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Our recovery

In July 2020, our Elected Members endorsed our COVID-19 Recovery Framework, which mapped out the innovative way we planned to support our community to take the lead in recovery from the impacts of the global pandemic. Twelve months on, we…

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Green is the new black

A trial of an electric waste collection truck has begun as part of a joint-council waste contract between Cleanaway and the Cities of Adelaide, Charles Sturt, Marion and PAE. The trial will investigate the feasability of maintaining a consistent and…

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BUSINESS

Buy Local Event – 16 September

An opportunity to hear about Government procurement opportunities available to local businesses.  We have a number of significant projects coming online over the next 12 months. But what does it take to be a supplier and what are the opportunities? Join…

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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

Shut the front door

We get the impression that many of the pets of PAE have enjoyed having their owners at home more over the last few months. With families spending more time at…

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Weekly News Updates

You can tune in each Monday for our weekly news video for news and updates on the latest projects, services and events. View the videos from our homepage or via…

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Spring into action

All champions have to start somewhere! Strap on your boots as Growing for Gold returns from 26 September to 25 October this year. It is an opportunity for young people…

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Come out and play

We have 128 playgrounds across the city and each year we maintain these, upgrade some and completely replace others. How we plan this is based on many factors including the…

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Shanx very much

Big things are happening at our popular Regency Park Golf Course. We will be working in partnership with recently appointed course managers GreenSpace to expand and create what is set…

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Building boxes for birds

Members of the Regency Community Men’s Shed are back in action after a short closure due to COVID-19. They have been building birdhouse boxes that will be set up in…

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Anchors away

Australian Naval Infrastructure are well on the way to completing the largest ever infrastructure investment of its type in Australia’s history, and it’s right here in the City of PAE.…

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2030 here we come

Our City Plan was first adopted in 2016, and a lot has certainly happened since then. During May and June this year, we invited our residents, businesses and visitors to…

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On the beach

We have many paths right along the foreshore to help people access the beach. In addition to this, we also have beach access mats that sit on some of these…

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Amy is out on the road

Community Library Outreach Officer Amy has been with the City of PAE Libraries for just over 12 months. Working for the Libraries has allowed Amy to combine her love of…

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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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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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