- Jet Ski Adventure
Last month, 61-year-old Lindsay Warner became the first person to circumnavigate Tasmania solo - on a jet ski.
- DNA Wanderlust
New research has found the desire to travel could be written in our DNA.
- Caravan Boom
While it's always been popular with the grey nomads, business is booming for the caravan industry - with more families and younger travellers getting on board.
- Travel Chaos
A group of retirees about to head off on the trip of a lifetime and newlyweds about to go on their honeymoon, are among those being left in the lurch by an online booking site.
Your guide to the best summer cruises on offer, all leaving from Adelaide. For the first time, one cruise is showcasing four iconic South Aussie destinations all in the same voyage.
- Best Airlines
South Australians love to travel and with regular flight specials making holidays a lot cheaper, more families are jetting off. But which airline is the best for price, quality and service?
- Adelaide Cup Colour
The Adelaide Cup was full of scandal and surprises today. But as usual, there was plenty of colour trackside, with a record number of South Aussies making the most of the public holiday.
- Disabled Triumph
Completing one marathon is challenge enough, but imagine doing one a day, for a week, in 7 different locations around the world.
- Cricket Colour
Despite the stifling heat, cricket fans finally have something to cheer about after day one of the first test. John Casey's been at Adelaide Oval all day and discovered that not everyone was there for the cricket.
- Cricket Preview
All eyes will be on our city tomorrow as the much anticipated first test gets underway at Adelaide Oval. John Casey rubbed shoulders with cricket royalty as he went behind the scenes for the final rehearsals.
- Female Fishers
More and more ladies are being lured into fishing and they're giving the blokes a run for their money.
- Swell Chasers
Big wave surfing is one of the most extreme forms of the sport, but it's not just the surfer risking their life for the perfect wave.
- Widow's Warning
A seemingly common condition was a symptom of a sinister disease that claimed the young father's life earlier this year.
- Cannabis Factory
Hidden in an industrial suburb is the first indoor farm of its kind, growing medicinal marijuana to harvest cannabis oils.
- Danny's Place
With the rate of childhood obesity on the rise, an Adelaide clinic is helping guide kids to a healthier lifestyle.
- Bacteria Test
What bacteria are inside us and how do we promote the right bugs inside our body? Well, now there is a new home test that lets you peer inside your inner self.
Despite all the warnings, many people are still spending hours basking in the sun to try and achieve the perfect tan. But South Australian researchers may have found a solution for this risky behaviour.
- FODMAP Curse
For millions of everyday Australians, some supposedly healthy foods are making them sick.
- eBay Coles
The big plan to cut your grocery bills - eBay is launching a major assault on Australia's online grocery market.
- Grow Free
The South Aussies giving away fruit and veg, eggs and even homemade treats to everyone.
- Affordable Meat
Adelaide's cheapest meat - north, south, east and west.
- Orange Gleaning
More than half of all fruits and vegetables grown in Australia don't make it off the farm because their skin is blemished, or they're not the right size. Now there's an innovative solution to stop them going to waste.
- Dishwasher Cuisine
For some people, a dishwasher is not just a cleaning machine, it's a cooking device as handy as your stove or microwave.
- Jelly Art
Creative confectionery is more popular than ever, with many artists around the world designing incredible food art.
- Computer Seniors
A group of seniors in the Northeastern suburbs has proven age is no barrier to staying connected.
- Sensoria Smart Socks
The new invention which is helping prevent falls.
- Trolley Car
An apprentice mechanic gets creative with a shopping trolley.
- Shark Guard
A new shark guard could, for the first time, offer full protection for surfers, swimmers and divers, from even the largest, deadliest predators.
- Tinder Detective
In the online dating world, it's hard to know who you are really meeting. Now there is a new way to find out.
- Innovation Garage
One Aussie company thinks they've re-invented the bulb – and it generates light for free.
- Hardys Olsen
McLaren Vale has given the world some of the best wines and is steeped in history, with one of the oldest wineries notching up its 165th vintage.
- Toilet Paper
Which toilet paper brands are best for both price and quality? Consumer watchdog Choice has done the dirty work for us.
- 60 Years Married
Trevor and Mary Dixon have just celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary and they shared the secret to their happy union with us.
- IVF Mum
One woman's extraordinary determination to become a mum.
- Marie Kondo
There's a new tidying trend sweeping the planet. Marie Kondo is having quite the impact on our charity shops too, with people donating in droves.
- Birthday Family
A Perth couple celebrate not one, not two, but three birthdays on the same day.
- Wacky Weather
Strong winds, heavy rain and hail, plus a couple of days in the mid-thirties. We've certainly seen some erratic weather lately. But what can we expect for the festive season?
- Onion Man
Australia’s amazing amateur weather forecaster – you won’t believe how he does it.
- Hot Cars
Our hot-car experiments will shock you into never again leaving a child or pet in the car.
- Weather predictions
It’s been a wild 24-hours of weather in South Australia… But what do the gods have in store for us these coming months?