The Adelaide Review (1984-), Adelaide
Adelaide Review was founded by Mark Jamieson, with Gina Roncondi as editor. From the third issue, Christopher Pearson, the Advertiser arts editor, joined the team. He became editor in July. Under his leadership, the circulation quickly rose to 20,000 and the Review became a free newspaper. Contributors in this period included Peter Ward, Peter Goldsworthy, Lance Campbell, Michael Vanstone, John Bray, and later Federal politicians, Malcolm Latham and Tony Abbott. Restaurant reviews were contributed by Howard Twelftree. In 2003 the Spanish media entrepreneur, Javier Moll, took over Adelaide Review. In 2004 it became a fortnightly publication. From 2008 it returned to monthly publication. Margie Budich joined the Adelaide Review as an executive director in 2007, with Lachlan Colquhoun as editor.