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Nov 16, 2017
Habits

Roxie’s opens tonight

With the longest lease on the space they’ve ever been given, Stuart Duckworth (of Little Miss everything and The Crown and Anchor fame) and his team have finally built the open-air venue they’ve wanted all along.

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Nov 14, 2017
Partnership

City Gift Guide 2017

Buy your Christmas gifts locally this year, and get some beautiful things made and sold by Adelaide makers and movers.

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Habits

Nov 10, 2017
Home

Home is where the dogs are

Adam Hadley-Darrie and Paul Engelhardt have turned an ordinary townhouse into an extraordinary home through the addition of well-curated furniture and art, and plentiful pets and plants.

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Commerce

Nov 13, 2017
Flashback

Power to the people

The Centre of Democracy might be exploring some age-old ideas in an old building, but it's doing it in some very new ways.

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Oct 17, 2017
Business Profile

The Swiss-French connection at Haigh’s Chocolates

Haigh's Chocolates rose several places in InDaily's Top 100 Business Index this year, and continues to grow revenue and increase its retail footprint abroad thanks, in part, to a bit of Euro-vision behind the scenes.

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Oct 9, 2017
Commerce

Home of the future: Earthship Ironbank

The future of Australian housing is already here, and can be found in the form of a sustainable, hand-built home tucked away in the Adelaide Hills.

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Culture

Nov 9, 2017
Culture

Growing the community

Behind the well kept rose beds of Veale Garden there exists Walyo Yerta, a small community garden offering freely accessible green space and produce to residents of the CBD.

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Nov 8, 2017
Coming Soon

Format’s final hour

Format's final days are upon us. This Sunday, the art collective's years of housing ideas and expressions that have nowhere else to go will end with an encore of a performance work made especially for the occassion by two seminal Australian artists.

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Oct 30, 2017
Coming Soon

New visuals for an old arts icon

Amid the chaos of re-construction, Charissa Davies is making new space for visual art at the Adelaide Festival Centre.

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