Local conservation initiative Arid Recovery has resurrected its three month intern program by selecting two participants, who began last week.
The Andamooka Sports Shooting Association’s (ASSA) second open day for 2016 which was due to take place on Sunday, was cancelled.
Copper production dropped 26 per cent for the September quarter at BHP Billiton’s Olympic Dam mine, partly as a result of the power outage late last month.
A smaller than expected crowd turned out to the latest Roxby Downs Business Forum Business Breakfast at the Roxby Downs Community Club last Wednesday morning.
Strength and Conditioning Coach Tony Checker is set to return to Roxby Downs for the fifth Coach and Athlete Excellence Program seminar next Monday.
Jae Grimston is the latest local hospitality worker to take on the UGLY Bartender fundraiser this year, as she represents the Roxby Downs Community Club in raising money for the Leukaemia Foundation.
St Barbara’s Parish School Principal Bernadette Lacey is one of five principals chosen across the State for the annual renowned 2016 John Laing Award, which will be presented in Adelaide today.
Local Police Officers Sam Corneliusen and Dan Bronca ventured to the Sunshine Coast to compete in this year’s Australasian Police and Emergency Services (APES) Games recently.
Nine local junior sporting clubs have been awarded a $250 Junior Development Grant through the Roxby Downs Sport and Recreation Forum.
Roxby Council and Acting Administrator Geoff Whitbread will hold a second public council meeting in as many months this afternoon at 4pm.
Olympic Dam and East Roxby have played out a thriller to open the Roxby Districts Cricket Association 40-over competition on Friday night.
Thirty-one of 32 electronic outback roads signs are now fully operational, following outages after severe weather in South Australia.
Around 20 people attended the blackout community de-brief meeting on Friday with mostly positive feedback coming from attendees.
South Australian Sporting Institute sports professionals Emma Mattey and Mike Martens returned to Roxby Downs last week, to continue to help develop local sporting groups.
Seven school records were broken as Eyre took out the Roxby Downs Area School secondary year’s sports day last week.
Only around 20 locals took the opportunity to have their say on the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission at a community engagement session in Roxby Downs last week.