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The art of inclusion

One Saddleworth local has volunteered her time to create an artwork, expressing the importance of inclusiveness in sport, at the local bowling club. Merilyn Highet,...

Ovarian awareness as cancer loss lingers on

Ovarian cancer continues to be the deadliest form of the disease for Australian women, who are urged to be familiar with the symptoms before...

Anzac spirit runs in the family

A young Balaklava student is getting ready to travel to Vietnam after keeping the story of her relative's service to Australia alive, and earning...

Historic pub makes a comeback

Country pubs are becoming rare birds, memories of a bygone era. For an enterprising trio of investors in Tarcowie, the restoration of the local pub...

Korunye’s Kai-Leigh commended

An inspiring Adelaide Plains local has been nominated for a national award aimed at celebrating young individuals who drive grass-roots initiatives that add long-term...

Woollen wedding dressmaker reaches final

A Mount Remarkable resident has been announced as a finalist for Australia's leading accolade for acknowledging the essential role women play in rural industries,...

Shorthanded Scouts’ community callout

Balaklava has one of the longest running scout groups in South Australia, but a steady decline in participation since its heyday several decades ago...

Going the distance for mental health

A Clare Valley man has undertaken a challenge set to push him to his limits in the name of mental health. Beginning on February 3,...

Awakening Wakefield

Wakefield Regional Council is aiming to further meet goals in attracting people to live and work within the council area, as gradual progress continues...

Sunny weekend fundraiser

Those driving through Freeling may have seen an unexpected ray of sunshine over the weekend, with the Barns of Freeling planting a surprise crop...

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...