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Aug 13, 2022
Culture

An over-cooked cover concept

Winter is almost over, but our 40 Under 40 winter print edition is still out on streets. Learn more about Emmaline Zanelli and Kurt Bosecke's burnt pizza cover concept portraying the underside of success.

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Aug 12, 2022
Culture

Style Sample: A promenade in Rundle Mall

CityMag's Style Samplers recently took to a rainy Rundle Mall and were surprised to find an Adelaide public that had not forgone fashion in their pursuit of warmth and comfort.

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Habits

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 11, 2022
InReview

Theatre review: Chalkface

Angela Betzien’s Chalkface, premiered by State Theatre SA, is a zany portrait of an Australian public primary school. It holds up a cracked and grimly funny mirror to the end-result of years of state neglect and disrespect for teachers and their profession.

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Aug 11, 2022
InReview

Here’s what’s in store for the 2022 OzAsia Festival

From a high-kicking action star and neo-noir theatre to alternative K-pop and a touch of magic, this year’s OzAsia Festival will celebrate diverse cultures and also shine a light on darker elements of Australia’s history.

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Happening

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 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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