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Aug 26, 2016
Commerce

Paying for it: In hock to the greatly outdated Australian dream

Forget negative gearing, Gen Y’s entitlement, the Baby Boomers’ greed, property bubbles and foreign investment. The biggest thing stopping people buying homes in South Australia is that – while the calendars read 2016 – when it comes to housing, it’s definitely still 1956.

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Latest News

Aug 26, 2016
Habits
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Fly in fly out

A new high-rise development in Botanic Park is only accessible by air, and its residents have attracted the interest of scientists who want to know the secrets of their success.

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Aug 26, 2016
Commerce
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On high rotation

From a cosy home in Blackwood to disco clubs in Detroit, Condesa Electronics is exporting quality sound to those who know what it’s worth.

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Habits

Aug 25, 2016
Plate and Cup
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Introducing VHS Wines

Samuel J Smith and his wines epitomise South Australia's new frontier of winemaking.

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Aug 23, 2016
Home
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Green thumbs

Wendy Alstergen and John Kirkwood’s warehouse conversion certainly places them in the city centre, but it also puts them in the perfect spot for rallying a community movement.

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Commerce

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Aug 26, 2016
Adelaide to the world

On high rotation

From a cosy home in Blackwood to disco clubs in Detroit, Condesa Electronics is exporting quality sound to those who know what it’s worth.

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Aug 24, 2016
Business Profile
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Power Living to re-energise Halifax Street

Two Adelaide entrepreneurs are kickstarting the burgeoning transformation of Halifax Street with a radically different use of the historic Slatters Shoes factory.

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Aug 22, 2016
Small business survey
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Adelaide ink: XO L’Avant

CityMag is examining the new frontier of the tattoo industry by visiting Adelaide's best independent, artist-driven small businesses - like XO L'Avant.

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Culture