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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

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) – 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

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

SA Liberals opt for ‘generational shift’ rather than conservative takeover at annual general meeting

Senior members of the South Australian Liberal Party say the organisation has avoided a bloodbath in the wake of the party’s election losses at a state and federal level earlier this year. Key points: The SA Liberal Party held its annual general meeting at the Hungarian Club Conservative former party candidate Rowan Mumford was elected president … Read more

Program for people with a disability shows what can happen when employment barriers are broken down

Ashley Harris has been very keen to enter the workforce but has faced many barriers along the way. Key points: People with a disability have a high rate of unemployment A program in Adelaide has put people with a disability into aged care traineeships They say it has given them new-found independence “I can find … Read more

Wendie-Sue Dent again sentenced to 25 years’ jail for murder of partner David Lawrence

A woman who killed her partner with a cocktail of prescription drugs to take his home and money has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the second time. Key points: Wendie-Sue Dent was found guilty in June of murdering her partner, after a retrial She has been sentenced to at least 25 years’ jail She received … Read more

Adelaide woman mourned after ‘unfair’ death in train hit while walking dog

Adelaide woman Becki Townsend Gun was such a local legend that two years ago a neighbour painted her portrait on a power pole. The work of art, which has remained untouched to this day, has new significance for the Clarence Park community after her death in “unfair” circumstances. WATCH IN THE VIDEO ABOVE: The heartfelt … Read more

Dial-A-Tow fined $600,000 over crushing death of former SANFL footballer Lee Ravlich

A tow truck company has been fined $600,000 over the crushing death of a former SANFL footballer in a workplace accident, while the manufacturer of the tilt tray mechanism that killed him has been fined $350,000. Key points: Former West Adelaide footballer Lee Ravlich was killed when he was crushed between a tow truck tray and a … Read more

Review: Antidote at the Sydney Opera House raises more questions than it answers but it will make you hungry for change

Antidote at the Sydney Opera House is marketed as a ‘festival of ideas, art and change’ and the 2022 line-up presented a diverse and intriguing list of topics from climate change to the war in Ukraine. Over the last few years, it feels as if the stability we have so long expected and taken for … Read more