THE Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) is investigating the possibility of bringing forward a plan to construct a roundabout at the Womma and Stebonheath roads intersection, near Penfield.
GETTING local men to speak openly about male mental health issues, and letting them know it’s okay to talk about their problems, is the long-term goal of Andrews Farm’s Chris Herbert.
FEDERAL opposition leader Bill Shorten has faced the music in Playford Council’s heartland as ABC’s popular political panel show Q&A came to Elizabeth this past week.
INTEREST in rugby is continuing to grow in the northern suburbs, with a local club fielding its first competitive women’s side in more than a decade.
DOGS have always been man’s best friend, and now students from a local school are having their educational life changed for the better thanks to their new furry classmate.
PLAYFORD Bowling Club members are hoping their newly-opened undercover bowls facility will serve as the catalyst for the sport’s growth in the north, and see an influx of younger players joining the club. The new $7 million facility is located on Goodman Road, in Elizabeth, and features three undercover synthetic bowling greens, as well as […]
MEMBER for Taylor Jon Gee has labelled Playford Council’s attempt to shift the responsibility of Curtis Road to the State Government as a “cop-out”.
THE Department of Defence does not believe that cancer-causing toxins found within groundwater at the RAAF Edinburgh base is a community health concern, despite expanding its investigations at the site.