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Heaven awaits Ern Heyne

Ern Heyne is looking forward to meeting the bloke he wrote about so many times in his Recorder columns.His journey will end in heaven with...

Pain behind the gains

Andrew Ward and his children have 100,000 reasons to be happy, but behind their smiles is the sadness of the loss of their wife and...

Graceful girls step out

Students from the local ballet school, Ballet Techniques, took to the stage at the Keith Michell Theatre.Students showcased examination work and contemporary and breakdance moves to...

Cash boost for gulf cities

A THIRD of the next Regional Development Fund (RDF) round will be specifically available to the Upper Spencer Gulf and outback.In Port Augusta on...

Seized drugs go up in flames

Marijuana, amphetamines and other drugs worth thousands of dollars have been destroyed.Flames consumed the illicit substances at the rubbish tip when police disposed of hundreds of drug...

Priya’s a world-beater

Priya Pavri is standing on the edge of the world with Port Pirie providing her foundation.The former John Pirie Secondary School student graduated from...

Ghost The Musical premieres at Adelaide Festival Centre

The supernatural power of love will take Australia by storm when the Broadway and West End hit Ghost The Musical, adapted from the Academy Award-winning...

Change the Story: New strategy launched to prevent violence against women, kids

Australia's first attempt at a national, evidence-based domestic violence framework was launched at Parliament House on Tuesday.Natasha Stott Despoja, chair of anti-domestic violence group Our Watch, said...

Bradman’s blast from the past

The world’s greatest batsman splashed the runs, but not the cash.Sir Donald Bradman showed himself to be frugal with money in a letter found in...

NRM Board releases draft business plan

The Northern and Yorke Natural Resources Management Board’s three-year draft business plan has been released for public consultation.The board works with communities to manage soil,...

Small school, bigger wins

Solomontown Primary School’s ‘Options’ class has taken out second prize in the Commissioner’s Digital Challenge in the Zoom Out category, beating out hundreds of...