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Daylight robbery

The vehicle of a prominent business owner in Two Wells was stolen in broad daylight from the carpark of his very own establishment on...

Round of forfeits before finals

Saturday proved to be a day of forfeits as the minor rounds came to a close in Lower North Junior Tennis. No matches were played...

Exclusive opportunities at Tasting Australia

The Tasting Australia 2024 program is set to highlight some of the best regional produce from across the state, including a series of events...

Love of art on display

The Balaklava Courthouse Gallery recently opened its first exhibition of 2024, ‘Art and Us’ with committee members of the gallery revealing how they got...

Bingo start of Christmas fundraising

Port Wakefield Events Committee has started the road to this year's Christmas Event with the return of its monthly Bingo events on Friday evening. About...

Back-to-back, Ross rewarded

Balaklava High School held its annual Swimming Carnival at the Balaklava Swimming Pool on Friday, February 9. This year’s results mirrored last year, Ross...

Ways to improve road quality

OUTBACK - Primary producers, industry and community groups, and government agencies met in Port Augusta recently, to discuss the management and maintenance of the...

Neighbourhood Watch calls out for members

Clare’s Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) group is in desperate need of new volunteers, with ageing members concerned it may have to fold if it is...

Liberals hot under collar about climate policies

Concerns about climate change policies and questioning the science of it all were the main talking points at an event organised by the Balaklava...

Owenites making a splash

Several Mid North locals are swimming a significant distance over the course of this month to raise money for one of Australia’s broadest reaching...

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...