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.
ANGLE Vale residents have officially launched a petition to lobby the State Government to provide adequate stormwater infrastructure and kerbing to a section of road within the township.
RUGBY League in the northern suburbs was given a glowing recommendation by one of the sport’s most recognisable figures when he visited Eyre Sports Park last week.