AN ESTIMATED 500 people turned out at Greenock Oval on Sunday for the fifth annual Veteran and Vintage Run.
GAWLER Aboriginal health leader Mary “Mullamar” Graham was instrumental in fostering reconciliation in the north, and now she has a major road named after her.
THE final, seventh, stage of the Murray Street upgrade project has received a further financial boost from the Federal Government.
FOR eight innings the Gawler Rangers fought valiantly and led against Woodville with time running out, but after an extra frame was played, its 5-3 lead ended up as a 5-9 loss in division two baseball.
NURIOOTPA is sitting in first place of the Barossa & Light Bowling Association’s Thursday division one competition after a strong 78-48 win against the visiting Angaston.
SANDY Creek was the only Barossa & Light Cricket Association A1 side to record a positive result in round one with its 67-run one-day win over Greenock as the three remaining games washed out for draws
A LOCAL politician was recently honoured by Prime Minister Scott Morrison for many years of service to the Liberal Party. Cosi Costa – president of the Liberal Party Light branch and vice president of the Federal local branch of Spence – received the Meritorious Service Award from the PM during an Adelaide ceremony last month. […]
A LOCALLY-led research project will study the clinical data of koalas injured in last summer’s bushfires, to give them the best possible chance of survival and recovery in future disasters.
AN Evanston Park World War II veteran recently received a top honour for his service.