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European wasp sightings reported in Clare

A tourist travelling through Clare was recently greeted by more than he bargained for, with European wasps reportedly invading a number of public spaces...

Tasmania’s game-changing irrigation scheme

I recently spent four days touring the Central Tasmanian North Coast and Midlands with a Pinion Advisory group of farmers. For the past 20...

Robbie recognised in Port Germein

Port Germein Progress Association presented its Australia Day Award recently to a resident who had done a lot for the local community. Local business owner...

Mallala memories shared at reunion

Ninety people attended the 69th Mallala and Districts Reunion held at St Helen’s Park, Prospect, on Sunday, February 11. Reunion Committee chairperson Jim Franks welcomed...

Coastal community consultation commences

Adelaide Plains Council is working with locals to plan for the future of Thompson, Parham, and Webb beaches, which are situated along the relatively...

Eudunda enrolments boosted

The 2024 school year has already been one to celebrate for Eudunda Area School, which has seen enrolments reach a number not seen in...

Food security surveyed

Food sustainability and security are topics at the forefront of many people's minds, and form the central concern of a study being undertaken in...

Spalding’s Sober Sam

The owners of a pub about 40 km north of Clare, where taxis and ubers dare not travel, are 18-months into an initiative aimed...

Mid North to receive rail crossing upgrades

A series of rail crossings throughout the Mid North are set to receive safety upgrades as part of the Australian Government’s Regional Level Crossing...

Gathering gives back

Groups across the Clare and Gilbert valleys have been the beneficiaries of a series of donations resulting from a surplus of funds generated by...

European wasp sightings reported in Clare

A tourist travelling through Clare was recently greeted by more than he bargained for, with European wasps reportedly invading a number of public spaces...