UGLY bartender Beth Frankish has once again joined the Leukaemia Foundation’s UGLY Bartender of the Year fundraising campaign, with the hopes of smashing her 2015 total.
On a picture perfect sunny day, history was made in Birdsville on Sunday, September 4 with a female jockey and trainer duo taking out the main Birdsville Cup race for the first time in 134 years.
The Roxby Academy of Dance (RAD) students competed in their first ever national competition in Caloundra, Queensland on Monday and Tuesday this week.
Following her visit on Friday, UK’s Pen Green Centre founder and author Margy Whalley said Roxby Downs has the potential to build one of the best integrated child learning spaces in the State.
From competing in the Roxby Downs Golf Club Championship, to trying his hand at the British Open and US Masters golf tournaments, local man Wade Hooper has a busy few years ahead of him.
The first round of Government funding for upgrades and construction of female change rooms is now open, it has been announced.
The World Food and Music Festival is finally here with the highly anticipated biennial event to be held in Richardson Place this Saturday.
Applications for the fourth round of the Remote Airstrip Upgrade Programme are now open, giving isolated Australian communities the chance to improve current airstrip infrastructure.
The annual Kingoonya Hotel Main Street Cricket Match is ‘the game that stops the town’ - lyrically speaking – and will be held this year on Saturday, October 15.
Four house and property auctions were held in Roxby Downs last Thursday by locally based real estate agents Andrews Property.
Sixteen local students have been selected to take part in the second round of South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) testing in Adelaide this weekend.
In a bid to improve transparency, the Roxby Downs Council will for the first time ever hold a public council meeting in the council chambers boardroom on Wednesday, September 28.
Despite wet conditions and a last minute change of time and location, the Science for Saving Species launch ran smoothly on Saturday.
Following their unprecedented successes of the 2015-2016 racing season, sidecar speedway racing outfit, the Roxby Rockets are about to launch into action after six months away from the track.
The Wildlife Hotline has once again been ringing off the hook, as Roxby Downs prepares to enter another snake season.