People & Places

Sep 19, 2019
People & Places

Early birds

While most of the state is still sleeping each morning, families in the fruit and veg industry are continuing a market tradition that has been handed down for 145 years.

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Oct 1, 2019
People & Places

Spreading the word

One local marmalade cook will soon defend her title in a national competition that is driving a resurgence in slow food making.

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Sep 25, 2019
People & Places

Book club: Artistic expression

The Art Gallery of South Australia’s book clubs are about more than ticking off a list of books. The groups are about learning and exploring a shared passion.

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Sep 5, 2019
People & Places

Community gardens: Reap what you sow

Community gardens are flourishing throughout the state. So don’t be a couch potato – grab a spade and head out to meet your local network of green thumbs who might teach you a thing or two.

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Sep 2, 2019
People & Places

SA Agricultural Town of the Year finalist: Cleve

The Eyre Peninsula town of Cleve has shown resilience and innovation – a couple of reasons why it is one of five finalists in the inaugural SA Agricultural Town of the Year Awards.

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Aug 22, 2019
People & Places

Working like a dog

Whether it’s a pampered pooch or a helpful hound, you’re likely to meet a few canines behind the counter as you visit businesses around South Australia.

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Aug 12, 2019
People & Places

All hung up

Step inside the wardrobes of some of South Australia’s most stylish to see how they pull off their looks.

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Jul 4, 2019
People & Places

A tour to remember with Joanna Dudley

Dressed in white and wielding a red flag, soprano Joanna Dudley will this weekend give visitors to the Art Gallery of South Australia a performance they won’t forget.

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Jun 7, 2019
People & Places

Seek, and ye shall find

Foraging may be a buzzword among chefs, but understanding and collecting wild-growing foods is a way of life for some.

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Jun 7, 2019
People & Places

On the right track

Whether it’s pedalling peacefully through a forest, flying downhill at top speed or testing your cross-country endurance, these are some of the best locations for mountain biking in South Australia.

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May 16, 2019
People & Places

“Hero Dog” Billy’s new lease of life

While SA is a state of animal lovers, sadly some pets don’t receive the care and protection they deserve. One little dog’s second chance has been life-changing for everyone involved.

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May 10, 2019
People & Places

The Shipwreck Hunter

Resting beneath the waves of the Southern Ocean for more than a century, the sunken remains of South Australia’s maritime history have held a lifelong fascination for one young diver.

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Apr 12, 2019
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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Apr 12, 2019
People & Places

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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Apr 2, 2019
People & Places

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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Apr 2, 2019
People & Places

The need for speed

SALIFE met with three local female motorcycling pioneers, who have been immortalised in a book written by a Harley-riding grandmother.

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Apr 2, 2019
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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Apr 2, 2019
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Sweet success

The world’s best carob is grown and processed by one salt of the earth couple on their Booborowie orchard.

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Mar 1, 2019
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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