A public fundraising campaign in underway for the state’s first dedicated memorial to victims of domestic violence, an interactive sculptural garden in the Adelaide CBD.
As part of a Next Gen Journo course run by Expressions Media, a group of aspiring young Adelaide journalists had the opportunity to interview Clancy Overell to learn a thing or two from a self-proclaimed successful media mogul.
This month, 21 eager entrepreneurs will pitch their business idea to local and global investors, collaborators, mentors and networkers at Thebarton Community Centre on Thursday 18th October.
This month, in collaboration with The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Matty’s Soldiers will host their annual gala dinner in aid of raising much-needed funds and awareness for HHT.
After the success of last year’s Next Gen Journo course, Expressions Media is once again seeking budding journalists to learn the tricks of the trade.
Shiver me timbers! Adelaide’s Captain Hellfire & The Wretched Brethren launch a pirate game and debut EP
Written in Kriol and English, Moli det bigibigi (Molly the Pig) is a story based on a real-life pet pig of the Binjari community, found in the bush by Karen’s brother.
Adelaide Gang Show will this year launch it’s 58th season this month with a theme of ‘That’s Life’ to celebrate.
This October, a new festival will set sail in Port Adelaide and will give locals and visitors a chance to take in Port Adelaide’s rich maritime history and celebrate South Australia’s seafood industry.
Whether it’s through education, music, theatre or honest conversations, mental health is not a subject that will remain in the shadows, nor should it.