A new Development Plan for Adelaide?

1839 line drawn map plan of Adelaide and North Adelaide

If elected, I will work to build a new consensus among stakeholders – to create better certainty and guide better quality development – quality that both respects and protects our built heritage and looks forward – to make Adelaide city a character-rich place for all South Australians. We must encourage tomorrow’s heritage today – a … Read full article

Mike Rann Endorses Greg Mackie

Greg Mackie is an outstanding leader who, for decades, has been driven by a commitment to serve the people of Adelaide and South Australia. Greg is a person of the highest integrity. In a range of different roles, I have always found him to be honest, inclusive, and a highly intelligent and strategic thinker. His … Read full article

Funding for Success – Local Precinct Main Streets Reform

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We need a new model for enhanced assistance to local precincts to foster place-specific main-streets local precincts’ competition and better-resourced coordination. Combined with turbo-charging Renew Adelaide’s efforts at transforming vacant shop-front and upper level activation. Background As a Central Ward trader (Imprints Booksellers) I spent decades activating and delivering value beyond my own business through … Read full article

Greg Mackie on Marriage Equality

The message pod logo – peas in a pod that also look like speakers and wear headphones.

He’s long been a champion of South Australia’s arts sector, has been Deputy Chief Executive of the Department of Premier and Cabinet, was founder of the Adelaide Festival of Ideas, but he’s also a passionate advocate for human rights. Greg Mackie spoke with The Message Pod podcast about gay rights and the hot topic of … Read full article