Blyth bounces into Christmas

The weather was idyllic on Thursday, December 21 for the Blyth Christmas Street Carnival which drew one of its largest crowds to the night. The event saw a bigger and better jumping castle, while a craft table nearby greeted the youngsters and certainly kept them occupied during the night. The usual fancy dress competition was […]

Clare production the real McCoy

FOR the last nine years, Clare Uniting Church has produced a Christmas drama production which features in our Christmas worship services. It involves most of our children and youth and a few adults each year – this year a cast of 46 performed ‘Jed and Roy McCoy’ which we adapted (a lot) from a book […]

Amy aims for a challenge

Balaklava’s Amy Langdon is excited about what her future holds as she heads off to university to study medicine this year. After completing her Year 12 studies last year, with an ATAR of 97.65, Amy is the dux of Balaklava High School for 2017. She studied English Literary Studies, Mathematical Methods, Physics, Biology and Research […]

Rollicking Riverton Christmas fun

Perfect weather saw a large crowd gather at Riverton oval for the annual Christmas Carnival on December 22. Delicious food, fun games, market stalls, activities and fellowship ensured people of all ages thoroughly enjoyed the evening. Master of Ceremonies, Matthew Greenslade, kept the crowd up to date with activities while his offsider, audio technician, Mike […]

Earl top citizen of Adelaide Plains area

This year’s Australia Day service will be held at Dublin on Friday January 26 for the Adelaide Plains Council region. Veteran Adelaide Plains Country Fire Service volunteer, Phillip Earl, has been named the 2018 Citizen of the Year, with an historical project by the Two Wells RSL taking out the Community Project of the Year […]