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[23 Feb 2014 | No Comment | 7,898 views]
One Woman Goes There at the Adelaide Fringe

Join the star and co-writer of Busting Out! as she puts the puppies back in the kennel and steps out for an hilarious night of stand up where nothing is sacred.

With innate comedic abilities and keen knack of remembering jokes, Bev Killick gets the crowd laughing non-stop each and every time she performs. Her show “Bev Killick Goes There” is at The Maid for the Adelaide Fringe.

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[2 Dec 2013 | No Comment | 8,026 views]
Startup Writer Workshop for lean publishers coming to Adelaide!

Startup Writer Workshop will begin its run in Australia in Adelaide on Saturday 21st December 2013, showing authors how to apply startup principles to publish a profitable book.

Guy Vincent, CEO and Founder of Publishizer, will share his knowledge and expertise on the changing face of the publishing world.

Derived from the lean startup movement, lean publishing focuses on testing a manuscript to validate a market for the book, and introduces crowd-sourcing and crowd-funding techniques…

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[4 Nov 2013 | No Comment | 8,243 views]
Rally to stop the Hillside Mine & save Yorke Peninsula

The proposed Rex Minerals Hillside Mine on the Yorke Peninsula will be one of Australia’s largest open cut mines. South Australians must act before November 8th to protect the local environment and community. There’s a Public Rally in Adelaide at Parliament House on Thursday 7th November at midday to give South Australian’s the opportunity to show their opposition.

The proposed open cut mine will be one of Australia’s largest – the entire Olympic Dam mine would fit within it! Not only is it going to be right on the coast of the pristine St Vincent’s Gulf, but it is also going to be located within five kilometres of four local holiday towns.

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[29 May 2013 | No Comment | 11,959 views]
Discover David Helbock Trio at the Hoot Jazz Festival

Award-winning Austrian Jazz Pianist David Helbock is bringing Raphael Preuschl on bass ukulele and Herbert Pirker on drums with him to Adelaide for the second Hoot Jazz Festival in Mount Barker this June long weekend.

Performers come to Hoot! to celebrate jazz – from across the world, across Australia and just across the street. An astonishing range of players, singers, composers and performers converge on the Hills and deliver performances that cover the spectrum of jazz.

Experimental, fusion, funk, soul, blues, trad, bebop, croon, swing and hip-hop can all be found, in intimate and inimitable venues: where else would you find a gig at a funeral parlour, on a train, in a church and on a bowling green?

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[14 Feb 2013 | No Comment | 11,984 views]
Adelaide Fringe to open with a “Dizzying” Parade

Once again, the streets of Adelaide will light up and the city will explode with excitement as we celebrate the opening of the 2013 Adelaide Fringe this Friday the 15th of February.

As usual, thousands of eager onlookers are expected to line Adelaide’s premier boulevard, King William Street, to welcome an array of floats and Fringe artists in the Fringe Parade as they ‘strut their stuff’ from North Terrace to Victoria Square.

The Parade commences from 8.30pm, signalling the start of four weeks of Fringe mayhem, and will mesmerise revellers with a wonderful array of stunning floats and costumes, all around the theme of ‘Lit from Within’.

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[19 Jul 2012 | No Comment | 6,527 views]
Morton Philips rebrands to excel in Adelaide’s tight employment market

As South Australia’s premier boutique Executive Search firm, Morton Philips recognise it’s a tough market in employment at the moment. They also recognise that sustaining a strong brand identity is the key to success for any business when times are tough.

So Morton Philips have launched a new website and visual identity that reflect their dominant position in the SA marketplace, with innovation, forward thinking and a progressive mindset separating them from the competition. They’ve also introduced new a new offering in ‘Migration and Relocation Services’ which sets them apart.

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[12 Jul 2012 | No Comment | 38,809 views]
Historic former milk factory in Port Adelaide on target to become Australia’s ‘greenest’ building

hanks to innovative fuel cell technology, a former milk factory in historic Port Adelaide is aiming to become the nation’s greenest commercial office building.

Developed by boutique property development group Acdev, the St Vincent Street property – built in 1921 – has been converted into a premium quality office building featuring five ‘BlueGen’ ceramic fuel cell units, which convert natural gas to electricity and heat. It is the single largest commercial fuel cell installation in Australia.

Combined with a 22kW, 90-panel photovoltaic solar cell installation, the two storey, 1,100 square metre property has been designed to be carbon negative, with the solar power system generating enough energy to more than offset emissions from the natural gas used to operate the fuel cells. The predicted operational greenhouse gas emissions savings associated with this project is 55 tonnes of CO2 emitted per annum – the equivalent of taking 50 cars off the road for a year.

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[11 Jul 2012 | No Comment | 17,071 views]
Capture the Cover for Adelaide’s new Yellow Pages Books

This year Yellow Pages© is introducing new metropolitan phone books for Adelaide which will also serve as local business directories. To add to the local flavour of your phone book, Yellow Pages® wants people from Adelaide to submit photographs to feature on the cover as part of their Capture the Cover competition.

With the photographic theme of “‘Through the Eyes of a Local” in mind, Adelaide residents are invited to submit original photographs from their area that best depict life in their community. Your entries will showcase the best of Adelaide, whether that’s an iconic building, your favourite coffee shop, a secluded natural spot you love to relax in, or a seasonal experience that’s unique to our city.

Entering the competition is easy…

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[2 Jul 2012 | No Comment | 7,728 views]
This Cracker of a Night will make Christmas come early for charity

The call is out for South Australian women to help make Christmas come early for some of the State’s most disadvantaged people at a unique networking event. The Christmas in July event A Cracker of a Night, on Monday 23rd July, is being held for women to meet while making a difference.

Multi award winning social enterprise m.a.d.woman – making a difference, SA organisation Female Friendly and event promoter Jedo are joining forces to run the event to support Foodbank Australia – which supports more than 2,500 charities nationwide.

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[20 Jun 2012 | No Comment | 15,465 views]
Noodle Box stores supporting the SIDS and Kids SA Red Nose Day celebrations

South Australia’s Noodle Box stores have joined forces in support of the SIDS and Kids SA Red Nose Day celebrations in Adelaide and throughout the state. All eight Noodle Box stores have rallied together and will donate fifty cents from every regular ‘Singa Box’ purchased to SIDS and Kids SA throughout June.

SIDS and Kids SA is dedicated to saving the lives of babies and children during pregnancy, birth, infancy and childhood and supporting bereaved families. SIDS and Kids SA works to find answers for parents by supporting vital research into stillbirth, SIDS and safe sleeping practices.

Red Nose Day, on Friday June 29th this year, is the major fundraiser for SIDS and Kids. Funds raised through Red Nose Day activities assist SIDS and Kids in providing vital services and programs.

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[18 Jun 2012 | No Comment | 15,430 views]
Discover local events in Adelaide on Jedo

From a happy childhood in a remote pocket of South Australia, to working in Melbourne’s urban jungle, Anneliese Urquhart has experienced diverse communities.
During years of travelling and moving for work, the 31-year-old social entrepreneur often found herself looking for events in the areas she was visiting. Recently she  launched an innovative website – www.jedo.me – to cater to this need, and connect communities around Australia.

Free and easy to use, Jedo is a second-generation events sharing platform that helps people find, share and host events. Members are notified when events are on that …

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[15 Jun 2012 | No Comment | 8,002 views]
The Old Scholar’s Stocktake Sale is on now!

Adelaide-based online fashion retailer The Old Scholar is having its first June Stocktake Sale with 50% off selected items items while stocks last.
There’s free shipping in Australia and, if you’re in Adelaide, delivery can happen within just 3 hours if you order before 2pm! That’s a unique service offered by no other online fashion retailer.
The Old Scholar was launched last October with a vision: to offer those who like to express their individuality a showcase of local designers alongside the best of Australian and international fashion.
The Old Scholar aims to be …

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[15 Jun 2012 | No Comment | 13,205 views]
Books to make a difference for kids at the Cora Barclay Centre

Right through June, you have the opportunity to support the important work of the Cora Barclay Centre in North Adelaide. Just visit Dymocks Adelaide, at 135 Rundle Mall, and purchase a book to donate to the centre’s library.

When you buy a book to donate (at 10% off, courtesy of Dymocks Adelaide) you can also purchase one children’s book for yourself at the same discounted price!

The Cora Barclay Centre provides family centred auditory-verbal therapy for children who are deaf or hearing impaired and wear hearing aids, cochlear implants or other listening devices, and books play an integral role in their program.

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[29 May 2012 | One Comment | 11,900 views]
Jenny Clift’s photo-a-day discipline becomes a photography exhibition

Jenny Clift has been a keen photographer for many years, and even more so since she joined Flickr, the online photo sharing community, in 2005. In 2010 this Adelaide shutterbug decided it was time to start her own Project 365, and made the commitment to take a daily photograph to post on social media.
“I had heard of other photographers taking a photo a day to extend their photography skills and it was something I always wanted to do,” Jenny said. “But it wasn’t until I got an iPhone that I …

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[25 May 2012 | No Comment | 16,807 views]
Ten startups for ANZ Innovyz START announced

ANZ Innovyz START has announced the ten startups that have been selected for the coveted three-month accelerator program in Adelaide, South Australia, presented by Innovyz and ANZ. Since its launch on February 24 the program received over 130 Australian and International applicants.
ANZ Innovyz START is 12-week accelerator program modelled on the highly successful  TechStars Global Accelerator Program in the United States which is rated as the world’s number one. Up to three founders from each successful company below will be moving to Adelaide, South Australia for three months from next …