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The large, three-storey historic stone building at 221-223 St. Vincent Street in Port Adelaide is one of the last vestiges of a business once integral to South Australia’s maritime commerce.
Historical Subject | By James Hunter, History Trust of South Australia | 1850s, 1860s, 1870s, 1880s, 1890s, 1900-1910, 1910s, 1920s
Wool has been a mainstay of the agricultural and pastoral sectors locally and internationally
Historical Subject | By Roger André
Yarn bombing has been in Adelaide since about 2008, and takes many forms, from small solo pieces to large, community-driven installations.
Historical Subject | By Corinne Ball, Migration Museum | early twenty–first century
African and Asian Zambians have resettled in Australia since 1973 when the White Australia Policy was abolished.
Historical Subject | By Migration Museum | late twentieth century
African and Asian Zimbabweans were not permitted to resettle in Australia until after 1973 when the 1901 Immigration Restriction Act, better known as the White Australia Policy, was abolished
The focus of zoos has moved from simple displays to conservation and thematic ecosystems
Historical Subject | By David S Jones
A Fijian presence in Australia has been evident since the late nineteenth century.
On-the-job experience was the only training for the earliest nurses, but the profession is now part of the higher education sector
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My husband and I lost $1.1m worth of Bitcoins and USDT to a fake cryptocurrency investment...
Is this the same Edward Opie that did lithographs of Adelaide (famous one 1841)? Was he an artist?
Germans in South Australia
Polish in South Australia