Whilst some Australia Day events were greeted with “invasion day” protests in the major cities (including a peaceful one in Adelaide), here in Glenelg we welcomed the newest Australians into the community and honoured the achievements of local residents in a ceremony that celebrated the modern multi-cultural Australia. On 26 January 1788 the “First Fleet” carrying
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Graceful curves of the sculpture at Glenelg North beach, reminiscent of waves or seahorse curls, selected from the annual Brighton Jetty Classic sculpture exhibition. The exhibition contains works from over 100 artists displayed on the Brighton foreshore, with some purchased by the City of Holdfast Bay council for permanent display. The exhibition runs from 25 January to
South Australia’s 180th Proclamation Day, 28 December 2016 Modern Australia is a young country with much of its heritage imported from Great Britain or, more recently, the rest of Europe.