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A new age for older people

The University of the Third Age (U3A) is an international organisation that provides education and support for people aged over 50 who are retired or working less than 20 hours a week. The 200 members of U3A Inner North are…

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Food relief in PAE

While the COVID-19 pandemic has affected each of us in different ways, those living week to week or relying on casual work have been particularly affected. Local churches and food relief organisations have told us that they are seeing many…

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BUSINESS

Emergency cash grants

The SA Government has announced Round 2 of its Emergency Cash Grants for small businesses following consistent advocacy from Business SA to further support heavily impacted businesses through COVID-19. For the first time, the Government is offering $3,000 cash grants…

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PEOPLE

Port Adelaide football legend Darryl Poole knows that it is the people who make a place. Read his unique, motivational, inspiring and touching and articles of local people.

THE LATEST ARTICLES

Climbing the beanstalk

1001 Books Before School is an initiative aimed at children up to five years of age and their families and it starts today. Reading with your child for just 15…

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PAE Places – The Barker Inlet

The Barker Inlet The Barker Inlet is an estuary, a semi-enclosed body of water where the sea begins to mix with urban land freshwater runoff. Estuaries are a particularly sensitive…

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Making plans for PAE

Every year we create a draft Annual Business Plan and Budget. To prepare the draft documents, we access the most up-to date information about our community and consider what we…

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Community Wellbeing

A lot has changed for all of us over the last three months. Since the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak began, the Elected Members and staff of PAE have been working to…

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Our Seven Ways

For all of us the current global situation has brought about some changes to the way we live day to day, how we work and how we spend our free…

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Grey days made better

Residents in the Exeter area might have noticed some new community artworks that add a splash of colour to the streets. Local artist Karen Forde applied for permission to create…

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We’re all in this together

Over the past few months, there have been some changes to our State and Federally funded community services programs which support our older people and people with disability. However, we…

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Rising to the challenges

In light of all the changes that have been happening, and because it’s important to capture how we are adapting to the evolving state, national and global environment, we’ve made…

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We’re still here for you

Despite the changes that COVID-19 has brought, we are still operating across the organisation at our usual capacity, and in many cases doing even more to respond to and serve…

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Edu-tainment Opportunities

With the help of Zoom and social media, our library and community centre staff, and guest presenters have been delivering workshop style sessions on a range of topics. We’ve been…

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Torrens Island – PAE Past

Torrens Island is a long and narrow low-lying island in the Port River Estuary. It is completely disconnected from the mainland and bordered by narrow beaches and mangroves. Today, the…

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It’s online in PAE

Winter is coming, and although you might not be able to attend events and activities in the same ways, there are plenty of online opportunities to get involved. Zoom into…

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Supporting local

City of PAE businesses of all sizes have been hit hard by COVID-19 and continue to be. We’re proud of our many businesses that pivoted as the crisis unfolded, responding…

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Rates relief

We are aware that many people or business owners in our community are currently experiencing financial difficulty as a direct result of COVID-19. If this is the case for you,…

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Kaurna mural brings colour

Local Kaurna/Narrunga/Ngarrindjeri/Italian Artist Tony Wilson was commissioned to create a mural for Roy Marten Park, Taperoo to reflect the Kaurna history of the site. Tony, who was awarded the City…

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Keeping score

The scoreboard at Alberton Oval has adorned the south-eastern pocket for decades, watching over and keeping score over countless victories for Port Adelaide in that time. An independent engineer’s assessment…

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Creative kitchens

For the time being we are being encouraged to stay home and limit the number of visits we make to the shops. What better time to save some money, get…

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Fight fruit fly

Fruit fly can have a devastating impact on the South Australian horticultural industry. PIRSA are currently fighting multiple outbreaks within the City of PAE; in suburbs surrounding Rosewater, Blair Athol,…

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A jolt of energy

We are committed to sustainable transport and green energy in the City of PAE and are pleased to now have our first publicly available electric vehicle charging stations ready for…

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PAE for the course

Our three golf courses at Glanville, Valley View and Regency Park have restrictions in place to comply with social distancing, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t get out and…

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Click & collect

We are happy to advise that you can still borrow books, DVDs, magazines and puzzles from your local library. Place items on hold from any of our five City of…

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MRF Update

In August last year, we entered a partnership with the City of Charles Sturt and resolved to construct our own Material Recovery Facility (MRF). Our Councils are passionate about taking…

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Why waste it?

Being at home more has meant that many of us have been on a mission to sort out and tidy up our homes. This has meant lots of us have…

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