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Latin Dance Classes and Double Pass to the Salsa Expo - 12 ($25) or 24 Classes ($39) at La Bomba (Up to $450 Value)

Learn how to move and shake in your choice of dance style and attend a full day ...


All-You-Can-Eat Greek for Two ($49) or Four People ($95) at Zoes Restaurant & Takeaway, Hyde Park (Up to $349 Value)

Chow down on a meat and seafood platter with prawn, lamb and chicken shaslik, sa...


10-Course Japanese Degustation with Wine for One ($49) or Two ($95) at Tomiko Japanese Steak House (Up to $179 Value)

There’s no need to pick between your favourites with a 10-course set menu ...


$39 Cut, Treatment and Blow-Dry, $59 with Half-Head Foils or $99 with Ombré Colour at Twisted Tamer (Up to $235 Value)

Locks leave this Glenelg Salon looking like new with a cut, nourishing treatment...


Indian Dinner with Wine for Two ($35) or Four People ($59) at Cafe Chennai, Prospect (Up to $219 Value)

Spice things up for dinner with dosa to start and your choice of curry with chic...


Two-Course Dinner with a Bottle of Wine for Two ($49) or Four People ($95) at The Snake Charmer (Up to $301 Value)

Treat yourself to a delicious Indian dinner; start with an entrée such as lamb ...


$24 for a Two-Hour Dry Winter Time-Card at the Beachouse, Glenelg (Up to $50 Value)

Enjoy unlimited fun this winter with the dodgem cars, mini golf, arcade games, p...


Microdermabrasion - One ($39), Two ($59) or Three Sessions ($89) at Twisted Tamer, Glenelg (Up to $240 Value)

Groupies can skip the seasonal shedding of their skin in favour of a less-intens...



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Senate hopeful seeks to make amends for connection to Valentine's Day murders

A Senate candidate for the Australian Anti-Paedophile Party convicted of being an accessory after the fact to two murders at a massage parlour prompts a group of voters to complain to the Australian Electoral Commission.

Anti-nuclear zombie dance protest flashmob hits Adelaide mall

Anti-nuclear campaigners dressed as "zombie mine workers" take their message to shoppers in Adelaide's busy Rundle Mall.

Children in state care often struggle at school, study confirms

A study of more than 1,600 children in state care highlights how they often struggle through schooling because of a lack of foundation skills in life.

Scorpions' Lauren Ebsary retires from one-day cricket

One of South Australia's most successful cricketers, Lauren Ebsary will retirement from domestic one-day cricket after a 16-year career.

Wanted: Female footy players to kickstart south-east sporting first

As the AFL prepares for the first national women's league next year, a south-east dad is hoping the growing interest surrounding the sport will help kick-start the region's first women's Aussie Rules league.

Adelaide's Memorial Drive tennis precinct promised $10m by Coalition

Adelaide's Memorial Drive Tennis Centre will get a $10 million revamp if the Coalition is re-elected in the federal election but the project will need state and local government funding.