TRINITY College students have returned from Cambodia after two weeks of helping the locals receive vital health care, and working with specialist mine clearers in the country’s rural areas.
A KAPUNDA graphic artist and 15 community volunteers are working on the latest addition to the ‘Kapunda Mural Town’ project, with two artworks being painted onto the town newsagency.
CHRISTMAS has come early this year for Nuriootpa six-year-old Archie Schiller, with his wish to be a part of the Australian cricket squad set to become a reality.
TWO Wells Primary School is excited to be ahead of the curve in the space education field, following the announcement last week an Australian space agency would be based in South Australia.
AFTER dedicating an incredible 2400 hours to clearing Para Wirra Conservation Park from weeds and invasive species, and inspiring others to join the cause, Gawler resident Phil Gillet has received recognition for his efforts.
PLAYFORD Lakes Golf Club users are “fed up” with people on motorbikes vandalising the course, after two incidents last week left the course’s greens damaged.
BAROSSA Wildlife Rescue’s Rose Brooks is aiming to raise funds at the Lyndoch Christmas Party and Show ‘N’ Shine this month, as she aims to keep the non-for-profit organisation going.
CONSTRUCTION of the Freeling Agricultural Multi-Purpose Centre is progressing quickly, with works set to be completed prior to the start of the 2019 Barossa, Light & Gawler football and netball seasons.