Rates for water and electricity in Roxby Downs have risen again, with the new charges coming into effect on January 1.
Local students could be given the chance to visit Canberra for the famous ANZAC Day parade as part of the 100 year anniversary celebrations in 2015.
The benefits of a new $476 million Industry Skills Fund will be felt across Grey with Australian businesses now able to apply for support to boost the skills of their workforce.
Arid Recovery will hold its annual trapping event next month in the aim to count the number of small mammals and reptiles inside its fences.
All BHP Billiton worksites became smoke free on January 1 and three weeks in everything is going well.
The Roxby Academy of Dance will start classes again next week and Miss Lana Chamberlain is happy with the numbers representing the academy this year.
With the Twenty20 final only two weeks away, a spot was up for grabs when Olympic Dam took on the Roxby Rogues last Friday night.
After 24 years of calling Roxby Downs home Sally Cormack has swapped the red sand for white beaches and taken on the principal’s role at Port Neil Primary School.
What started out as just another English assignment for local girl Emily Secker has now turned out to be the winning entrant in the ABC’s Heywire story competition for her region.
Four local footballers have been selected to train in the West Adelaide Under 16 squad.
BHP Billiton Olympic Dam may be forced to cut more jobs as it looks to further reduce costs as external factors continue to challenge the mining heavyweight.
Former locals Shaun and Christine Doran have won $10,000 after answering a simple question in a Smartline competition.
Laura Trotta has stepped down as Chairperson of the Business Forum after three years in the role saying it was time for some new ideas.
Following a successful pilot trial in 2014 St Barbara’s Primary School has received more funding to invest in iPads.