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December 8, 2022

Councillor questions Colonel William Light acknowledgement

An Adelaide city councillor has questioned the need for a nod to the Surveyor-General who designed the city's gridded, park lands-surrounded layout, considering members already celebrate Colonel Light with a “party” and “fruit cake” every year.

December 5, 2022


Musicians and educators Emily Bettison and Adrian Whalland have launched STAK Sounds, a business giving music producers a locally made alternative to the widely available, over-processed and cheesy vocal samples.

December 1, 2022

The cost of going green

For almost 150 years, Mount Gunson's sun-bleached hills have been mined for copper – a metal integral to our electrified future. Located out of sight more than 400 kilometres from the CBD, many believe generations of extraction have left the surrounding landscape in dire need of rehabilitation.

August 4, 2022

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.

December 2, 2021

The Select Committee on Wage Theft handed down its final report

The State Parliamentary report made 37 recommendations into addressing wage theft, such as making it a punishable criminal offence, establishing a wage theft inspector, and banning anyone found to have used wage theft as a business model from holding company director roles.