Items filtered by date: September 2019
YORKE Peninsula’s community and sporting groups benefit greatly from the Yorke Peninsula Field Days.
AUSTRALIAN Education Union members will continue their rolling work stoppages this week and next as they call for improved conditions for public schools and preschools in South Australia.
SUEZ is inviting groups to apply for grants up to $15,000 to help build more sustainable communities.
Fundraising gala event for ovarian cancer research
A GALA event is bringing people together to celebrate an amazing life and help fund research into the deadly disease that took it away far too soon.
SPRING sparks snake breeding season, so the Department for Environment and Water is warning people to be snake aware.
LOCAL clubs are urged to apply for funding through the state government’s Active Club Program, particularly if they want defibrillators.
AFTER an association with Troubridge Island spanning almost 50 years, including 26 years as lessees of the island’s cottages, Chris and Judy Johnson, of Edithburgh, have retired.
SHADOW Minister for Tourism Zoe Bettison has raised concerns about the future of funding for regional tourism organisations.
FROM humble beginnings in Moonta to starting a new life living and working overseas, Emma Hatcher has taken the agricultural world by storm.
ARDROSSAN Community Hospital aged care now has a wheelchair-accessible bus to give residents more freedom and independence.