MALLALA Primary School students travelled to Port Parham on Monday to participate in tree planting to support the conversation of coastal areas.
GAWLER resident Jeff Turner received an Order of Australia Medal on the Queen’s Birthday public holiday for his service to community history.
BAROSSSANS were invited to share their thoughts on the protection of water quality ahead of the opening of the Warren and South Para Reservoirs later this year.
GAWLER View Club is urging the community to help disadvantaged Australian children break the cycle of poverty by supporting The Smith Family’s 2019 Winter Appeal.
GAWLER councillor Ian Tooley and four Gawler Youth Advisory Committee members attended the three-day International Climate Reality Training Conference in Brisbane earlier this month, led by former United States vice president Al Gore.
A GROUP of Barossa volunteers are collecting milk containers and water bottle caps to help create prosthetic limbs for disadvantaged children throughout India and other developing countries.
BAROSSA Farmers’ Market stallholders, board members and volunteers gathered at the Vintners Shed in Angaston on Friday to mark the completion of new toilet facilities.
NURIOOTPA High School year 11 student Angie Couzner attended a reception at Government House in Adelaide on Thursday after being named a recipient of the Dame Roma Mitchell scholarship.