My South Australian Life

Jul 18, 2024
People & Places

Serving up family favourites

Step inside the home and dinner party of Stephanie Ockenden as the mum-of-three shows us how she manages her ever-growing career and family life.

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Feb 17, 2022
My South Australian Life

‘I’m inspired to meet anything head on’

Having founded a cancer care centre in Darwin, Dr Michael Penniment AM has now set his sights on opening Australia's first state-of-the-art proton therapy centre here in Adelaide.

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Feb 10, 2022
My South Australian Life

‘Connection sculpts how we think, feel and live’

Adelaide cognitive scientist Dr Fiona Kerr says we are all “electrochemical bags” beautifully designed to connect. Her immersive experience, Hippocampus, opens soon at Adelaide Fringe.

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Jan 21, 2022
My South Australian Life

‘Fundamentally there is a restlessness in me’

He’s chaired the Fringe, started a record label and is a legend of Adelaide’s advertising industry. David Minear chats about the paths he’s taken in life and what continues to drive him.

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Jan 14, 2022
My South Australian Life

‘I love what I do. It’s as simple as that.’

Chris Dittmar, aka Ditts, grew up hard in Alberton, played squash for Australia, then carved out a successful media career. He says his goal these days is to be a better person.

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Nov 12, 2021
My South Australian Life

‘It was the phoenix rising from the ashes‘

David Horbelt is a master at redeveloping hotels around Australia, finding unpolished diamonds that have lost their shine and bringing them back to their full glory, but it was Mount Lofty House that’s kept him in SA.

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Nov 5, 2021
My South Australian Life

‘I have always been a dreamer’

As one of Australia’s most lauded interior designers, Paul Hecker has forged a career from Melbourne, but it all began in South Australia.

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Oct 29, 2021
My South Australian Life

‘The most testing time is the one we are currently in’

Life has brought both great adventures and insurmountable grief for Judy Potter, an arts and community leader whose role as chair of Adelaide Festival sees her helping steer the organisation through one of the most difficult times the sector has ever faced.

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