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Jul 29, 2021
Commerce

The uneven impacts of the seven-day lockdown

Lost work, cold homes, and confusing governmental information – these were some of the challenges the lockdown brought to disadvantaged communities in Adelaide, with one organisational head calling it “a class-based pandemic".

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Latest News

Jul 28, 2021
Habits

Soi 38 opens on Pirie Street (again)

At last, you can book a table at the new Soi 38 on Pirie Street, after an easing of restrictions has allowed the restaurant to reopen its doors after a lockdown delay.

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Habits

Jul 22, 2021
Habits

How to design a pandemic-proof city

Rather than focussing on short-term solutions like sanitiser dispensers or automated pedestrian crossings, University of South Australia’s architectural historian Julie Collins says we need to consider long-term urban planning solutions to keep people healthy and happy.

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Jul 22, 2021
Plate and Cup

Three new openings, three false starts

Lockdowns are never convenient for small hospitality businesses, especially those still in the early days of establishing themselves. CityMag speaks with Soi 38, CARŌclub and Spellmans' Social about launching new venues into a lockdown void.

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Commerce

Jul 22, 2021
Commerce

Adelaide City Council election disrupted by lockdown

With the city council's customer centre closed, postal voting is the only option for the supplementary election, with voters urged to submit ballots today to ensure all votes are received by close of polling on Monday. Some candidates fear this may affect the results.

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Culture

Jul 27, 2021
Culture

From a sunken RISING to a darkened Illuminate with Matthew Adey

Light artist Matthew Adey has worked with some of the country’s leading art festivals, including Dark Mofo, RISING and Illuminate. Having recently returned to his home city, the Adelaide native is keen to bring light to our pandemic-affected arts scene.

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