INCONTINENCE is a topic seldom discussed amongst women, with some enduring years of symptoms before finally seeking help.
TWENTY years after suffering a serious workplace injury, Rosemary McKenzie-Ferguson is on the verge of launching the world’s first community training and engagement package within the workers’ compensation industry.
COMMUNITY members expressed their concerns about cuts to multicultural grants at an information session hosted by Federal Member for Wakefield Nick Champion earlier this month.
PLAYFORD Council will establish a short-term community centre in Elizabeth Downs to provide better support for residents and assess the viability of developing a more
permanent facility in the future.
The centre, which will be located at the shopping precinct on Hamblynn Road, will be leased on a three-year basis at a cost of around $43,000.
LONG-STANDING Smithfield Plains resident Johannes Eijndhoven wants to know why his beloved Peachey Belt is without the proper signage and, so far, he has received no answers.
Mr Eijndhoven has been a long-time Peachey Belt advocate during his 40 years living in the area; 14 years ago he fought for the same signs to have a spelling error corrected after the word ‘Peachey’ was displayed without the ‘e’ (peachy).
CONSTRUCTION of the $16.6 million Stretton Centre will commence this month, with the new facility looking to transform employment opportunities in the northern suburbs.
SOUTH Australia risks losing one of its biggest collections of historic military vehicles if a museum in Edinburgh Parks fails to raise the funds needed to purchase its site from the current landowners.
YOUNG artists Kathryn Harris and Paige Zupanic were winners at the Northern Adelaide Medicare Local Reconciliation Art Competition last Tuesday.