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‘Our State’ is a half-hour, weekly radio segment airing 1:30pm ACST each Monday on Adelaide's FiveAA.The program focuses on uncovering and sharing important subjects: the interesting, the significant, the future, the unknown and the things that are happening, right now, in South Australia. Each week, a wide range of guests discuss achievements, initiatives and events which highlight South Australia’s priorities.
 
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Thank you for listening to this track produced by the Art Gallery of South Australia.Join Rhana Devenport, Director, as she discusses Pumpkin (M) by Yayoi Kusama in Gallery 17.For more information visit agsa.sa.gov.auPhoto: Nat Rogersעל ידי AGSA
 
Hear about the journey of Sara Horstmann and Dino Vrynios, owners of Das Studio as they grew from husband and wife duo, to a team of 17 creatives. Das Studio are an Adelaide based Architecture, Interior and Landscape Design practice delivering a wide range of projects in the SA education, health, tourism, hospitality and commercial industries.…
 
The Teys Australia Naracoorte plant has temporarily closed its doors, Australian researchers have made a breakthrough in breeding disease resistant wheat varieties for septoria nodorum and a new shop front, processing plant and tourism centre on Kangaroo Island will aim to teach tourists, and even locals, more about the important wool industry on t…
 
Thank you for listening to this track produced by the Art Gallery of South Australia.Join Nici Cumpston OAM, Artistic Director of Tarnanthi to learn more about the work of Barkindji artist Kent Morris.For more information visit agsa.sa.gov.auImage: installation view: Tarnanthi 2021, featuring Barkindji Blue Sky-Ancestral Connections #10 by Kent Mor…
 
Australia's peak farm group is calling for the government to be more hands on in the supply of rapid antigen tests to agricultural workers, the chair of the Riverland fruit fly committee says increasing fines could help deter people from bringing illegal produce into SA and stock sales are being effected with feedlots unable to move livestock to me…
 
Assistant Director, Artistic Programs Dr Lisa Slade shares her insights on the prophetic power of art and artists in her lunchtime talk on Tarnanthi artist John Prince Siddon. Siddon’s work is highlighted in the recent review of Tarnanthi in the SMH by John McDonald.על ידי AGSA
 
It's the start of a long road to recovery for those affected by the Poolaijelo fire, which killed thousands of head of livestockIn Australia's opal capital, Coober Pedy the town's State emergency squad team is the only one in SA trained to rescue people from opal minesMore resources are being given to a team which monitor emerging animal diseases.…
 
Thousands of head of livestock and several farm structures were lost to a grassfire on New Year's EveAustralian Lobster fishers have had a tumultuous couple of years dealing with the pandemicA pest and disease trapping robot has been sent to the Adelaide Hills ready to warn the horticulture and viticulture industries of any threats.…
 
Cooperation across four states was better than expected to get staff and machinery moving back and forth for a difficult grain harvestThere's been a big win in the fight against fruit fly in South Australia, The bug has been eradicated in more than 170 suburbs across Adelaide, as well as in Berri, Cooltong and MonashSouthern Rock Lobster exporters …
 
You may have heard "Let's keep Christ in Christmas" and thought Xmas was somehow eliminating Christ?The truth is that Xmas has Christian origins and was used by Christians since the 4th century! "X" is the first letter of Christ in the Greek language and was used to recognize other Christians. Listen and learn from this message by Pastor Darryl Sto…
 
Across SA it's been a slow start to the Cherry picking season - the Millicent Cherry Farm are slowly getting fruit off the treesAn oyster grower from Coffin Bay has ventured into retail, opening a drive through seafood shop at Port WakefieldSouth Australia is often seen as wine country producing almost half of the nation's annual wine production...…
 
The latest supply chain shortage has wine makers concerned about a vital ingredient in the fermentation processA 'game changing,' world first technology to extend the life of raw milk, straight from the cow is being pitched as an exciting export opportunity for Australian dairy farmersAdelaide Hills cherry growers are madly selling cherries as the …
 
Thank you for listening to this track produced by the Art Gallery of South Australia.Join AGSA Vanguards Kathryn Ellison and Ella Di Stasio in conversation about the moving image work Think Evolution #1 by Aki Inomata.For more information visit agsa.sa.gov.auImage: Aki Inomata, Japan, born 1983, Think Evolution #1: Kiku-ishi (Ammonite), 2016-17, To…
 
Everyone is buzzing around at the moment getting ready for Christmas, no one more so than our vegetable farmers. Like many growers this is the busiest time of year for veggie growersThe lack of spring rain has seen confidence drop back again in the latest Rabobank Rural confidence survey. But the drop hasn't surprised those in the industry consider…
 
It's been a year since the sod was turned at Thomas Food's Murray Bridge meat processing plant. The facility being built north of Murray Bridge will replace the original facility that burnt down in January 2018 The Fleurieu Community Co-operative abattoir is formally preparing for the re-opening of the Strathalbyn processing facility after receivin…
 
Thank you for listening to this track produced by the Art Gallery of South Australia.Join us as Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs, Maria Zagala, discusses new acquisitions by performance artist Stelarc.For more information please visit agsa.sa.gov.auPhoto: Saul Steedעל ידי AGSA
 
With avocados selling below the cost of production, one farmer has come up with a social media campaign to drive sales A better price for prawns this Christmas will help with a shortfall of the catch for the prawn industry Australia's red meat industry's carbon emissions are down 53 per cent from 2005. The industry is working towards a target of ne…
 
Amanda Vanstone has been announced as the independent chair of a new Marine Scale Fishery Management Advisory Committee To combat the ongoing housing shortage, a meatworks in the South East has bought a motel for staff to live in The United States Department of Agriculture has made it possible for US cattle producers to have their beef certified as…
 
After being frustrated with the way farmers are represented in the wool industry, grower and woolclasser Monica Ley is launching a dedicated 'young wool group''Extremely disappointing' is how the Australian Trucking Association has described a roundtable meeting organised to address the critical Ad Blue shortageA new CSIRO study shows Australian ca…
 
This bushfire season, remember to be prepared, make a plan and stay informed. Hear from this week's Our State guests Country Fire Service Acting Director of Preparedness, Joel Taggart and Strategy and Compliance Officer, Phil McDonough, as they discuss what you can do to keep you and your loved ones safe.…
 
Tarnanthi’s Artistic Director Nici Cumpston is a curator, artist and educator of Barkindji, Afghan, English and Irish descent. She explains the ethos of Tarnanthi and gives an overview of this year’s festival in this interview with Raymond Zada. Music: Ngana Nyunyi by Tilly Tjala ThomasImage: Nici Cumpston OAM in front of Tjala tjukurpa - Honey ant…
 
Yorta Yorta/Wamba Wamba/Mutti Mutti/Boonwurrung artist Maree Clarke talks to Raymond Zada in one of a series of interviews with artists whose work features in Tarnanthi 2021. Clarke, who is celebrated for reviving Aboriginal art practices from south-eastern Australia, has a selection of large-scale and normal-size necklaces on display at the Art Ga…
 
Wunambal artist Angelina Karadada Boona talks to Raymond Zada in one of a series of interviews with artists whose work features in Tarnanthi 2021. A series of her paintings in ochre on paper, which contemporise the Kimberley tradition of Wandjina rock art painting, is on display at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Music: Ngana Nyunyi by Tilly Tj…
 
Trawlwoolway artist Julie Gough talks to Raymond Zada in one of a series of interviews with artists whose work features in Tarnanthi 2021. Her installation project Psychoscape positions her work in dialogue with Tasmanian colonial paintings and furniture from the Art Gallery of South Australia’s collection.Music: Ngana Nyunyi by Tilly Tjala ThomasP…
 
Gija artist Nathan Thomas talks to Raymond Zada in one of a series of interviews with artists whose work features in Tarnanthi 2021. His work, among a display of boab nuts engraved to look like birds, is at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Music: Ngana Nyunyi by Tilly Tjala Thomasעל ידי AGSA
 
Ngarrindjeri /Ngadjuri/Narungga/Wirangu artist Sonya Rankine talks to Raymond Zada in one of a series of interviews with artists whose work features in Tarnanthi 2021. Her works woven from natural materials are included in the display Keepers of Culture at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Music: Ngana Nyunyi by Tilly Tjala ThomasPhoto: Ben Searc…
 
Angkamuthi/Yadhaykana artist Teho Ropeyarn talks to Raymond Zada in one of a series of interviews with artists whose work features in Tarnanthi 2021. His large-scale works on paper are on display at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Music: Ngana Nyunyi by Tilly Tjala ThomasPhoto: Ben Searcyעל ידי AGSA
 
Balanggarra artist Karen Mills talks to Raymond Zada in one of a series of interviews with artists whose work features in Tarnanthi 2021. Her abstract paintings, which she has described as ‘lyrical landscapes of memory’, are on display at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Music: Ngana Nyunyi by Tilly Tjala ThomasPhoto: Sia Duff…
 
Ngarrindjeri artist Sandra Saunders talks to Raymond Zada in one of a series of interviews with artists whose work features in Tarnanthi 2021. Her seven-panel portrait painting is on display in the exhibition Drifting Sands at Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery in South Australia. Music: Ngana Nyunyi by Tilly Tjala Thomas…
 
Torres Strait Islander artist Gail Mabo talks to Raymond Zada in one of a series of interviews with artists whose work features in Tarnanthi 2021. Her sculptural installation Tagai is on display at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Music: Ngana Nyunyi by Tilly Tjala ThomasPhoto: Sia Duffעל ידי AGSA
 
Pitjantjatjara artist Sally Ann Wipana Foster talks to Raymond Zada in one of a series of interviews with artists whose work features in Tarnanthi 2021. Her painted work made from reclaimed car parts is in the display Mutaka (motorcar) at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Music: Ngana Nyunyi by Tilly Tjala ThomasImage: Ben Searcy…
 
One farmer takes their own life every 10 days, according to an Australian-first study of farmer suicide ratesTwo competing ag technologies are racing to deliver a solution to methane emissions from cattleSA Power Networks is reminding farmers to watch power lines while busy during harvest to prevent a serious incident.…
 
Just as God selected Mary to care for Jesus and to be the right mother, so He selected Joseph to be the right role model for Jesus growing up. When did you last hear a sermon extolling the character of Joseph the step father of Jesus?על ידי LivingWord
 
Thank you for listening to this track produced by the Art Gallery of South Australia.Join us as Gloria Strzelecki, Associate Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art, discusses the installation by Trawlwoolway artist Julie Gough, on display as part of Tarnnathi.For more information please visit agsa.sa.gov.auImage: Julie Gough, Trawlwoo…
 
A group of sailors from Kiribati have had a COVID-19 induced career change - becoming fruit pickers in the RiverlandThe Australian dairy industry has had one of its most profitable years in recent times, but it hasn't helped production, with the milk pool expected to stagnateThe prices for grain in SA off the header during harvest are a new record,…
 
The Country Hour is on the road this week, broadcasting four OBs from the Eyre Peninsula. Today we’re concluding the road trip with a special broadcast from the North East Pastoral Field DaysParaequestrian Noella Angel describes herself as having been born on the back of a horse. Her father - a lifelong rider - qualified for two Olympic teams, whil…
 
The Country Hour is on the road this week, broadcasting four OBs from the Eyre Peninsula. Today we are in CowellThe world is in a Champagne shortage and it's music to ears of local sparkling wine makers.There's major issues in Victoria's forestry sector - with Australia's largest producer of wooden pallets saying its days away from stopping product…
 
Thin Ice VR is a world-first virtual reality project, produced by award-winning studio Monkeystack and on display now at the South Australian Museum. Thin Ice VR offers an unrivalled immersive experience to follow in the footsteps of polar explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton and modern day adventurer Tim Jarvis that will leave viewers in no doubt about …
 
The Country Hour is on the road this week, broadcasting four OBs from the Eyre Peninsula. Today we are in Kimba, recently crowned Agricultural Town of the Year November was the worst month for processors' profit margins in about 20 years. That's according to Australian Meat Industry Council Wattle Range Councillors have voted to fund upgrades to th…
 
The Country Hour is on the road this week, broadcasting 4 OBs from the Eyre Peninsula. Today we’ll begin in Ceduna, and find out how the grain harvest has been going so far, speaking with growers, agronomists and the local mayor. SA's oyster industry has been asked to voluntarily shut itself down temporarily to reduce any further illness in the wak…
 
Panpapanpalya means conference in the Kaurna language. In this three-session discussion forum, First Nations artists, curators, academics and writers share views and insights about art and the world that inspires them.In this session led by artist and academic Ali Baker, artists and curators Julie Gough, Sandra Saunders, Marika Davies, Carly Tarkar…
 
Panpapanpalya means conference in the Kaurna language. In this three-session discussion forum, First Nations artists, curators, academics and writers share views and insights about art and the world that inspires them.In this session led by Renee Johnson, artists John Prince Siddon, Gail Mabo, Sonya Rankine and Margaret Beebe discuss the theme of m…
 
Panpapanpalya means conference in the Kaurna language. In this three-session discussion forum, First Nations artists, curators, academics and writers share views and insights about art and the world that inspires them.In this session led by poet and writer Ali Cobby Eckermann, artists Angelina Karadada Boona, Timo Hogan, Karen Mills, Nora Abbott, h…
 
What does it feel like to be completely surrounded by a digital world that responds to the way you move? Audiences will get a chance to find out for the first time in November when Light ADL launches its inaugural month-long event IMMERSE, featuring a revolutionary new immersive and interactive experience set in The Ellipse, a space surrounded by L…
 
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