The first thing you notice as you drive into Dunkeld, a tiny former timber town sitting astride the Glenelg Highway in Victoria’s southern Grampians, is how much it feels like you’re suddenly entering an episode of Twin Peaks.
The Federal government has recently announced six potential sites for a low-level nuclear waste repository: Sallys Flat in New South Wales, Hale in the Northern Territory, Cortlinye, Pinkawillinie and Barndioota in South Australia and Oman Ama in Queensland.
The French authorities have named one of the attackers who terrorised Paris on November 13 as Omar Ismail Mostefai, a French national who was reportedly known to the security services as having been radicalised as long ago as 2010.
The Reclaim the Night rally is returning for its 36th year in Adelaide on Friday, November 13 aiming to unite women from diverse backgrounds and experiences to stand together in addressing issues of violence against women and children.
Lord Mayor Martin Haese admits he is an unlikely climate convert but the former General Manager of the Rundle Mall Authority says the City of Adelaide’s quest to become the world’s first carbon neutral city is an “enormous opportunity”.
He may be approaching 80, but David Suzuki’s far from slowing down. If anything, the Canadian environmentalist has only grown fiercer, more outspoken and more determined to tip from power those who ignore global climate change.
Durkhanai Ayubi returned to Adelaide two years ago to join the family business, Parwana, and is helping it grow into one of the most successful local culinary tales of the past five years. But there is more to Ayubi than Parwana.