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  • Hanging up the whistle

    Leigh Malcolm has stepped down as the Far North Football League’s umpire co-ordinator and coach after five years in the roles.
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  • Hundreds farewell ‘Parto’

    More than 1000 people attended Brian ‘Parto’ Partington’s funeral at the Tumby Bay football oval on Saturday, ahead of a local service to be held next week.
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  • Missile mission complete

    The Woomera Test Range held Australian-first weapons testing late last year with the use of an Advance Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS) 70mm laser-guided missile.  
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  • Two reasons for Scouts party

    The Roxby Downs Scouts had two things to celebrate at the Lions Park last Sunday – the birthday of Scouts founder Robert Baden-Powell and the introduction of a new group leader.
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Andamooka has set a number of club records on its way to its first win of the season over Hornridge on the weekend.

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Five fellowships totalling $125,000 will be offered to artists living and working in regional South Australia to help them further develop their practice.

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Locals had a chance to review and discuss draft plans (pictured above) for an upgraded community youth centre during the Coffee, Cake & Consultation session held at Dunes Cafe last Thursday.

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Coober Pedy will make its debut in the Roxby Downs netball competition this season, but plans on doing more than just make up the numbers.  

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CanDance for a Cure artistic director Rachael Adcroft and her team last week made their first-ever trip to Roxby Downs to hold auditions for the Adelaide event.

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Hanging up the whistle

Leigh Malcolm has stepped down as the Far North Football League’s umpire co-ordinator and coach after five years in the roles.

Read more....

More than 1000 people attended Brian ‘Parto’ Partington’s funeral at the Tumby Bay football oval on Saturday, ahead of a local service to be held next week.

Read more....

Tickets for a local screening of 50 Shades of Grey, to be held as a fundraiser for the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS), recently sold out within hours of being announced.

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Roxby Downs was treated to the MaxineK experience when she performed at Chives earlier this month.

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Missile mission complete

The Woomera Test Range held Australian-first weapons testing late last year with the use of an Advance Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS) 70mm laser-guided missile.  

Read more....


NetSetGo returns for 2015

Two programs teaching young children the importance of team work and physical activity are returning to Roxby Downs after making their debut last year.

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Reading about an Alice Springs man’s struggle to drive his partner to an Adelaide hospital for emergency treatment last week inspired a donation of more than $500 from Roxby Downs residents.

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The Roxby Community Postie Bash committee has delayed its annual general meeting until further notice, but is promising that this year’s event will go ahead.

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The Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) Roxby Downs Auxiliary is hoping to see strong community support at its upcoming annual general meeting.

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Roxby Council is about to move ahead with plans to upgrade the Curdimurka Playground after consulting with the community about the project last year.

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The Roxby Downs Scouts had two things to celebrate at the Lions Park last Sunday – the birthday of Scouts founder Robert Baden-Powell and the introduction of a new group leader.

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