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Today we are delighted to announce the 37 writers from around Australia who have been shortlisted for the 2020 Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature...Read article
Discover the amazing story of the England to Australia air race of 1919, won by two of South Australia’s favourite sons, Captain Ross Smith and...Read article
Recording of a historical event as it happened. View the podcastRead article
Australia’s national, state and territory libraries have come together in a world-first collaboration to build a national digital collection, with the...Read article
We are very excited to announce that due to overwhelming popular demand, the Phil Cummings: Stories behind the books exhibition has now been extended...Read article
Nominations are now open for the 2020 Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature, one of Australia’s richest and most prestigious literary awards. The...Read article
Phil Cummings: Stories behind the books, now open at the State Library of South Australia, takes you into the creative mind of award-winning South...Read article
The personal papers of South Australian pioneer aviators Sir Ross and Sir Keith Smith, held by the State Library of South Australia, have been...Read article
When the death of the Canadian writer and performer Leonard Cohen was announced on 7 November 2016, how many of his admirers would think of the State...Read article
See the biggest stories of 2018 in sport, politics and daily life through the lenses of Australia's best press photographers in a compelling...Read article
In 1882 Bob, a scruffy brown German collie dog covered with thick shaggy hair, was born in Macclesfield, South Australia. He travelled the railways of...Read article
In South Australia, in the midst of World War One, many places were renamed. But which ones? The South Australian Government Gazette holds the answer...Read article