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May 24, 2024
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Hidden heritage uncovered in bid to save the Cranker

A well and tunnel beneath the Crown & Anchor front bar and a lengthy stone wall, all believed to be more than 170 years old, are being highlighted in a bid for state heritage listing to prevent the hotel’s demolition for an apartment block.

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Apr 24, 2024
People

Meet the film photographers

Whether it’s the rush of not knowing how a photo will look until it’s developed, or the grunge effect of its natural finish, these ‘togs opt for film.

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Oct 26, 2023
People
Jason Chong

Who is: Jason Chong?

With an encyclopaedia’s worth of joke-book jokes stored in his brain and an insatiable appetite for attention, Jason Chong discovered his love for making people laugh at a young age.

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Sep 8, 2022
People

May the doors of this synagogue be wide enough

Adelaide’s Beit Shalom Synagogue is proving a haven for some trans and nonbinary people seeking a religion of compassion. CityMag speaks to aspiring Jews by Choice Jace Reh and Theo Brown and the synagogue’s Rabbi Shoshana Kaminsky.

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Apr 28, 2022
People

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 1, 2022
People

Colonisation’s worst nightmare

Patches, signet rings and tattoos brand the members of the political, Aboriginal-only biker group Black Death IPC. A drive for revolutionary change propels them forward.

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