Since 1954 the students of the Adelaide University have published a satirical newspaper for Prosh Week. The title and format have varied, and since 1993 the newspaper has been produced as an issue of the student newspaper, On dit. The 1965 Prosh Week newspaper contains humourous references to political figures of the day including Don Dunstan, Sir Robert Menzies and the South Australian governor Sir Edric Bastyan and his wife.
The Centenary Corroboree was published by the Advertiser for the 1936 Scouting Jamboree at Belair. The first Australian Jamboree was held in in Victoria in 1934. The leaders of the South Australian scouting movement decided a local Jamboree would be a suitable gesture for the centenary of South Australia's European colonisation in 1936. A six day camp of 4,000 scouts marked the 'Centenary Corroboree' at Belair National Park from 28 December 1936. Scouts from across the Commonwealth attended. The souvenir newspaper was sold at one penny per issue.
This single issue newspaper from 1965 reads like a Prosh magazine, making fun of various situations and individuals in Adelaide. It contains mostly articles discussing music in a tongue-in-cheek manner. A front page 'article' describes Adelaide being sold to President Soekarno [sic] for a private holiday resort.