The Flinders University lecturer, who is originally from France, has started a six-month campaign – South Australians in France – to uncover the WWI artefacts stashed away in people’s drawers and boxes. He hopes to reconnect families with the stories of their loved ones who served and create an interest in war history. “Australians are very mobile… and when people move from one place to another, a lot of this stuff gets thrown away,” Mr Fathi says.
COUNCILS and the State Government have called for a major parking study in the area surrounding the former Mitsubishi site at Tonsley, including St Marys, as residents complain about the worsening impact on their streets. Renewal SA, Marion Council, Onkaparinga Council, Flinders Medical Centre and Flinders University have already agreed to be part of the study, to be conducted by Oxigen, which is managing the redevelopment of the Tonsley site.
More than a year after Mitcham Council announced its intention to open buildings at the station – possibly as a cafe or art gallery – it will again call for expressions of interest from people keen to revitalise the spaces. The council first sought expressions of interest in July last year and met with interested parties over September and October.
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