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'July 21, 2013 was a Saturday. The night-time neon dust had fallen across the square mile and Adelaide was just getting ready. The Hindley Street nightclub strip glittered and shone as the music began to play. Rundle Mall had been closed for a couple of hours by now and was empty except for those using it as a corridor to get from the upmarket cafes on Rundle Street to the bars on Hindley. From way up high, it would have all been a very pretty scene.' 

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    y separately published work icon Voiceworks Prime no. 95 Summer 2013-2014 16786105 2013 periodical issue 2013-2014 pg. 19-22
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