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Embodied Landscape exhibition opens

The Embodied Landscape Exhibition opened last Saturday at Rainbow’s Turbo Gallery and Artist Residence. The exhibition features photos from Melissa Powell and Jeremy Kruckel, along...

All welcome at the 11th annual Vintage Rally

Jeparit is the birthplace of Australia's longest serving Prime Minister, Sir Robert Menzies. People might already know this, but did you know Jeparit is...

Work begins on levees

WARRACKNABEAL residents will soon notice changes in the areas surrounding the creek with construction of flood levees underway. The road construction works in Asquith Avenue...

Apex incentive awards open for nominations

The 2018 bi-annual Warracknabeal Apex Community Incentive Awards are now open for community groups and organisations seeking funds for projects. The club is currently advertising...

Researchers revisit carp hot spots

Researchers have revisited carp hot spots that are the target of carp removal work to find the pest is retaining a stronghold in Lake...

Celebrating 80 years of CWA in Beulah

THIS month marks the 80th Birthday anniversary for the Beulah CWA and members have celebrated in style. Nearly 60 guests, past and present members, and...

COUNCIL RELEASES DRAFT BUDGET YARRIAMBIACK

Shire Council has released its draft budget for 2018/2019 financial year on Wednesday during its monthly Council meeting. Yarriambiack Shire Council Mayor Graeme Massey said that...

Council supports community over laneway fence

At Hindmarsh Shire Council’s meeting last Wednesday, council voted in favour of declaring the laneway at the rear of the shops in Lloyd Street...

Draft budget adopted by council for public comment

At Hindmarsh Shire Councils monthly meeting last week, council approved the shire’s draft budget for the forthcoming financial year. Council will increase rates by 2.25...

Fire hydrant box finally removed

After many years of campaigning for the removal of the red fire hydrant structure that obstructed the view of the north end of the...