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May 5, 2022
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‘Happy days’: Frome Rd trees saved from felling

Two significant century-old trees located in one of the Adelaide’s leafiest areas have been saved from the axe, with Planning Minister Nick Champion telling Parliament yesterday they won’t be chopped down to ease Lot Fourteen traffic.

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May 3, 2022
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‘It’s not tokenism’: Lord Mayor explains Kaurna language push

At last week’s Kadaltilla Adelaide Park Lands Authority meeting, members discussed the new Kaurna-centred name and logo. City of Adelaide Lord Mayor Sandy Verschoor speaks with CityMag about why she's advocating for more use of Aboriginal languages in local government.

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Apr 28, 2022
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There’s been a three-month uptick in city rough sleepers

Data from the Adelaide Zero Project reveals an increase of 33 rough sleepers in postcode 5000 from January—March 2022. Hutt St Centre CEO Chris Burns says the hub recently hit a new visitation record, and is seeing a rising number of female clients.

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Apr 21, 2022
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With e-scooters’ meteoric rise, pedestrians need protection

Two months after being hit by an e-scooter in the city, Diana Reed is still tending to a swollen foot with tendon and ligament damage. Now, she wants the Adelaide City Council and State Government to better protect those on the footpath from the burgeoning form of transport.

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Apr 14, 2022
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Lucy Hood’s vision on strengthening the city

Meet the new representative for the seat of Adelaide in SA Parliament’s House of Assembly, who, in opposition, has campaigned to save a pair of city trees, an old pool and the city's pubs.

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Apr 13, 2022
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‘Insulting’: Adelaide Town Hall portrait divides council

A self-described progressive Adelaide city councillor who introduced a motion last night designed to “acknowledge the great contribution of women” ended up suggesting elected members “boot off” a female adversary from the working group that helps make these decisions.

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