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The University of Adelaide

December 13, 2021
The University of Adelaide

The weight of Wangayarta

At Wangayarta, the Kaurna community has established a new kind of cemetery, laying to rest 130 Old People whose remains have been stored in boxes for decades. The night before the burial, CityMag camped with Kaurna elders to hear about the significance of this moment.

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October 6, 2020
The University of Adelaide

The Economic Effect: How money makes waves

Most of us work so we can have the things we want and need. The same principle is true for the South Australian economy. Far more than a one-dimensional system that moves money around, it’s a tool that can bring us closer to the future we want.

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October 2, 2020
The University of Adelaide

The elemental economy: Rocks and hydrogen

Blasting rocks out of the ground still has monetary value in 2020. Step inside the South Australian economy and visit a suburban mine to learn a thing or two about how hydrogen has the power to transform our state's future - if we smarten up our mining industry.

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September 2, 2020
The University of Adelaide

No Fixed Address given permanent CBD address

Ahead of the City of Adelaide naming a laneway in honour of South Australian reggae band No Fixed Address, CityMag spoke with guitarist Ricky Harrison about coming up as an Indigenous artist in Adelaide's 1980s music scene.

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