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Interactive Ring Design with Class A Jewellers

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Choosing an engagement ring can be quite daunting, even for confident couples. There are so many different styles, sizes and types of gemstones (and of course, budgets!). Add to that, the anxiety of walking into a jewellery store with the locked cabinets and salesperson watching over your every move – it’s a pretty intimidating experience. […]

The Colonist: Man Behind the Menu

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He’s experimental, creative and pours emotion into every menu. We visit eastern suburbs favourite, The Colonist, to find out what head chef Dean Lennerth is dishing up this autumn. You’ve previously said that a lot of your dishes represent your emotions – can you elaborate on certain dishes on the menu and what they mean to […]

The Perfect Potted Kitchen-Garden

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Autumn is the perfect time for gardening and the perfect time to get some of your favourite herbs and greens together to create a potted kitchen-garden. It’s a delight to pick your own fresh greens and herbs for winter soups and stews. Potted kitchen-gardens are great for small spaces, apartment gardens and balconies and best […]

What is Floatation Therapy?

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it’s one of the more unique and mysterious forms of therapy, and it has everyone curious. We head to Blue Lagoon float and Spa to chat with owners, Rocky and Tina Trimarchi, on all things ‘floatation’. Photos, Kirsty Burns What is floatation therapy? Floatation therapy involves lying in a state-of-the-art Dream Pod, (the only one […]

Gather Your Girls for Oaks Ladies Day

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It’s time to gather your gal pals and celebrate the women in your life with Oaks Ladies Day on May 4 at Morphettville Racecourse.  With luncheon packages that showcase the best of South Australian produce to party-style packages complete with djs and dancing, there’s something for everyone. Before you start planning your all-important outfit, take […]

Meet the Stylists

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Talking all things hair, aid-work and becoming Salisbury Citizen of the Year, we get up-close and personal with Marcela Lastra – owner and creative director of Longko Salon. “I moved to Australia from South America when I was just four. My parents’ expectation was that I would go on to University – they had moved […]

Barossa Laneway Festival

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Just when you think South Australia couldn’t churn out any more fantastic events, the Laneway Brunch Series rears its delectable head and captures our eyes… and our taste buds! So reshuffle your social calendar this April, this is one event you won’t want to miss.  Words: Tom Cumming Debuting as part of the Barossa Vintage […]

The Haunted (Public) House

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It’s a tale that’s never properly been told. The history of Mitcham’s popular Edinburgh Hotel & Cellars, with its ghost stories, Victorian tales and 150-year heritage.   The hotel is an iconic landmark in the heart of Adelaide’s inner south. Tucked away amid Mitcham’s picturesque tree-lined streets, the original shopfronts of neighbouring buildings hanker to […]

10 Cult Beauty Buys

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This Friday, Mecca will launch their 100th store right here in Adelaide! Situated in Rundle Mall, the concept store is a completely new look for the retailer and combines everything beauty junkies love from both Mecca Maxima and Mecca Cosmetica. Complete with a dedicated perfumery, beauty lab and trove full of global products! To celebrate […]