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Jul 20, 2017
Plate and Cup

The UberEATS effect

UberEATS has changed the nature of Adelaide's food service, but - as some of the city's best restaurateurs told us - change is not always for the better.

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Latest News

Jul 19, 2017
Habits

How to build a Beer and Barbecue Festival

Gareth Lewis, Marc Huber, and Aaron Sandow are turning an old cattle pavilion into the site of the Adelaide Beer and Barbecue Festival, and this is how they’re doing it.

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Jul 18, 2017
Culture

Podcast: Identity and fashion

CityMag fashion director, Sharmonie Cockayne, talks to Josh and Farrin about whether what you wear reflects who you are (and Farrin argues that, yes, it does, and - resultantly - she is a hoodie with toothpaste on it).

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Habits

Jul 12, 2017
Walking City

Hit the Pulteney Street pavement

Stepping out of the car and exploring Pulteney Street on foot reveals that this transport corridor has a lot more to offer than peak hour traffic.

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Commerce

Jul 6, 2017
Commerce

Devil in the detail of planning reforms

An enormous, high-level overhaul of SA's planning system is underway, but a recent document containing highly detailed specifications has industry worried we're heading in the wrong direction.

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Jul 4, 2017
Flashback

The Simple Market brings back the corner store

Mel and Fabian Muller are recalling the community-minded Ma and Pa grocery shops of years gone by as they open their organic produce and health outlet, The Simple Market, today.

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Jun 21, 2017
Adelaide to the world

Manufacturing success

Ellex began as a defence industry spin-off in the ’80s, but has evolved to become a globally-recognised name among eye doctors, and a shining local example of advanced manufacturing success.

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Culture

Jul 13, 2017
Opinion

Podcast: Poster boy

Founder of EcoCaddy and co-founder of Maché coworking, Daniels Langeberg, talks to Josh and Farrin about being Adelaide's involuntary poster boy for innovation and sustainability, and trying to make a good business out of doing good.

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