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How You Can Help Australia Get Back On Its Feet

As Australia goes through different phases of recovery, and as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to leave traces of uncertainty, Aussies are starting to scratch that travel itch, from dreaming, to planning, to actually packing their bags and sneaking in a quick (and safe) getaway. Expedia data reveals the appetite for travel continues to rise, with search results indicating Aussies are wasting no time in researching where they want to escape to. But the big question remains top of mind: where can ...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Sydney, Adelaide, Travel Tips, Expedia, Aussies, Explore, Port Stephens, Kangaroo Valley, Noosa Farmers Market, Blackall Range, Adelaide Central Market, McLaren Vale Enjoy, Barossa House, Maggie Beer 's Farm Shop Escape


The room of the dead: how a museum became a halfway house for bones and spirits

Overwhelming on a human scale, the Indigenous remains held at the South Australian Museum speak to a terrible stain on Adelaide’s past. But justice is comingWARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are warned that the following article contains descriptions of deceased Indigenous persons.An unnerving echo cracks the silence as the key turns the tumblers inside the heavy lock – a brassy, rasping click, click – before the door opens on to a pitch-black temporary ossuary for thousands...
Tags: Adelaide, Indigenous Australians, Torres Strait Islander, South Australian Museum


Georgia & Josh’s Urban Adelaide Engagement Session

Georgia & Josh As we bid farewell to The City Issue, we had to come one last time to our love of all things urban. And today that comes in the form of this relaxed, this romantic and this beautiful Adelaide city engagement captured by Will & Co Photography. It starts at home, the couple making pancakes together, just as they’ve done many times before. “The style really appealed to us as we spend most of our downtime at home and as such wanted our photos to reflect who we are in an environment th...
Tags: Georgia, Wedding, Adelaide, Josh, Engagements, Bride, Australia - South Australia, The City Issue, Georgia Josh


Coronavirus Australia live updates: more than 10,000 in Victoria refuse testing as state records 66 new Covid-19 cases

Victorian health minister says more than 10,000 people have refused to be tested for Covid-19. Follow livePeople released from Melbourne hotel quarantine test positive Victoria records 77 new cases as cluster emerges in Melbourne’s northEverything we know about Victoria’s clustersFollow the global coronavirus live blogDownload the Guardian app to get the most important news notifications 7.19am BST A second Black Lives Matter protest will be staged in Adelaide this weekend with organisers ca...
Tags: Health, Australia, Australia news, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Adelaide, Victoria, Melbourne, Morrison, ATO, BST Labor, Coronavirus outbreak


What Is Complexity Science?

As I caught up this morning on the posts in my new Startup Community community (over 1,000 people have already joined – that was a pleasant surprise – ) I noticed one from a member from a founder in Adelaide. It was in response to a prompt from Tom Higley to kick off the Complex Systems topic discussion. The response (one of many) was: The video is an excellent short description of Complexity Science with an example of adopting a complexity science mindset to the problem o...
Tags: US, Trends, Complexity, Adelaide, Boulder, Feld, Startup Community, Kimbal Musk, Startup Communities, Complex Systems, Tom Higley, Hugo Matheson


Antidepressants linked to increased suicide and self-harm in teens

Australian researchers note a link between rising antidepressant usage and rising suicide rates in youth. Their research pushes back on psychiatry talking points that SSRIs decrease suicide risk. The top method for self-harm and suicide in younger age groups is overdosing antidepressants. In 1947, Dr Howard Rusk published an article in the NY Times. The doctor is advocating for better public education on issues of mental health. Considered to be the founder of rehabilitation medicine, Rusk was...
Tags: Psychology, Australia, Youth, US, America, Mental Health, Depression, Psychiatry, Medical Research, Innovation, New South Wales, Adelaide, Fda, OECD, Perth, Derek


Mark Taylor raises prospect of Boxing Day Test being moved

Adelaide and Perth may be able to host larger crowds than Melbourne
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Adelaide, Perth, Mark Taylor


ABC’s ‘Aftertaste’ Gives Foretaste of Post-Virus Risk Assessment Tool

Pre-production has started on “Aftertaste,” an Australian comedy drama series starring Erik Thompson as a celebrity chef who has fallen from grace. The show is the first to have made use of a production risk assessment tool for the post-coronavirus era. A Closer Productions show, “Aftertaste” will shoot in Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills, with […]
Tags: Asia, News, Abc, Global, Production, Adelaide, South Australia, Adelaide Hills, Coronavirus, Aftertaste, Erik Thompson


Australia coronavirus latest updates: Coalition plans welfare overhaul as Victoria grapples with mystery cases – live news

As coronavirus throws hundreds of thousands more people out of work, Scott Morrison is working out how to reshape Australia’s welfare system. Follow live 11.22pm BST Jetstar has announced cut-price airfares and Qantas will give frequent flyers extra points to get Australians flying as coronavirus restrictions ease.Jetstar is offering 10,000 one-way fares for $19 on 22 routes, including Melbourne to Sydney, Sydney to Gold Coast, Melbourne to Ballina, Brisbane to Whitsunday Coast and Adelaide ...
Tags: Health, Business, Australia, Australia news, Coalition, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Adelaide, Qantas, Victoria, Labor party, Melbourne, Tasmania, Scott Morrison, South Australia


Australia police investigate video of officers arresting Aboriginal man

Officers are accused of using excessive force to arrest the man in an Adelaide suburb.
Tags: News, Australia, Adelaide


Coronavirus Australia update: NSW reports zero community transmission as Queensland border challenge hits snag – politics live

Three new cases of Covid-19 reported were all from overseas travellers and are in quarantine; Queensland high court calls requests from lawyers to access border closure documents ‘a fishing expedition’. Follow live updatesQueensland high court refuses application for border closure documentsNo reported community transmission in NSWSign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus emailDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notifications 5.34am BST Jason Clare to Josh ...
Tags: Health, Business, Australia, Australia news, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Adelaide, Victoria, Tasmania, Scott Morrison, South Australia, Western Australia, Australian economy, Josh Frydenberg, Jason Clare


'I can't breathe': Australia's Black Lives Matter protests – in pictures

Tens of thousands of Australians have rallied in state capital cities and towns to march against Indigenous deaths in custody and the killing of unarmed US man George Floyd. The Sydney protest was ruled unlawful under Covid-19 restrictions by the New South Wales supreme court on Friday before being overturned by the court of appeal minutes before the protest was due to startBlack Lives Matter protests: Sydney rally given green light as court ruling overturned Continue reading...
Tags: Australia, US, World news, Australia news, New South Wales, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Indigenous Australians, Melbourne, Black Lives Matter Movement, COVID, George Floyd


Black Lives Matter rallies start in Australia amid court ban

The first of several Black Lives Matter protests across Australia on Saturday got underway against a backdrop of possible clashes between demonstrators and police in Sydney, after a court sided with police that the gathering posed too much risk for spreading the coronavirus. The first gathering in the southern city of Adelaide was held to honor George Floyd and to protest against the deaths of indigenous Australians in custody. Floyd, a black man, died in handcuffs while a Minneapolis police o...
Tags: News, Minneapolis, Australia, Sydney, Adelaide, Floyd, George Floyd


Coronavirus live update Australia: NSW police could arrest Black Lives Matter protesters in groups over 500 – latest news

Planned protests at a time of social distancing draw criticism, including from Scott Morrison, as Melbourne school student tests positiveThree new cases in Victoria, including studentPM asked about rallies in time of distancing‘Shocking’: Lancet retracts paper that halted hydroxychloroquine trialsFollow the global coronavirus live blogDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notifications 4.19am BST Meanwhile, the South Australian police commissioner, Grant Stevens, has ...
Tags: Health, Facebook, Australia, Australia news, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Adelaide, New South Wales politics, Victoria, Melbourne, Scott Morrison, Stevens, Grant Stevens, Fuller, Coronavirus outbreak


Zoos Make Birthday Cakes From Bugs, Bamboo, Melons, and More

Henry the Aldabra tortoise turned 60 with a massive fruit-and-veggie confection. AtlasObscura reports on the wonderful way zoo animals celebrate their birthdays: Last summer, for the 50th birthday of Nenette the Bornean orangutan, one of the oldest in captivity, her keepers at Jardin des Plantes zoo in Paris presented her with a strawberry layer cake crowned with tropical fruit. Adelaide, a short-beaked echidna at Illinois’ Brookfield Zoo, also got a cake when she turned 50 last spring, al...
Tags: Pets, Pennsylvania, Paris, Adelaide, Illinois, So Cute, Henry, Brookfield Zoo, Lisa Riley, TheStarryEye Astrologer, Newsmakers, Jardin des Plantes, University of Winchester, Reptiland, Henry the Aldabra, Clyde Peeling 's Reptiland


The death of Ann Marie Smith: a shocking case of neglect, or a failure of the system?

Questions are being asked about the role of the NDIS watchdog as anger mounts over the death of the Adelaide womanThe police say when Ann Marie Smith was finally taken to hospital, her flesh was rotting. She was also malnourished.Doctors at the Royal Adelaide Hospital sought to treat the severe pressure sores on her body. According to detectives, Smith had been sitting in the same woven cane chair for more than a year. Continue reading...
Tags: Health, Australia news, Welfare, Adelaide, Smith, South Australia, National disability insurance scheme, NDIS, Royal Adelaide Hospital, Ann Marie Smith


Adelaide to host India for pink-ball Test in December

Australia's Test season is likely to start at the WACA when they play Afghanistan for the first time in Test cricket
Tags: Australia, India, Sport, Afghanistan, Cricket, Adelaide


Morning mail: Moore-Gilbert's family deny torture, Adelaide carer sacked, new dinosaur unearthed

Monday: Family of Kylie Moore-Gilbert deny reports she was tortured in an Iranian prison. Plus, rare long-necked dinosaur found in VictoriaGood morning, this is Emilie Gramenz bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Monday 18 May. Continue reading...
Tags: Adelaide, Kylie Moore Gilbert, Moore Gilbert, Emilie Gramenz


Coronavirus live Australia: 1m tests conducted nationally as restrictions eased in NSW, Queensland and Victoria – latest news

Queensland Health announces it will move some residents from nursing home where staff member tested positive. Follow liveDeputy chief medical officer announces Australia has done 1m Covid-19 testsSign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus emailDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notificationsCoronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statistics 7.31am BST NSW Labor has criticised the Berejiklian government for taking too long to announce relief m...
Tags: Health, Australia, Australia news, Queensland, New South Wales, Adelaide, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Western Australia, Northern Territory, Queensland Health, BST NSW Labor, Coronavirus outbreak


Great Books - A reading project that gives back

Like many people during the lockdown I was challenged to list ten books that I loved. Pft! That's like asking Giacomo Casanova to list the loves of his life! :p I listed the books that changed my life and one of the first of them was the Vol.8 of "The Book of Knowledge", the set of encyclopedias that we had at home when I was in primary school. (Wierd, I know) However it got me thinking about the Great Books of the Western World which I lusted after for years. A night's Googling (that was fun) ...
Tags: Books, Reading Recommendations, Adelaide, University of Adelaide, LibriVox, Giacomo Casanova, Google Sites


Updated recipe for ABC News Australia

Hi, A fellow named Vikas emailed me about the previous recipe which had apparently stopped working. I've rewritten the recipe so it works again with the latest version of the website. Code: #!/usr/bin/env python2 # vim:fileencoding=utf-8 from __future__ import unicode_literals, division, absolute_import, print_function __license__ = 'GPL v3' __copyright__ = '2020, Pat Stapleton ' ''' Recipe for ABC News Australia (online) ''' from calibre.web.feeds.news import BasicNewsRecipe ...
Tags: Books, Abc, Australia, Sydney, Recipes, Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne, Hobart, Canberra, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Abc News, Perth, Darwin, ABC News Australia, Vikas


'Mother Nature Putting on a Show': Strong Winds Send Waves Over Cliffs in Western Australia

Damaging winds whipped up massive swells off the southern coast of Western Australia, with waves seen bursting above the sea cliffs near Albany on May 6.Abnormally high tides and dangerous surf conditions were forecast for most of the state’s south coast by the Bureau of Meteorology. Wind gusts as powerful as 76 km/h were observed in Albany on the Wednesday.The wild weather was wrought on the state by a cold front, which was predicted to move east into South Australia, bringing damaging winds an...
Tags: Science, News, Adelaide, South Australia, Western Australia, Albany, Bureau of Meteorology Wind, Tordirrup National Park


Christian O’Connell goes national in Australia

Christian O’Connell is to host a new daily national night show from April 27th Australian Radio Network’s Pure Gold Network. Christian left the UK almost two years ago for Breakfast on Melbourne’s GOLD104.3 – a show he will continue. The Christian O’Connell Show will air weekdays from 7pm to 8pm on WSFM Sydney, GOLD104.3 Melbourne, 97.3FM Brisbane, MIX102.3 Adelaide and 96 FM stations Perth. “I’m so lucky to be able to continue to build a new radio show here in Australia,” said Christian. “It...
Tags: UK, Top, Australia, People, Radio, Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, O'Connell, Christian O Connell, Radio Network 's Pure Gold Network Christian, WSFM Sydney GOLD104


Australia coronavirus lockdown: Kangaroo hops through empty Adelaide streets

South Australia Police have spotted a kangaroo on the empty city streets during coronavirus lockdown.
Tags: News, Australia, Adelaide, South Australia Police


Coronavirus Australia latest: at a glance

A summary of the major developments in the coronavirus outbreak across AustraliaGood evening, and welcome to our daily roundup of the latest developments on the coronavirus pandemic in Australia. This is Naaman Zhou bringing you the main stories on Tuesday 14 April. Continue reading...
Tags: Australia, Australia news, Adelaide, Victoria, Tasmania, Scott Morrison, Virgin Australia, Western Australia, Gladys Berejiklian, Naaman Zhou, Coronavirus outbreak


Australia coronavirus live update: education minister orders independent schools to reopen – latest news

Dan Tehan wants all schools to provide in-person teaching to children whose parents want it. Follow liveFollow our global coronavirus live updatesSign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus emailDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notificationsAm I eligible for the jobkeeper payment? Here’s everything you need to know to registerCoronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statistics 5.10am BST Bill Shorten spoke to Adelaide radio 5AA this morning (...
Tags: Health, Business, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Queensland, New South Wales, Adelaide, Bill Shorten, Victoria, Melbourne, Tasmania, Canberra, Scott Morrison, South Australia, Australian education


Myriota raises $19.3 million to expand its IoT satellite constellation

Internet of things satellite connectivity startup Myriota has raises a $19.3 million Series B funding round, led by Hostplus and Main Sequence Ventures, with additional funding from Boeing, former Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull, Singtel Innov8 and others. The company has now raised $37 million in Funding, and has four satellites on orbit already, with a plan to expand that to 25 by 2022 with the help of this new funding. Myriota provides low-cost, power efficient direct satellite connectivity...
Tags: Startups, TC, Internet Of Things, Space, Technology, Singapore, Articles, Tech, Canada, United States, Antarctica, Satellite, Adelaide, Norway, Aerospace, Boeing


Covid 19 coronavirus: SkyCity axes 200 jobs

SkyCity is slashing about 200 jobs in New Zealand with immediate effect, as it attempts to reduce costs.The casino giant has also stood down about 90 per cent of its Australian workforce at its Adelaide riverside property.The... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, New Zealand, Adelaide


Coronavirus Australia latest: at a glance

A summary of the major developments in the coronavirus outbreak across AustraliaGood evening, and welcome to our daily roundup of the latest developments on the coronavirus pandemic in Australia. This is Melissa Davey bringing you the main stories on Wednesday 1 April. Continue reading...
Tags: Health, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Adelaide, Victoria, South Australia, Peter Dutton, Melissa Davey, Coronavirus outbreak


Cosmic Sin: Frank Grillo, Luke Wilson, Adelaide Kane & More Join Bruce Willis Film

Cosmic Sin: Frank Grillo, Luke Wilson, Adelaide Kane & More Join Bruce Willis Film Deadline is reporting that Frank Grillo (Captain America), Luke Wilson (Zombieland: Double Tap), and Adelaide Kane (The Purge) have joined Bruce Willis in the sci-fi action movie Cosmic Sin. RELATED: Exclusive The Legion Trailer Starring Mickey Rourke & Bai Ling Cosmic Sin will follow the story of a group of warriors and scientists who must fight to protect and save their race when a hostile alien species with ...
Tags: Movies, Adelaide, Luke Wilson, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Riverdale, David Robert Mitchell, Frank Grillo, Movie News, Saban Films, Adelaide Kane, Corey Large, Johnny Messner, Cosmic Sin, Edward Drake, Samara Weaving Chases Daniel Radcliffe