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‘Leafies’ drop into the city

Autumn leaves will not be seen just in the trees of Adelaide over the next couple of months, but also on light poles, traffic lights, buildings and street signs – and they won’t look quite as expected...

Paving the way

What’s old is new again, with Australia’s first fully recycled road being laid in Adelaide city’s south west. The new road laid on Chatham Street is made entirely from reclaimed asphalt pavement from nearby...

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The beauty in buildings – part 2

In her second article showcasing significant 20th Century architecture in the CBD and North Adelaide, Meagan Cox (City of Adelaide’s Project Consultant – Heritage) shares some insights into an important trio of city...

Creating a better balanced future

South Australia has a reputation for being a leader nationally when it comes to gender equality. In 1861, women who owned property in the colony of South Australia were granted the right to vote in Council elections. In...

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Celebrations in Adelaide at the end of World War II, August 1945, B 59860, State Library of South Australia

People, Celebrating People

A fascinating and free exhibition of historic and contemporary artworks at the City Library (off Rundle Mall) is captivating audiences of all ages with its overarching festive theme of ‘people celebrating’. City of...

Tree talk

Down streets large and small and throughout the expansive Adelaide Park Lands which embrace the CBD and North Adelaide, the city is full of leafy treasures.

The city park celebrating culture and cricket

One of the 30 parks within the expansive Adelaide Park Lands has been given a makeover, a meaningful new name honouring an inspiring Adelaide woman and, in 2020, will host a series of warm-up matches in the lead-up to...

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