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April 2, 2015

Being heard: Adelaide’s independent media

The health of Adelaide’s media scene really depends on which way you look at it. While the daily reporting cycle might seem a little (news)limited, the local magazine market brims with niche, independent media brands who thrive in this small, connected city.

May 30, 2014

Adelaide: The original Utopia

Adelaide is often bemoaned as directionless and lacking identity, but Joost den Hartog says we’re looking at our city’s obsessive taste for self-analysis all wrong.

May 29, 2014

Making news today

On the day CityMag was scheduled to enter Keith Murdoch House and interview The Advertiser’s editors, journalists and staff about the business of making 365 newspapers a year, the company phoned and cancelled.

April 28, 2022

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.

February 21, 2022

Racism and remorse with drag royalty Kween Kong

Last Fringe, an arts reviewer referred to Pasifika performer Thomas Fonua as ‘black pudding’, sparking debate about racism in arts media. After a year-long silence, the artist’s drag diva alter-ego, Kween Kong, offers a take on the saga in an Adelaide Fringe show.

March 17, 2020

The week we started thinking differently

So you've bought a lot of beans lately? Here's some food for thought from our publisher and some insight into what CityMag will do this week to give you information that makes you feel better.