A local Roxby Downs indigenous employment recruitment company plans to branch out of its mining industry roots in the near future.
The Red eARTh Festival Committee has put a call out to local artists and musicians, asking them to put their hand up for the two week festival in August.
The Woomera Hospital is expected to remain open for at least another year, following the announcement of a further $1.3 million in funding from last week’s Federal budget.
The scrapping of the Howard Government’s ‘Baby Bonus’ scheme has received mixed reaction from Roxby Downs mothers.
Locals will be involved in producing a community book about Roxby Downs as part of Library Information Week this week.
Round Four was a memorable one for a number of milestones.
Two great playing milestones were achieved with Cameron “Greeny” Green playing his 100th for the Devils, and Michael “Poddy” Howard playing his 50th for the Miners, with both teams playing to the occasion.
The Minerals Resource Rent Tax (MRRT) has come in substantially short at the announcement of the 2013 commonwealth budget.
Reports of increased mice numbers in town has sparked concern, however Pest Control officer Travis Hague said the vermin’s ‘reappearance’ is simply seasonal.
The 12th Royal Flying Doctors 4WD Tag Along Tour raised $1,142 for the RFDS Auxiliary recently.
The newly formed Roxby Downs Engineers Australia group will meet in June with guest speaker Mark van den Enden leading a talk about Building Information Modeling (BIM) platforms.
The National Mainstreet Australia Conference, held in Melbourne this week, included a surprise announcement.
An annual renewal of Roxby Council’s radio transmission licenses has seen a change in frequency.