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Historian wins prestigious award

CRYSTAL BROOK - A local Crystal Brook woman has been acknowledged for years of dedicating her time and hard work towards oral history in...

Push-ups for mental health

PORT PIRIE - During the month of June, Lifeline Connect Port Pirie will be encouraging Port Pirie locals to push for better mental health...

Success on the western route

The Port Pirie Homing Society conducted a pigeon race from Kyancutta, on the Western route on Saturday, June 8. The distance to the winning loft...

Think before you spray

Following a dry May, good June rains are expected, but most grain producers across the state have been forced into dry seeding. The Department...

looking back: Port Pirie

NAME CHANGE TRIUMPH THE proponents of Weeroona Island have made their biggest triumph to date in the quest to have the coastal community’s name changed....

Frogs in focus for census

REGION - Green Adelaide and Landscape Boards across the state have partnered on the FrogWatch SA Seasonal Census to encourage citizen science and gather...

Trail marks another milestone

REGION - Hikers, mountain bikers and tourists will be able to traverse another part of the Remarkable Rail Trail after works were completed on...

Patch of theatre surprise

REGION - Patch Theatre will bringing the magic of theatre to classrooms across the Mid North in June with its show, Spark: Glow and...

Street Talk What is your favourite winter food?

What is your favourite winter food?

Port city to the NBL

PORT PIRIE - Teenager Lilli Maywald has taken a huge leap forward in pursuit of her dreams of playing basketball in the USA with...

Fifty years of dedication

Two Nyrstar employees have been acknowledged and recognised for their 50 years of dedicated service to the company. Mick Camporeale and David McPherson started at...