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It’s hard to believe, but one in four girls have missed school because they don’t have access to feminine hygiene products (2020 survey by South Australian Office of the Commissioner for Children and Young People), and further to this one in two girls reported not having access to products or not knowing how to access product at school.
The picturesque Bremerton Wines will be hosting two art exhibitions from May to August, Views by Adelaide artist Hugh Adamson and South Australia in Watercolour by Denis Noble, as part of the South Australian Living Artists Festival (SALA).
Accredited practising dietitian Emily Hartley shares one of her favourite recipes using fresh produce from Norwood Place.
Fixed or variable? Sell or invest? The team at Bernie Lewis Home Loans make sense of the mortgage minefield.
Delve into the history of one of Australia’s most respected and prevalent winemakers at the Penfolds 1844 to Evermore event, which is part of the month-long South Australian History Festival.
Skin expert Dr Rahma Targett from Advanced Cosmetic Medicine uses years of experience as a medical practitioner and United Nations deputy chief medical officer to help patients achieve their best ‘natural’ skin. Here are some of her top tips.
Accredited practising dietitian Emily Hartley shares some of her favourite recipes using fresh produce from Norwood Place.
As the weather gets colder, it’s time to rug up and plan a visit to The Winter Village at Torrens Parade Ground. In an Adelaide first, the village will open on May 14 and run until September 5.
Travel the world in your lunchbreak at the new-look Myer Centre Food Court.
There is no doubt about it, almost everyone wants to appear younger than they are. Radiant, fresh skin is something not only women, but also men, strive for. Ageing may be inevitable but there are two key ingredients that may help you to remain fresh-faced well into your later years.
There are over 80 cellar door experiences in the Barossa, with wine made from some of the oldest vines in the world. But the internationally-acclaimed wine region is about more than just grapevines. There’s also some of the best food experiences and luxury stays right on your doorstep.
World-class wine, a plethora of gourmet restaurants serving up fresh, local produce, decadent and boutique accommodation options to suit every traveller, plus 30 kilometres of pristine coastline just waiting to be discovered in The McLaren Vale.
The quaint townships of the breathtaking Adelaide Hills are brimming with cultural discoveries, award-winning wineries (many specialising in cool-climate varieties) and artisan eateries. If you’re a gin lover, you’ll also want to visit some of the region’s most popular distilleries.
Influencer and dating and social development coach Sarah Jeavons road tested a revolutionary non-invasive ‘facelift’ at BalaBala Laser Clinic. Here’s what she thought.
’Charcuterie’ technically means a selection of fine meats, but most entertainers also add artisan cheeses, crackers, nuts and other produce to add visual interest and, of course, to build on the flavour. Unley Shopping Centre has everything you need to create the perfect platter for your next event.
Down to Earth Tours offer six walking tours, each showcasing specific parts of South Australia’s culture and history.
Changing weather can be a shock for our skin. Whether it’s the cool winter air or the scorching and humid change to summer, skin rejuvenation could be the secret to maintaining healthy and youthful looking skin. We spoke to Burnside Cosmetic about two innovative treatments to help prep your skin for any season.
The Marion Hotel caters for so many occasions. Catch up for a delicious meal with friends in the garden, watch the AFL and have a game of billiards in The Shed, wine and dine in the dining room or stay the night in one of the industrial chic hotel rooms.
Fashion takes a cosy turn with warm knits, structured coats and wide-leg pants that mean business.
A community tradition since 1957, the Barossa Festival has become embedded in the local culture, bringing the streets of the region to life each and every year.
Supporting local producers, performers and farmers, and showcasing everything the region has to offer with a program of over 50 activities, this five-day long event is one not to miss.
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