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The City of Unley will introduce rate rebate incentives to encourage mixed-use developments and greater economic activity in the heart of Unley, Unley Central.
The City of Unley has partnered with Unley Primary School, leading aged care provider ECH and the University of South Australia to deliver and evaluate ‘Forget Me Not’, an immersive program about dementia to 90 Year 4 and 5 students.
Together with Alliance Française and the French Embassy in Australia, the City of Unley will acknowledge the 100th anniversary of the Armistice of World War I, and celebrate the special relationship between Unley and Pozières, and France and South Australia, with a free concert featuring award winning French pianist, Maxime Zecchini.
The Unley Museum will become a one-stop-shop for rare movies and early TV memorabilia in February and March as part of the Adelaide Fringe.
After more than seven years as Mayor and an additional four years as a ward Councillor prior, Lachlan Clyne has stood down from his role as the Mayor of the City of Unley to focus on a career in state politics.
Unley Swimming Centre has launched its annual ‘Friday for a Cause’ initiative with funds raised this season going to Surf Life Saving South Australia’s (SLSSA) education program for migrants.
The City of Unley will be installing a new playground and smart technology at Heywood Park, improving safety and usability and reducing maintenance costs.
South Australia’s food, wine, fashion and cycling enthusiasts will all be invited to celebrate 18 years of success at the much-loved Unley Gourmet Gala street party on Tuesday, 16 January.
The City of Unley will cover the cost of licence training for four new recruits in an effort to remove barriers to volunteering with Council and attract new volunteers to assist with its popular community bus service.
New migrants are being offered a chance to improve their employment prospects via the City of Unley’s New Migrant Internship Program.
The City of Unley will have a-latte going on when the Double Shot Coffee Fiesta returns for a fourth year on Sunday, November 5.
The City of Unley has teamed up with Prospect based coworking enterprise Little City to provide a coworking space to help accommodate the area’s growing number of home-based businesses and local entrepreneurs.
Stage 2 of the premier cycling race will see the peloton set off from King William Rd at Bloomsbury St and travel 148.6km through the Adelaide Hills to Stirling on Wednesday, January 17.
A major project to upgrade Goodwood Road’s streetscape including the removal of stobie poles and undergrounding of powerlines, has been completed on time, on budget, and to an outstanding level of quality by the City of Unley.
The City of Unley has received an Age Friendly SA Grant from the State Government to establish a program to increase the awareness of dementia with school-aged students.
Unley Museum has won the Museums and Galleries National Award (MAGNA) for Best Permanent Exhibition for the second year in a row.
Thousands of South Australian kids are set to get very messy on April 27 for the City of Unley’s second Festival of Mud.
The City of Unley has tapped into the imaginations of children to help it design an upgraded playground at Unley Oval.
The second stage of Goodwood Road’s major revitalisation is set to start in December, with a local company selected to undertake streetscape upgrades between Victoria Street and the tramline.
The City of Unley’s dark secrets and strange occurrences are on display as part of a local museum exhibition being launched on Monday, October 26.
The City of Unley has awarded two local year 12 students $1200 towards developing their own business as part of the Council’s inaugural Fish Tank competition.
The Unley community, residents and traders are set to benefit from the highly-anticipated roll out of free public WiFi on both Unley Road and King William Road.
A new contemporary art exhibition titled MetaOrt opens at the Unley Museum, as part of the 2016 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival.
Unley Museum has won the MAGNA Award for Best Permanent Exhibition recognising its new exhibition, Unley: 200 Years of Change.
High profile adventurer, environmentalist and longtime Unley resident Tim Jarvis will headline a panel of speakers at Unley Town Hall on Sunday, June 5, as part of World Environment Day 2016.
The City of Unley is encouraging residents to take the pledge to improve their recycling and composting habits in an effort to reduce the Council’s waste costs by up to $100,000 per annum.
The City of Unley, in partnership with the Confucius Institute, will host Ni Hao Unley on Friday 1 April, from 3.30pm on Oxford Terrace.
A festival to celebrate nature, outdoor play and healthy childhood development will be hosted by the City of Unley next month.
The City of Unley’s much anticipated Double Shot Coffee Fiesta is returning for a third year as part of the 2016 Adelaide Fringe.
The City of Unley and Sturt Football Club are busily preparing for the thousands of people set to descend on Unley Oval for the Adelaide Crows first 2016 NAB Challenge game against the West Coast Eagles this Sunday.
Unley: 200 Years of Change and Rendering of Conception will be launched together
on Wednesday 17 February, 5-7pm at Unley Museum, 80 Edmund Avenue, Unley
by Deputy Mayor Michael Rabbitt.
The City of Unley will temporarily close both its library branches to complete the installation of a new collection management system.
Unley Swimming Centre will raise much-needed funds for Alzheimer’s Australia SA by trialling a new initiative, Friday for a Cause.
Adelaide’s foodies, fashion-forward, wine lovers and cycling enthusiasts will descend on King William Road for the annual Unley Gourmet Gala on Tuesday, January 19, 2016.
Temporary road closures will be installed to aid preparations and to provide a safe environment for both the Unley Gourmet Gala and the Stage 2 Start of the Santos Tour Down Under.
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