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A long history of supporting women

March 8, 2019

Consistent with its long history of supporting South Australian women through affordable housing options, ACH Group is continuing to innovate with new service delivery models to meet the needs of vulnerable older women with the announcement a new housi … READ MORE

New housing to support older South Australians

March 5, 2019

ACH Group continues to innovate with new service delivery models to meet the needs of vulnerable older South Australians with the announcement a new housing development in the heart of Adelaide. Spence on Light was officially launched in Light Square t … READ MORE

CALD action plan welcomed

February 27, 2019

ACH Group has welcomed the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) action plan announced by Minister for Senior Australians and Aged Care, and Minister for Indigenous Health Ken Wyatt in Adelaide today. Speaking at the launch, ACH Group CEO Frank … READ MORE

Update on the Royal Commission

February 26, 2019

The Federal Government has commenced a Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety, to review aged care facilities and the care provided in people’s homes. ACH Group welcomes the Royal Commission as an opportunity to address issues and opportuni … READ MORE

Evelyn Roth – a life in colour

February 12, 2019

If you’re under the age of 12 and you live in Maslin Beach, on South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula, chances are you’re friends with Evelyn Roth. And if you’ve seen the parade of costumes that winds its way through WOMADelaide, Adelaide’s four-day musi … READ MORE

Make the most of the Fringe season

February 12, 2019

Adelaide Fringe is Australia’s largest open-access arts festivals celebrating art, culture and creativity throughout February and March. It brings world-famous acts, venues and events to all corners of South Australia and in 2018 generated a record $90 … READ MORE

Cruising locally

February 12, 2019

Gone are the days when you need to travel halfway round the world or even interstate to join a cruise.     Adelaide is Australia’s hot new destination on the radar of many cruise operators, with South Australian ports including Port Lincoln, Kangaroo I … READ MORE

Ceramics boosts brain health

February 12, 2019

“Art has the ability to bring people from all walks of life together. It creates conversation and encourages a different way of thinking.” Iconic Adelaide arts studio Jamfactory has extended its community program to include a series of ceramics worksho … READ MORE

Preparation key to overseas travel

February 12, 2019

Travelling light, being prepared and showing respect for other cultures are the keys to safe and successful overseas travel. That’s according to Ted Setnikar, who has travelled extensively across South East Asia over the past two decades. Ted is one of … READ MORE

Good food – Going vego with Callum Hann & Themis Chryssidis

February 12, 2019

You must be living underground (like a quality root vegetable!) if you haven’t noticed the rise of the humble vegetable in recent years. Why are veggies trendy again? Why are we no longer eating 450g T-Bone steaks and instead choosing fire pit pumpkin, … READ MORE

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