Sabu to debut new Clare art house

“It is about making art a part of people’s lives and giving them some sort of recognition of being in the community. “The idea was to do 26 portraits in 26 weeks, although it’s taken just a few weeks longer, but there will be 26 portraits hanging in The Art House for the exhibition.” Also […]

Cool change calms Emu Flat flare concerns

Cooler weather has been welcomed this week as Clare was again on high alert last Thursday (February 8) with the reignition of the Emu Flat bushfire six days after the initial incident. The Emu Flat bushfire has now been classified as controlled. Thursday’s high risk fire conditions proved true to expectations, and an “ember attack” […]

Steve an asset for CGVC

After 30 years of experience in local government in Adelaide, Steve Watson found a tree change in the Clare Valley and has taken up a role as Asset Technical Officer with the local council. Mr Watson moved to Leasingham to be with his partner, Jackie, two years ago but commuted to the city, spending weekends […]

Zweck in company of top trainers

BLYTH local, Emily Zweck, is a finalist in SA Sports Medicine Association Young Sports Trainer of the Year. Emily is a trainer with the Blyth Snowtown Football Club and the Adelaide Crows women’s team. The winner will be announced at the SASMA awards night on Saturday, February 24 at the Stamford Plaza in Adelaide. Nominated […]

New CEO for local Council

New Clare & Gilbert Valleys Council Chief Executive Officer Dr Helen Macdonald had a fiery welcome to the district on February 5 when Clare was on high alert following a bushfire which has taken more than a week to extinguish. Dr Macdonald is the former CEO of the Naracoorte Lucindale Council, prior to which she […]

Owen to revitalise language program

OWEN Primary School is one of eight government primary schools to receive a share of $40,000 to revitalise its Indonesian language program through digital communication with schools in West Java. As part of the E-Languages Sister Schools project, the funding will support South Australian schools to explore ways of communicating with 11 Indonesian schools via […]

Excellent metal recoveries at Ketchowla near Burra

Archer Exploration Limited has reported outstanding results from recent metallurgical test work conducted on drill samples sourced at the company’s 100 per cent owned Ketchowla Cobalt Manganese Project, located near Burra. The test work was undertaken in two stages: Stage one: desliming (removal of clays) and gravity separation to make a concentrate that could then […]

Telecommunications byte regional areas

The South Australian Council of Social Service (SACOSS) has released its latest ‘Cost of Living’ update that shows South Australians in regional areas are not getting the full benefits of the digital revolution. While expenditure on telecommunications in regional areas is less than Adelaide, regional consumers are getting around 30 per cent less value for […]