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Road to Roxby exhibition opening tonight

Roxby Downs local Halley Argue’s art exhibition ‘Road to Roxby’ is opening at the Roxbylink Art Gallery tonight. The works on display feature photographs from Miss Argue’s adventures around the region, as well as detailed pieces in pen and watercolour, inspired by the local flora and fauna. Miss Argue is currently studying...

Florence Street in Port Pirie closed for construction

  The Port Pirie Regional Council wishes to remind the public that Florence Street including the Norman Street and Alexander Street roundabout will be closed until the end of the weekend. The streets are closed to allow for the laying of bitumen which is part of the final phase of construction for...

Public invited to a river walk along the Wakefield River

Natural Resources Northern & Yorke is inviting all residents to join members of Upper Wakefield Landcare this Sunday, 28 May for a river walk along the Wakefield River. The morning event will begin at Centenary Park in Auburn with a free sausage sizzle at 10am, followed by the walk at 10.30am...

Whyalla City Council seeks feedback on use of open space land

Whyalla City Council is seeking feedback on the possibility of utilizing a section of land along Arthur Glennie Drive for commercial development purposes. The council has received a number of enquiries from business and development proponents interested in leasing a section of council owned land positioned next to the Whyalla sub-station...

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea in Clare

The Clare & Gilbert Valley Council invites you to head along to the Saddleworth Library & Community Centre tomorrow for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea. Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is a national initiative run by the Cancer Council Australia that helps raise needed funds for vital cancer research, prevention programs and advocacy...

Flag raising ceremony to kick off National Reconciliation Week

A special flag raising ceremony will be held in Whyalla tomorrow to celebrate and build upon the respectful relationships shared by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians. In recognition of National Reconciliation Week, Whyalla City Council, in conjunction with local Indigenous partners, is holding a special flag raising...

Port Augusta student awarded 2017 Horizon Scholarship

Local university student Amelia Gibson has been announced as one of 15 recipients of the annual 2017 Horizon Scholarship, an initiative of the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC), in partnership with industry sponsors. Fifteen Horizon Scholars were announced this week following an extensive judging process focused on the applicants’...

Food & Beverage Development Fund applications now open

The Clare & Gilbert Valley Council encourages locals who want to further their career in the food and beverage industry to apply for the Food & Beverage Development Fund. The Food & Beverage Development Fund provides financial assistance of between $1000 and $10,000 per successful applicant to further skills and knowledge...

Port Pirie local honoured at Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards

Port Pirie local Viv London was honoured with the Excellence in Leadership Award at the Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards earlier this month. The South Australian Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards are held annually recognises and acknowledges the significant contribution that nurses and midwives make to their professions and the wider...

Whyalla Ripples Support Group receive a $500 donation

Whyalla Ripples Support Group has been awarded a $500 donation from the Whyalla Singers’. The money was raised at the Whyalla Singers’ 25th Anniversary Concert which was held back in March. Musical director Roslyn Barker said the concert was so successful they wanted to share some of its success by donating money...