Brinkworth crier debuts at fair

The little Mid-North town of Brinkworth now boasts its own Town Crier with Yorkshire-born Graham Bales making his debut in the role at the Brinkworth Country Fair on April 7, welcoming visitors and spreading good will. Chair of Brinkworth Progress Association Inc., Norma Hardy, made his costume, which was inspired by those traditionally worn by […]

Brinkworth Art Exhibition success

The fourth annual Brinkworth Art Exhibition was held across the weekend with local art works featuring alongside a highlight of the exhibition, etchings and lithographs by world-renowned artists which were on loan from a local collector and art dealer. All up, almost 90 art works including a collection from local children at Brinkworth Primary School […]

Community Care Team grows

Increasing demand for home care packages has led Barossa Village to grow its Community Care team. Barossa Village is recognised as a regional leader in aged care and its growing Community Care team means it is positioned to offer a personalised service in the development of a tailored Home Care Package for its clients. “Home […]

Great results for class of 2017

The Burra Community School is proud to report on the success of the 2017 graduating class with 10 of the 11 students enrolled achieving great results at the end of their year 12 studies. As in the past, 100 per cent of the year 12 students successfully completed the compulsory SACE components – literacy, numeracy, […]

Clare Primary welcomes new faces

New receptions (back, from left) Madison Robson, Georgia Strong, Rafferty O’Shea, Narikan Merat, Evie Spurling, Angus Spurling, Daniel Mill, Caelan Worby, Lachlan Robson, Locky Furner, Cooper Hunter, Asha Zappone, Alec O’Shea, (second row) Liam Schutz, Melissa Henshaw, Rachel Cook, Lily-May Barp, Rubi Stevens, Mia Zanette, Dylan Schutz, Phoebe Hayes, Indigo Dixon, Holdyn Strong, Jack Carpenter, Alistair […]

SA Best bets on gaming policy

Opinion is divided on SA-Best’s proposed gaming policy, that is supposedly ‘all about a clear pathway of real, practical reform to transition the SA government and hotels from their poker machine dependence.’ But is this policy really going to help? The SA-Best plan will see a reduction in the number of poker machines while limiting […]

Owen Road works welcomed as crews dig in

WAKEFIELD Regional Council elected member, Peter Bowyer, has applauded vital works to the dangerous section of road between Owen and Hamley Bridge in recent months. Cr Bowyer flagged the treacherous stretch to then Assistant Treasurer, Chris Picton, who visited the area in October 2016. He told Mr Picton in no uncertain terms it was a […]

Drug bust nets 300kg of ice

• Police have arrested a man following the discovery of a hydroponic set up at Saddleworth on Saturday. Clare police attended at the Saddleworth home at about 1pm on Saturday, February 17 and located four cannabis plants being grown hydroponically in a rear shed. Officers also discovered electricity had been illegally diverted to the shed. […]