This weekend’s Noble and Sons four person Ambrose will donate all money raised at its annual event to the family of deceased local man, Scott McKay.
After years of battling with unfair off-grid power price hikes, Coober Pedy may have found a solution to their energy woes – with the recent proposal of a hybrid solar and wind power station by current power supplier EDL.
Roxby Downs businesses were given an insight into what to expect from the judges at this year’s Roxby Downs Business Awards when BFESC (Business Forum Executive Steering Committee) and awards judge John Rejack held an information session last Thursday.
In an important game for Olympic Dam in their pursuit of the valued double chance they were able to have a convincing win against the struggling Andamooka side.
Sensis is looking for Roxby Downs or Andamooka’s is ‘community star’ to be on the front of the next White Pages book.
The wider community and local school children will be given the opportunity this week and next to have their say on the future of playgrounds around Roxby Downs, with the Coffee, Cake and Consultation sessions launched today.
The SANFL Intra State championship was flooded with Roxby Downs junior footballers last week.
The recent removal of the carbon tax will see immediate benefits for Australian families by about $500 a year, according to Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey.
Transpacific Industry Groups have been a part of the Roxby Downs Community Postie Bash since its beginning and has jumped back on board as a major sponsor for its second event running this year.
The community library was a buzz with activity through the school holidays, with the holiday activities program for kids, story circle and just the library in general proving very popular.
The Roxby Downs Library was awarded the first ever Jim Crawford Award for Initiative in Library – encouragement award, for Excellence in Community and Multicultural learning at a ceremony in Adelaide last week.
Andamooka local Daph Gillings fundraised for the Animal Welfare League (AWL) in style recently, by holding a fully-fledged Christmas in July celebration at her home.
St. Barbara’s School are taking advantage of the upcoming Nation Tree Day (NTD) this Saturday and will use it to try and resurrect their existing school garden.
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The draft program for the tenth GMUSG/SACOME Resource Industry Conference and Trade Expo has now been released, featuring some of South Australia’s key leaders together with critical producers and developing projects in our exciting mining and oil and gas sector.
A new bill was passed by the Federal Government last week that will see the Woomera Prohibited Area opened for mining, with an expected $35 billion in minerals located in the area.
Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey welcomes funding through the Regional Arts Fund to bring a wide range of cultural activities to communities throughout the electorate.
Roxby Downs netballers were represented in every division at the Regional Academy Championships at ETSA Park in the school holidays.
‘Uplifting and energetic’ performers Sol Nation will headline this year’s World Food and Music Festival on Saturday, October 25.
Roxby Downs Area School, St Barbara’s Parish School and BHP Billiton have combined forces to promote wellbeing to local students and parents in the first ever community Wellbeing Week.