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A MAN has been rescued and reported for disorderly behaviour after becoming stuck on top of the Mall's Balls in Rundle Mall...Firefighters used a ladder to help the man climb down to safety, where police were waiting. The Kudla man, 28, who police
Mall Management Authority chairman Theo Maras will step down from the post on completion of the mall redevelopment next year...Mr Maras was a key figure behind the $30 million upgrade and in 2010, oversaw the extension of midweek trading to a 7pm
Even way back in the '50s and '60s there was a big amusement park in the city, on the roof of Cox Foys in Rundle Street (now Rundle Mall) with a giant Ferris wheel and other kid's games. As a kid I remember that Ferris wheel being a lo-o-o-ng way off
From soft coral to over-the-top tangerine, it will be the standout colour at the Rundle Mall spring summer parades which start today. "It's hard to find red or pink this season . . . there's lots of orange," Rundle Mall stylist Tamara Nicole said.
Hundreds attended a memorial service Saturday for 19-year-old Andrew Rundle at Bayside Church in Roseville. With goals of someday being a missionary, Rundle made it his dream to help people. And, even after he was diagnosed with a rare bone cancer
S flagship shopping centre, Rundle Place, has terminated the leases of three Canadian clothing brands, which it says owes more than $200,000 in rent. Point Zero, Joshua Perets and La Vie En Rose have shut down just six months after launching their
Place is a bustling evening destination known for its "playful" illuminated signs, enormous artworks hang across Twin St, and Austin St is a thriving student hub. These are some of the visions for laneways off Rundle Mall presented to a traders'
Mall faces a major challenge to attract more shoppers to its multi-million redevelopment with one in three South Australians saying they haven't visited the strip in the past year, a new survey reveals. Expensive parking, poor public transport
Council staff say they cannot remember the last time average rates bills fell. But behind the averages lies the catch that most ratepayers will still pay more. Homeowners are in line for an average 1.4 per cent drop and commercial ratepayers 2.2 per
Journey Invite friends to discover what they are reading by connecting to Facebook. Connect with friends on Facebook and start sharing new and exciting content. Spending figures down in SA for March Mike Smithson, 7News Adelaide April 4, 2013, 8:27