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The Dandies get their Mojo goingAmerican rock band The Dandy Warhols are the latest musical icons to become fans of Australia’s taste sensation MOJO Kombucha during their recent national tour of this country.

Like Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young before them, The Dandies came across the naturally made trendy tonic when their stage managers recommended it - and they were immediately won over.

The Dandies’ singer-guitarist Courtney Taylor-Taylor was full of praise for MOJO Kombucha. “If you’re in Australia, this stuff is awesome,” he posted on the band’s website at

“The ginger is the best one, by the way. The company sent us a bunch in Perth cuz they could believe we had it in our rider, and now they’re gonna send it to every show. Bless ‘em.”

Students at Eynesbury Senior College tomorrow aim to raise awareness about homelessness by using a camera lens to look at our city with fresh eyes.

Running 3.30-5.30pm tomorrow (Friday, September 19) at the college’s city campus, at 15-19 Franklin Street, the #eyviewadelaide photographic exhibition contains a wide range of images from both student and public photographers.

Organiser Andie Carlsen said the idea of #eyviewadelaide was to look at the city in a different light. “We’ve received a wide range of images, from monochrome to glorious colour,” she said.

Campaigning fisher Bart ButsonProfessional and recreational fishers have launched a last ditch public campaign against Marine Parks ‘No Take’ zones that they believe will cause personal damage to fishers and communities around SA.

The campaign kicked off today with a full page advertisement in The Advertiser, by individual fishers and fishing associations.

Campaign organiser, fisherman, Bart Butson, a third generation professional at Port Wakefield, said: “This is personal, it's about generations of fishing families who will be damaged by the far reaching changes to fisheries around the state.

 “No one is seriously against marine parks, but we need bureaucrats and government to listen to real local knowledge in how the zones are drawn up around our communities and towns.