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Aug 5, 2022
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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
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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
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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
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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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Jun 27, 2022
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South ward city council candidates line up

Two challengers for the Adelaide City Council’s south ward - a business and residential neighbourhood - have revealed themselves. Despite both having connections to state political parties, they argue they are not trying to stack the chamber.

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Jun 27, 2022
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‘We spent more last year’: Arts funding reduced

The State Government has announced bundles of new cash for the arts industry, but Arts Minister Andrea Michaels admits to an overall “reduction” in funding for the portfolio, mostly due to “once-off” payments last year.

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Jun 17, 2022
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Notes on Adelaide podcast: Vexed in the City

In this week’s episode, the factional divisions within the Adelaide city council have boiled over again, with a prominent councillor quitting within sight of the next local government elections. He explains to us why his time on the council became intolerable.

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