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More than 600 young people will gather in Norwood this week to talk about life and growing up in the eastern suburbs of Adelaide.
Pepper Street Arts Centre is pleased to host its latest exhibition, courtesy of Tutti, entitled Quirky, Weird and Wonderful.
Burnside Council has endorsed a $5m capital upgrade to the Glenunga Reserve to proceed to further community feedback.
Burnside Council is seeking feedback on a proposed $5.3m upgrade to the Burnside Swimming Centre.
The City of Burnside is conducting its annual collection of Hard Waste from residential properties. The program commences 22 April 2013 with weekly collections occurring across the City throughout April and May.
The City of Burnside’s Pepper Street Arts Centre will host a display of art by graduate students from Marden Senior College.
The City of Burnside is reviewing the Dog and Cat Management Plan to encourage responsible pet ownership of both cats and dogs throughout the community.
Drivers on Greenhill Road may notice a large River Red Gum located opposite the intersection of Greenhill Road and Tusmore Avenue that has had its canopy and main limbs lopped. This tree was found by arborists conducting routine safety inspections to be structurally unsound and the works were undertaken to protect public safety.
Three hundred and fifty teenagers from across Eastern Adelaide will come together at the Adelaide Festival Centre to learn how to cope with life’s challenges, at Get the Drift! on Monday 7 March 2011.
The Regal Theatre, formerly the Chelsea Cinema, is having a facelift.
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