YOUNG musicians rocked out for charity in front of a capacity crowd at Education Through Inspiration Music’s mid-year concert in Elizabeth last week.
VIRGINIA residents are angry about the condition of Old Port Wakefield Road, which they say is dangerous to motorists.
Sections of the road, both north and south of Virginia, were flooded after recent heavy rainfall, with poor drainage causing water to pool in the roadway’s centre.
FUNDING to Playford Council’s Obesity Prevention and Lifestyle program has taken a hit after the Federal Government recently walked away from its $7.2 million commitment to the program.
PLAYFORD Council will implement a new commercial-rating strategy, aimed at reducing rates paid by the business sector by 68 per cent, once it achieves a budget surplus.
BHUTANESE and Burmese families living in Playford attended a northern area community expo in Salisbury late last month, to learn about employment, health and legal education.
STUDENTS and staff at Adelaide North Special School have settled into their new facility at Munno Para West, two months after relocating from their previous Elizabeth site.
CATHERINE McAuley School, Craigmore, celebrated the Heart Foundation’s ‘Go Red Day’ last week with zumba dancing, a movie presentation and special appearance from the Happy Heart mascot.
THE Elizabeth Football Club’s rooms have been revitalised by a $300,000 overhaul, courtesy of Playford Council.