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17 October 2022

OPINION: Adventures in Truss-land

Dr Rob Manwaring, Flinders University | Not too long ago, Australia became something of a global joke in terms...

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17 October 2022

Young lawyer on her way thanks to scholarship

PICTURED: Samantha Thomas with sister Emma at their graduation. A desire to help people led Samantha Thomas to a...

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23 September 2022

OPINION: First Nations Voice to SA Parliament a vital step

By Dale Agius, South Australia’s Commissioner for First Nations Voice | The historic 2017 Uluru Statement from the Heart...

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23 September 2022

Real-life experience leads to art award for Allison

When Allison Chhorn’s parents had to sell their fruit and vegetable farm a few years ago, she felt they...

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23 September 2022

Temaana already a high achiever at just 18

He’s just 18 but that hasn’t stopped Temaana Sanderson-Bromley from achieving in art, sport and business. The Seaton High...

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31 August 2022

Youngest ever winner of OUR MOB prize

Meet Temaana Sanderson-Bromley, the youngest person to ever win the Don Dunstan Foundation OUR MOB Emerging Artist Prize. The...

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28 March 2022

OPINION: Don Dunstan the environmentalist

By Mike Rann, Chair, Climate Group Global and UK Boards | Sometimes people say that while Don Dunstan championed...

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3 March 2022

OPINION: Early learning reform is vital for gender equality

By Jay Weatherill, CEO of Thrive by Five | Australia’s current early learning system is bad for children, bad...

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20 September 2021

OUR MOB 2021 Emerging Artist Prize Winner Announced

Kaurna, Narungga artist Jay Milera was announced the winner of the $5,000 Don Dunstan Foundation OUR MOB Emerging Artist...

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31 March 2021

Adelaide Zero Project Impact Report released

Four years after developing a ground-breaking programme with a coalition of partners to reduce rough sleeping in Adelaide’s inner...

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