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April 18, 2024

Speaking up about men’s mental health

With data showing that suicide is the number one cause of death among males aged 15 to 44, CityMag explores how men are tackling mental health issues head on.

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January 18, 2024

Celebrating the aesthetic value of books

While some library shelves are emptying for an online future, bookshops are busy and bookstagram is thriving. CityMag set out to investigate the continued fascination with books, and the people and places that love them.

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October 25, 2023
The Sweet East

AFF review: The Sweet East

A gritty aesthetic complements an amusing, dream-like satire in Sean Price Williams’s directorial debut.

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August 3, 2023
Carly Moore

Baseballer Carly Moore is knocking it out of the park

She is the first South Australian to play with the Emeralds at the Women’s Baseball World Cup. But before Carly Moore heads overseas to play ball, she shares how she travelled the sometimes lonely but rewarding road to becoming a professional female athlete.

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April 12, 2023

There goes the neighbourhood

An 18-storey retirement-living apartment set for construction on Gunson Street will force out a creative warehouse full of artists, photographers and fashion designers. We speak to current and former residents of the city laneway about what is lost when young people are moved on.

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April 11, 2023

The inner turmoil of tinnitus

An orchestra of South Australian experts, industry professionals and punters are making noise about tinnitus and the importance of plugging your pinna when seeing live music to prevent a lifetime of ringing.

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March 2, 2023

The best of the Fringe so far

Our studious friends at InReview are out every night seeing shows, and they're taking notes. These are the 21 best-reviewed shows still running at this year's Adelaide Fringe – four stars and up only.

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February 23, 2023

The best of the Fringe so far

Fear not! There's at least one local media outlet still reviewing Adelaide Fringe shows this year. We've rounded up the best reviews from our good friends at InReview – four stars and up only.

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