Provision of health professionals for regional areas will be boosted with federal government funding to support the Rural Clinic School in Whyalla.
Thursday, May 4 marks the kick-off for the 2017 season of Auskick.
The Roxby Downs Community Foodies class of 2017 graduated last Wednesday at the Roxby Downs Community Youth Centre.
Lana “Miss Lana” Chamberlain has been the heart and soul of the Roxby Academy of Dance (RAD) for the past seven years.
With 22 registered players and additional family members jumping on board, the Roxby Downs Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) Auxiliary’s recent poker run was a great day out.
Term one at Roxby Downs Area School (RDAS) has been jam-packed for students and teachers alike.
Tourism to the historic town of Farina will be boosted with a $63,000 grant under the State Government’s Upper Spencer Gulf and Outback Futures program.
Key stakeholder Chris Larkin, Chairperson of the Kokatha Aboriginal Corporation, strongly supports the link road proposal.
St Barbara’s Parish School celebrated Holy Week – the week on the Christian calendar preceding the Easter weekend – with a number of special services last week.
Rubbish continues to be dumped illegally in and around Roxby Downs, causing an environmental issue, looking unsightly and raising the ire of local residents.
With the cooler weather soon to set in it’s time for junior footballers to dig out their boots and pump up their footballs.
Support is growing for a new road linking the Borefield Road directly to Andamooka, throwing a vital lifeline to the small historic outback town.
Students from St Barbara’s Parish School took the competition in their stride at the South Australian Primary Schools Amateur Sports Association (SAPSASA) carnival on April 6.
In a nod to our local history, Roxby Downs’ ANZAC Day commemorations will have a special mining theme when they are held next Tuesday.
A group of Roxby Downs Motocross Club (RDMXC) riders returned from the recent first round of the South Australian Motocross State Titles with impressive results.
Representatives from a number of sporting groups, as well as interested parents, attended two training sessions held by Mike Fenwick last week.
While Andamooka may be known for its tight-knit community and resilience, things have been especially tough there for the last five years.
Past and present volunteers, supporters, staff and their families came together to celebrate Arid Recovery’s 20th birthday over the weekend.