800 butterflies mark academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert’s days in Iranian jail

Friends and supporters of Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert, a lecturer in Middle East Studies at Melbourne University, will place the butterflies in the cathedral lawn to mark the 800th day of Kylie’s political imprisonment in Iranian jails.... more

Friday, November 27th, 2020 - FreeKylie.net

Alexanders Fruit Market's David Zahlan selected as one of LinkedIn Top Voices 2020

David Zahlan to make appearance on 17th of November at 2PM AEST on LinkedIn Live... more

Monday, November 23rd, 2020 - I Sell Words

2021 Collab Digital Cultural Fellowship quest opens doors to priceless collections

South Australia’s cultural institutions have opened their doors and datasets to cutting-edge digital creativity today with the launch of the Collab Digital Cultural Fellowship.... more

Tuesday, November 17th, 2020 - Newsmaker

Spacetalk family wearables success drives name change for MGM

School messaging pioneer MGM Wireless Ltd has changed its name to Spacetalk Ltd – with the ASX Code ‘SPA’  –  as it ramps up production to meet global demand for its family wearables technology.... more

Monday, November 23rd, 2020 - Newsmaker

LOOTBOX helps concerned parents tackle screen addiction

Melbourne, Australia: Two entrepreneurial fathers have built LOOTBOX, the first smart, secure, multi-device charger that solves a problem that is concerning parents all over the world -- too much screen-time impacting children's health.... more

Tuesday, November 10th, 2020 - Delatite Studios Pty Ltd

Now more than ever our furry companions deserve a seat at the table

Adelaide pub the Duke of Brunswick is well known in its community, always the first to push the boundaries when it comes to accessibility and inclusivity. This has seen the venue earn itself a slew of awards in the three short years Simone Dougl... more

Tuesday, November 10th, 2020 - The Duke of Brunswick Hotel