A volunteer at the Magill RSL was in the crosshairs of prosecutors in 1947 for an offence that, these days, we would see as innocuous on a Friday night.
Sunday, August 29, 2021
Tuesday, August 17, 2021
Monday, August 9, 2021
|Photo: The Advertiser|
Adelaide East Herald
The future of the historic Ayers House and museum is under threat.
On 10th June 2021, an eviction notice from the Minister for Environment and Water and his Departmental Head was hand-delivered to the National Trust of SA demanding that it vacate the property within 31 days.
Following difficult negotiations, the eviction deadline was extended to September.
This is an unprecedented and unwarranted attack on the fifty-year stewardship of Ayers House by the National Trust, a body which, for 65 years, has nurtured and safeguarded much of South Australia's built and natural heritage.
Last 30 Days' Most Popular Posts
Sydney's Menzies Hotel was opened on 17th October 1963, by Premier R.J. Heffron and named after Sir Archibald Menzies, a pioneer in...
There's something for everyone here! Ideally located between Bendigo and Melbourne, the Castlemaine, Maldon and surrounding towns have ...
Explorers; Hume and Hovell, passed through the region around Gundagai, ancient home of the Wiradjuri people , in November 1824 and by t...
It was as a child in the Albury district that cartoonist Ken Maynard came to love the Ettamogah countryside, and he later immortalised ...
The peaceful rural landscape of South Australia's Yorke Peninsula was a long way from the battlefields of the First World War, but legen...
Finding Stillness in Vietnam with Mindful Experiences in Sacred & Cultural Sites A holistic resort in Da Nang is taking wellbeing out of...