knowledge and sometimes a quirky personality to be a curator of the various forms of SA’s history. We speak to five South Australians who've taken on the task.

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Gardens

Gardens

Fee free fun

It’s true that gardening can be a costly business, but enjoying the gardens around our state doesn’t have to be.

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