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InDaily : May 20, 2013
mon.20.may.2013 Adelaide’s daily independent news © Solstice Media 2013 home news/views nation /world business sport ispy property Advertising partners Sponsored by Advertising enquiries Click here Editorial enquiries Click here Letters/comments Click here IN TODAY DIMITTY Andersen’s Rose Park House - a contemporary extension to a double-fronted bluestone cottage - is another entrant in this year’s South Australian Architecture Awards. Describing the house, the firm says: “New work included eating and living areas, an upper level for parents’ facilities, a pool, multi-car garaging, a rooftop garden and studio. “ The contemporary style of the new work sits in counterpoint to the traditional home. The existing street frontage of the house has been maintained and clearly defined both in spatial planning and architectural treatment.” For more, including a gallery of photos, read Indaily design t o d ay. Also in design today – should Adelaide be looking to Bordeaux for urban inspiration, rather than other Australian cities? VIEW PAGE The Adelaide Bluestone cottage reborn The political leanings of journalists – and their bosses – exposed. VIEW PAGE Adelaide weather Partly cloudy MAX 20 MIN 10 Today Tomorrow Rain developing MAX 17 MIN 11 5 DAY FORECAST MORE WEATHER Melissa Mack THE cost of calling an ambulance may be deterring people from calling 000 even when experiencing severe chest pains, new Heart Foundation research has revealed. National policy officer Christopher Poulter has revealed the results of a new and as yet unreleased study by the Heart Foundation that appear to show cost is a deterrent to call the emergency number. “ There seems to be a good association between coverage status and people’s intention to call 000,” Poulter told the Heart Foundation Conference at the convention centre last week. “It raises questions for further research – is cost an independent factor to call 000?” The unreleased research presented at the conference showed people with ambulance cover were more likely to call 000 if experiencing mild symptoms such as feeling dizzy or discomfort in the chest, but even people suffering severe chest pain were less likely to call if they were not covered. The Heart Foundation would not release the detailed data to Indaily before its national release later this year. The Heart Foundation’s policy is for universal... READ MORE Ambulance cost may deter emergency calls Today’s wine deal CLICK HERE Dimitty Andersen’s Rose Park House. Photo: Sam Noonan design
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