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Email By Loretta Florance and Mark Doman Updated October 24, 2016 17:49:14 Map: Melbourne 3000 South Australia had been the host of the Grand Prix since 1985. The race was the jewel in the state's tourism crown.It was the final race of the year on the Formula One calendar and had the reputation as the party event among the drivers and teams.Ask South Australians today, and they will tell you the F1 circus was embraced by Adelaideans as household names such as Ayrton Senna, Nigel Mansell and Niki Lauda rolled into town.So when the announcement was made in December 1993 that Adelaide's Grand Prix would be moving east to Melbourne, it sent shockwaves through the community.Former South Australian premier Dean Brown remembers the day well - the then Liberal leader had just won the state election."The day after I'd been sworn in I received a telephone call from Ron Walker and Ron said 'I must come and see you'," Mr Brown said."I said 'can't this wait' and he said 'no I think … [Read more...] about Melbourne Grand Prix: South Australia ‘has itself to blame’ for losing race 20 years ago
Email By Camron Slessor Updated June 29, 2018 09:28:04 Photo: Tony Lockett and Dermot Brereton - wearing a swapped South Australian guernsey - following a State of Origin clash. (AFL Players' Association) Related Story: AFL refuses to be lured in by State of Origin charm Related Story: What SA gained by losing the Grand Prix Related Story: South Australia 'has itself to blame' for losing Grand Prix 20 years ago Map: SA When you think about Australia's biggest cross-border rivalries, the feud between South Australia and Victoria often comes to mind.Which state makes the best beer? Which has the most liveable city? Why did Victoria steal the Grand Prix?Numerous questions were submitted to the ABC's Curious Adelaide team surrounding the rivalry and while there are many opinions around it, we've decided to delve into one contributing factor — Aussie Rules football.Australian Rules a key factorOne historian from Adelaide believes the rivalry stemmed from the adoption … [Read more...] about Curious Adelaide: Exploring the cross-border rivalry between South Australia and Victoria
Email By Eugene Boisvert Posted June 01, 2018 10:43:22 Photo: OG Road goes through the suburbs of Klemzig, Marden and Felixstow. (ABC News: Eugene Boisvert) Map: Klemzig 5087 What does the "OG" in OG Road stand for?Four separate readers asked ABC Adelaide this question when we asked what they wanted to know about the city as part of the Curious Adelaide series."It seems very strange to have a road that is just two letters," one said."I have a friend who lives off of OG Road and I asked them what it stood for and they said they had heard that it was named after two families that were influential and had lots of land."So what does it stand for?OG Road is named after Osmond Gilles, the first colonial treasurer of South Australian and a major landholder in what is now Adelaide's north-eastern suburbs.Gilles was born in 1788 and arrived on the HMS Buffalo with the first settlers in 1836. Photo: An 1849 drawing of Osmond Gilles, a former Adelaide landowner. (Supplied: State … [Read more...] about Curious Adelaide: What does the ‘OG’ stand for in OG Road?
Richard Hadlee says New Zealand did something special in 1985 by winning their first test series in Australia and there is no doubt current skipper Kane Williamson would view victory in the upcoming series across the Tasman Sea as a career highlight.Australia has been a difficult place to come for New Zealand, who have lost six and drawn three of their nine test series there since that triumph more than 30 years ago.But Williamson’s team head to Australia for the first match, a day-night encounter starting on Dec. 12 in Perth, full of confidence after clinching their fifth successive series victory at home earlier this week against England.Their recent away form, which includes a victory over Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates and a draw with Sri Lanka, means they head into the three-test series as the second ranked side in the world.Consistency of selection over the last two years has meant the side is relatively settled and they have also … [Read more...] about New Zealand head to Australia eyeing repeat of Hadlee’s triumph