Music in the square returns

The music of original artists resounded around Hindmarsh Square in Adelaide’s business district on Thursday lunchtime. This collaboration between Adelaide City Council and Music SA offers up and coming local musicians a platform for their creativity and provides entertainment for city workers. First up for the season, Diamond Skies’ tight harmonies floated over the square

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Love island

No not the cheesy TV reality show but Sziget Festival in Budapest, Hungary. Sziget must feature on any international festival goer’s bucket list. Billed as the island of freedom and love this seven day festival, held on a Danube island some 5 km from central Budapest, encompasses music (all genres), dance, art, circus, film, workshops,

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Suburbs of Sydney VIII: Cram and Scram

Brunch in Bondi The number 333 bus pulls into Bondi Junction. A quiet suburban ride now becomes a frantic crush as shoppers (the Junction is basically a Westfield shopping mall), sightseers, students and surfers cram on board- an almost endless human conga. This is September, just the first budding of spring. Imagine this journey at

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School’s out- the global climate strike

A VIEW FROM THE STREET Mass political activism came of age today. Thousands of school students and supporters of all ages and backgrounds took to the streets of Adelaide bringing the city centre to a standstill. On a day of global strikes for climate action inspired by Swedish schoolgirl Greta Thunberg, young Australians were in

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