Last year, the State Government pumped over $100,000 into Empowerment – a Tafe course teaching domestic violence survivors business skills. We speak to participants about how the soon-to-be axed program affected their lives.
Located in Rundle Mall Plaza’s shiny food court, The Logical Indian has launched Samosa for a Cause – a delicious way to help people in India living through a devastating third wave of COVID-19.
Renowned Indigenous photographer Colleen Strangways has levelled up her storytelling, spotlighting Aboriginal Arabana culture in virtual reality.
A City of Adelaide administration official says prior to COVID-19 more than a quarter of the city’s resident population were university students, and the fact international students haven’t returned is “the biggest risk” to the city’s economy.
The City of Adelaide has revived calls for an advocate for the city’s late-night economy. CityMag speaks to industry heavyweights about whether they’ll throw their hat in the ring.
In a City of Adelaide meeting discussing how council can grow its bottom line, councillor Jessy Khera said the “net public good” should be considered while canvassing revenue-raising opportunities.