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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

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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Rethinking waste

The average household in PAE produces 520 kilograms of general waste annually, and this weight may increase as people are spending more time at home. We’re encouraging everyone to rethink…

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PAE Places – Jack Watkins Reserve

Jack Watkins Reserve, Churchill Road, Kilburn In 1966, Jack Watkins migrated to South Australia from Manchester, UK with his wife and two sons. He worked in the construction industry and…

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Gone Fishin’

Our new Fish Feeders group is a fantastic way to enjoy a relaxed morning of fishing and crabbing on the picturesque Largs Jetty. Fishing is a great way to get…

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Fun in the sun

We announced last year that the Cities of PAE and Charles Sturt are collaborating to build a new state-of-the-art Material Recovery Facility (MRF) in Kilburn. This means we can take…

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Help our homeless

We care about the health and wellbeing of our community, and homelessness is a very real and significant problem that we are committed to addressing at the earliest possible stage.…

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Appy days with Libby

Libby is a public library app that allows you to access thousands of eBooks and audiobooks. You can borrow them for free, instantly, using the device in your hand with…

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Library school holidays

This holiday’s theme will be Active April – the library service wants to encourage activity in children and show some of the ways that this can be done. Join the…

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Stockade Park – PAE Past

Stockade Botanical Park, off Hoods Road in Northfield, is an oasis in a busy part of our City. The park was created in quarries adjacent to the Yatala Labour Prison…

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Calm after the storm

When we experience heavy rain downpours, stormwater from across Adelaide flows through the City of PAE on its way to the sea. Major infrastructure works over recent years have seen…

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Doggy day out

We’re committed to design and build public places that are safe, comfortable, accessible, well connected and with amenities for our people and their pets! We provide a range of public…

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Look to the lights

If you’re looking for a versatile space for an upcoming function or event, consider the Lights Community and Sports Centre in Lightsview. This versatile facility has a range of rooms…

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A new shed for mates

In February we officially opened a new Men’s Shed next to Enfield Community Centre, ready to play an important role in delivering health and wellbeing programs for men in our…

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Shine on you rough diamonds

As the Adelaide Fringe draws to a close for 2020, with only a handful of shows remaining, it’s worth reflecting on all the fun that the Fringe brings to PAE.…

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Everybody loves good neighbours

On her retirement, Pauline recognised that she had lost touch with her neighbours and community. The Peninsula resident signed up for one of the programs offered at the Lefevre Stadium…

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