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Aug 5, 2022
Happening

Why Phil Martin isn’t gunning for Lord Mayor

City councillor Phil Martin says he's dropped out of the mayoral race to avoid "relentless, personal attacks” from Team Adelaide, but he's hopeful another potential Lord Mayor candidate will be able to rein in the dysfunction at Town Hall.

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Aug 4, 2022
Culture

Elsy Wameyo, alone

Coming out of the making of her debut EP 'Nilotic', Elsy Wameyo is an artist reborn, having found a new sound and renewed purpose while creating, for the first time, in solitude.

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Aug 4, 2022
Habits

Lahore Tea House wants to replace your morning coffee

"There is coffee available everywhere, but there is no Pakistani tea," says the founder of Lahore Tea House, who's brought South Asian flavours and fragrant refreshments to a pop-up Adelaide Central Market stall.

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Habits

Aug 4, 2022
Plate and Cup

Coming back from a bad review

You’re only as good as your last dish, or so they say. CityMag talks to Adelaide chefs who’ve copped scorn from critics to find out how a restaurant recovers.

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Aug 3, 2022
Partnership

It’s hip to be square

Wine in a box is one of South Australia’s most significant inventions, and quality wine brands are finally giving the once-maligned format its due respect.

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Aug 3, 2022
Partnership

There’s an Audi to suit all lifestyles

As one of the best-selling luxury car brands in the world, Audi’s four interlocking rings have been a symbol of luxury, safety and reliability since the turn of the 20th century.

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Commerce

Aug 4, 2022
Partnership

Twice for good luck

This year’s Urban Development Institute Young Professional Award winner Kent Williams reckons he did two apprenticeships. One on the tools and one working alongside the development industry’s biggest names.

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Jul 28, 2022
Partnership

Small businesses need your support

While restrictions have eased, the weight of the pandemic on small businesses has not fully lifted just yet. CBD traders share how you can continue to show your support in the long haul.

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Jul 21, 2022
Partnership

The domino effect of shopping locally

Throughout COVID and its restrictions, the impact of shopping locally has been felt more than ever. There are positive topple-on effects that come from doing so, and a painful standstill that comes from not.

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Jul 5, 2022
Partnership

Penny Hospitality just keeps going

With a new office, new logo, and eight new venues launching this year, the team at Penny Hospitality have a lot on their plate – and that’s just the way they like it.

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Culture

Aug 3, 2022
Culture

Adelaide’s best new music

We've rounded up Adelaide's best new music for July, including Workhorse, Kurralta Park Grocery Club, House in the Tall Grass and Big Town.

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Jul 28, 2022
InReview

In the studio with Brad Darkson

From a small room at the back of the new Good Bank Gallery in McLaren Vale, Brad Darkson works on projects that often explore the intersection of colonisation and Country in South Australia.

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Happening

Aug 3, 2022
Happening

Murlawirrapurka Rymill Park’s long-awaited glow-up

The City of Adelaide and State Government have jointly allocated $3.1 million to getting an eastern pocket of the park lands gig-ready for summer – laying extensive electrical, hydraulic and water systems for events companies to plug in and play with ease.

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Jul 15, 2022
State Politics

Justice for all ages

Despite much public campaigning and lengthy national discussions between state attorneys-general, South Australian children as young as 10 continue to be fed into a justice system that sees them as criminals rather than kids, as InDaily reporter Stephanie Richards explains.

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Jul 8, 2022
Knowledge

Real talk at Tauondi Aboriginal Community College

Of the 46 Aboriginal languages spoken in South Australia, Kaurna is at the forefront of a local language renaissance – but its success hinges on an increase in speakers, teachers and funding.

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