A LOCAL six-year-old has come up with a fun and creative way to help those affected by recent bushfires.
VOLUNTEERS of the Willo’s Men’s Shed have done their part to support the rehabilitation of Kangaroo Island after devastating bushfires ravaged the region earlier this month.
A LOCAL primary school girl has turned a tough time for her family into something positive, cutting off her long hair to create wigs for chemotherapy patients and raise money for cancer research.
LYNDOCH Country Fire Service (CFS) volunteers have been emotionally thanked by a Cudlee Creek family whose home they saved during December’s devastating bushfire in the area.
LYNN Martin has been an inspirational leader of Xavier College and the wider community for 16 years and will be recognised as such, this Australia Day.
A SEA of purple shirts will standout at Barossa’s upcoming Australia Day event as the Barossa Area Fundraisers for Cancer join with the wider community in congratulating and celebrating one of their own.
WILLIAMSTOWN’S Ollie Sharp has been able to use her talents as a self-taught musician and song writer to the benefit of others.
MUNNO Para resident Graham Johnson was diagnosed with terminal motor neuron disease (MND) in 2019, and has begun a new campaign to raise funds and awareness of the illness.