Wavelength: The Gods Of Strangers

"Five out of the six actors on stage speak two languages in the play, which is a really huge thing" - Elizabeth Hay, actor in The Gods Of Strangers The Gods Of Strangers, a new production from the State Thea...

Wavelength: The Guitar goes silent at Adelaide UniBar

"They put out a great vibe, and it's gonna be a big loss to Adelaide" In mid-October, Adelaide UniBar staff announced on Facebook that they would be closing down by the second of November, opening again only...

Wavelength: Understanding the new tram timetable

"I think these three stops on North Terrace are a waste of money...I think it's more for the tourists"  Like the pop queen Beyoncé herself, in early October the State Government suddenly announced we would f...

Wavelength: What’s up with phone surveillance?

"A lot of apps try and harvest as much data as they can...their business model is often based on selling your data" - Dr Sal Humphreys, Lecturer at the University of Adelaide You use your phone just about ev...

Wavelength: Axing the ‘tampon tax’

"I could never understand how a tampon could, in any way, be considered a luxury." For years the GST (Goods and services tax) has been a hugely contentious issue throughout Australia. Various sanitary i...