People & Places

Nov 5, 2019
People & Places

Ripe for the picking

Deep in the heart of stone fruit country, a Riverland producer is on a relentless mission to grow the perfect peach and nectarine.

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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 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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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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