Adelaide Plains CWA dishing it up!

There’s an exciting community event coming up at Owen on Sunday, July 23 from 10am to 4pm to be held at the primary school. The event, hosted by the Adelaide Plains CWA branch, will feature celebrity chef, Simon Bryant, George the Farmer, Smokey the CFS koala, Youth Bus, a kids zone, stalls and lots more! […]

Geoff gets ‘hands on’ at Saddleworth

Saddleworth Primary School recently received a personal cheque of $400 from the Honourable Geoff Brock MP to go towards some school murals. Some time ago, the SRC (student representative council) decided some of the murals around the school needed a bit of updating so enlisted the help of Saddleworth artist, Kaye Langton. Kaye has spent a […]

Simos Bridge replaced

The well-used bridge on Hazeleigh Road, Saddleworth, spanning the River Gilbert, has been replaced, allowing free flow of grain trucks and other farm vehicles across this busy stretch of agricultural road. The work, constructing two box culverts to replace the old structure, was completed last week and has been welcomed by residents. The Clare and […]

Changes afoot for Rotary

The change-over for the Rotary Club took place at the Clare Aerodrome on Saturday night, with outgoing president, Bill Singleton, handing over the reins to Stephen Freeman. Prior to being a Rotarian, Stephen, and partner Debbie, were members of Rotaract in Tasmania, before moving to Clare for work. Among the attendees were mayor Allan Aughey, […]

Senior Citizens’ golden celebration

The Balaklava Senior Citizens club celebrated its 50th birthday last Friday with a lunch at the Royal Hotel. Club president, Joan Farley, welcomed those present, before cutting the delicious cake, made by member Janice Harding. The group is always busy, playing indoor bowls at the clubrooms (in front of Mill Court) every Tuesday at 1.30pm […]

The Dream becomes reality

After a series of heats and then semi-finals, the final of the 2017 Produce was run at the Gawler track on Sunday night, with all three placegetters coming from the Barossa. Trainer Jan Jones provided three of the finalists and Lauren Harris two runners, but there are no guarantees in the finals of classic races. […]

Futsal flyers put best foot forward

JAMESTOWN was filled with youthful futsal fanatics on Sunday at the Country Championships. The event was used as a selection stage for state teams, who will compete at the upcoming Craig Foster International, which will take place in the Gold Coast, Queensland in January. The Craig Foster Cup is Queensland’s most prestigious Futsal event. Fustal […]

CWA Sponge Making Night

Lower Light local Christobel Crabb gave members of the Two Wells CWA branch a master class in how to make the perfect sponge roll last month. Christobel, a long-time home cook and passionate baker, staged a step-by-step demonstration of the delicate process, with the Wells Girls members agreeing the sponge roll is easily one of […]

CDHA United’s runaway win

Clare United came out hard with a fast start and put Nuriootpa’s defence to the test a number of times, defending short corners, before breaking through in field play at the seven minute mark with a top goal finished by Thomas Lymburn. At the restart, Nuri tried to battle forward but United’s mid field and […]