The Westminster School community celebrated the opening of the school’s new sporting precinct, known as the Thomas Pavilion.
The Childhood Cancer Association launched its Helping Hands business group with a breakfast at Sprout hosted by Callum Hann.
Guests attended a cocktail event at the Mayfair Hotel for the launch of coaching and workshop service, The Etiquette Society.
More than 200 of SA’s civil construction finest gathered at the Adelaide Convention Centre for the 2020 annual “Earth Awards” – recognising the industry’s best performance across a range of project categories.
Minister for Education, John Gardner, launched the Westminster School’s solar energy system, one of the largest solar PV systems to be installed on a school in Australia.
Adelaide Film Festival rolled out the red carpet this month for a screening of Escape from Pretoria at Palace Nova Eastend, part of a weekend of simultaneous premieres across the city to celebrate the ‘reignition’ of South Australian cinemas.
The 40 Under 40 Alumni was invited by The Right Honourable Lord Mayor of Adelaide, Sandy Verschoor to the Adelaide Town Hall on Monday, June 30 for a creative networking session, discussing city experiences and why they choose to live and work in the City of Adelaide.
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Almost 150 people attended Tonsley Innovation District for the final Tonsley Connections networking event of the year.
Guests gathered in the Stone and Chalk hub at Lot Fourteen for InDaily’s 40 Under 40 Alumni Christmas drinks.
Guests attended the exhibition launch of Urban Cow Studio’s annual Art Prize. The exhibition runs until December 28.
A community of care providers attended Uniting Care Wesley Bowden for the launch of a new medical service to help Adelaide’s homeless.