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Vintage clothes

Slow fashion

The thrill of having the latest trend at your fingertips within days is coming at a big cost, with 6,000 kilograms of clothing being dumped into landfill every 10 minutes. As instant gratification consumerist culture...

Muriel Matters aboard the WFL 'Vote for Women' Caravan

Muriel Matters: Adelaide’s daring suffragist

One of Adelaide’s most fascinating historic female figures, Miss Muriel Lilah Matters (1877-1969) is currently the subject of an exhibition in the City Library’s History Hub. Presented by the City of Adelaide Archives...

East End fashion-ation

There’s the ease of online clothes shopping and then there’s all the benefits of getting up close and personal with the products: appreciating the vibrancy of hand-printed silks, experiencing the fluidity of how a piece...

One Culture Football

Kicking goals for friendship, fitness and fun

It’s often referred to as ‘the world game’, and in the case of One Culture Football, this is particularly apt. Offering an opportunity for young people of diverse cultures and backgrounds to make meaningful connections...

The Bunyip Trail

Tees and trails

With a build-up of warmer, longer days, spring is a great season to get the kids into the outdoors. From golf clinics to nature trails, we’ve rounded up some city-based walking activities to keep them active and...

Queen Adelaide Room, 2018

Happy birthday Queen Adelaide

Every August, the City of Adelaide celebrates the birthday (13 August) of the city’s namesake, Queen Adelaide (b.1792 – d.1849) – welcoming everyone to discover a little more about her connection with the city’s history...

Umbrella Winter City Sounds - 2017

Music reigns in Adelaide this winter

It’s hard to feel the cold if you’re too busy busting a move! The Umbrella: Winter City Sounds festival showers Adelaide with music events in July so, put your dancing shoes on, head out the front door and go experience...

Yvonne Agius

Championing reconnection: Aunty Yvonne Agius

NAIDOC Week is held nationally in July. 2018’s theme, Because of her, we can!, will celebrate the invaluable contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have made – and continue to make – to...

University of Adelaide graduate, Tracey Trang Vu

My Adelaide life

Adelaide is as diverse in its people, as it is in what it offers. We asked two international students to share why they chose Adelaide to study and live, and their favourite city finds. Mark Ong  Why Adelaide? I chose...

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