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Citywide park lands booze ban knocked back

The State Government has rejected a request from the Adelaide City Council to ban the consumption of alcohol at all times in the park lands, after the majority of respondents to the council’s own consultation claimed the idea was “discriminatory and racist”.

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Southern Cross Arcade and the neighbouring heritage-listed Sands and McDougall building on King William Street. Photo: Tony Lewis/InDaily
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Another city heritage site under demolition threat

The developer behind a proposed 15-storey office tower to replace King William Street’s Southern Cross Arcade has been forced to put its plans on hold while the State Government considers granting an adjoining local heritage-listed art deco building – which would be demolished under the plans – state heritage status.