ONE Australian is left standing at the at this year’s City of Playford Tennis International men’s competition, with the local talent in the women’s competition yet to have a chance to shine.
A YOUNG mother has lost her newly-renovated home after a suspicious fire gutted the Elizabeth East property on Sunday morning.
NURSES and midwifes at the Lyell McEwin Hospital have put their used and unwanted handbags to good use, filling them with essential items to be donated to women who are doing it tough over Christmas.
PARENTS of northern suburbs children on the autism spectrum are making use of a new state-of-the-art sensory and social space in Elizabeth.
UPGRADES to Black Top Road are back in the spotlight after a fatal crash at Gould Creek claimed the life of a 29-year-old driver on Thursday night.
A PUSH for the construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Curtis and Heaslip roads in Angle Vale has received a major boost.
PLAYFORD residents are calling for a swift end to the Mal Hemmerling bullying scandal that has left the $366,287 a year council chief executive suspended on full pay.
DOZENS of Gawler locals attended the Gawler Aerodrome on Friday to pay tribute to a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) favourite.