SA Premier says Australian government has ‘reassured’ him nuclear submarines will be built in Adelaide

SA Premier says Australian government has ‘reassured’ him nuclear submarines will be built in Adelaide

South Australia’s Premier says the federal government has “reassured” him that Australia’s fleet of nuclear-powered submarines will be built in Adelaide. Key points: The federal government has previously said Australia’s new submarines would be built in Adelaide A report said building them in the US could see them delivered quicker South Australia’s Premier says he has … Read more

TTC installs pole in the middle of a bike lane and people are furious

TTC installs pole in the middle of a bike lane and people are furious

Toronto isn’t known to be a particularly bike-friendly city — quite the opposite, actually — and it doesn’t seem to be working too hard to remedy that reputation.  Exhibit A: a metal pole has been installed smack in the middle of a downtown bike lane.  A light standard was installed over night in the middle of the bike … Read more

Experts research indirect impacts on children’s development due to COVID-19

Experts research indirect impacts on children’s development due to COVID-19

When COVID-19 shut down playgroups, Rhaikit Thintuep remembers how worried she was about the learning development of her two children. Key points: Research into the indirect effects of COVID in children is underway Impacts on children’s development are already being detected Playgroup programs will have a greater focus on language  She regularly brings her three-year-old, Glory, … Read more

Court document filed by ATO whistleblower as part of immunity application details ‘bad culture’ at department

Court document filed by ATO whistleblower as part of immunity application details ‘bad culture’ at department

Debt recovery tactics at the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) were so oppressive that a senior Adelaide staff member complained they were “sick of taxpayers threatening suicide”, according to court documents filed by whistleblower Richard Boyle. Key points: Richard Boyle went public with complaints about unethical debt recovery techniques at the ATO in 2018 He has … Read more

Review: Milk Crate Theatre’s DUST is a collaborative work in reframing lockdown

Review: Milk Crate Theatre’s DUST is a collaborative work in reframing lockdown

For over 20 years, Milk Crate Theatre have engaged with disadvantaged people, devising works which challenge norms of performance. Developed over the 2020 and 2021 lockdowns, DUST was conceived over a number of zoom sessions before being fleshed-out in the person earlier this year. Drawing on themes of isolation and enforced reflection, the story centres … Read more

Chicken salt inventor Peter Brinkworth the main ingredient in a short film with a sprinkle of glamour

Chicken salt inventor Peter Brinkworth the main ingredient in a short film with a sprinkle of glamour

An Australian icon, chicken salt is a must-have on hot chips at the footy or on the beach and now its creator’s story is being told.  Peter Brinkworth, the 81-year-old inventor of chicken salt says he is still surprised to realise the tasty condiment is recognised around the world these days, but he remains true to … Read more

SA Police look for body of Geoffrey McLean in Andrews Farm wetlands

SA Police look for body of Geoffrey McLean in Andrews Farm wetlands

SA Police are searching wetlands in Adelaide’s northern suburbs for the body of a man who went missing last month, saying they cannot rule out that he may have died because of “foul play”. Key points: Geoffrey McLean was last seen on August 18 A witness said he left his home early the next morning to … Read more

Photo Gallery: The Hoodoo Gurus + The Dandy Warhols + The Buoys – The Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (15.09.22)

Photo Gallery: The Hoodoo Gurus + The Dandy Warhols + The Buoys – The Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (15.09.22)

Photo Gallery: The Hoodoo Gurus + The Dandy Warhols + The Buoys – The Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (15.09.22) – The AU Review Bruce Baker September 19, 2022 Comments Off on Photo Gallery: The Hoodoo Gurus + The Dandy Warhols + The Buoys – The Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (15.09.22) The Hoodoo Gurus brought their … Read more

Call for more research into childhood dementia, a disease that kills almost as many kids as cancer

Call for more research into childhood dementia, a disease that kills almost as many kids as cancer

When Adelaide mother Renee Staska found out her youngest son had a rare genetic disorder, she decided to have her other two children tested for peace of mind.  Key points: About 90 children die in Australia every year from childhood dementia Childhood dementia receives 20 times less government funding for research than childhood cancer Most children … Read more

Lawn sign draws buyers to King West townhouse

Lawn sign draws buyers to King West townhouse

Jordan Prussky Photography 140 Bathurst St., TH 9, Toronto Asking price: $1,379,900 (Late June, 2022) Previous asking price: $1,398,000 (Early June) Selling price: $1,365,000 (July, 2022) Previous selling prices: $1,025,000 (December, 2018); $700,000 (July, 2016); $377,000 (January, 2007); $260,000 (August, 2001); $248,755 (January, 2001) Taxes: $3,608 (2022) Days on the market: 21 Listing agent: Christopher … Read more