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Caravaning numbers hold their ground

The Caravan Industry Association of Australia has welcomed statistics that show despite rising outbound international travel numbers in the baby boomer market in December,...

Pharmacists’ palliative care pilot

A new study at the University of South Australia has found that including a pharmacist in a regional palliative care team can help alleviate...

Grants for Citizen Science

A new Citizen Science Fund valued at $1.31 million will help 10 large-scale projects across South Australia to improve our understanding of the environment...

Anzac march on Sunday

There will be a something special happening in the streets of Victor Harbor as the build-up to Anzac Day happens. A Light Horse re-enactment to...

What happened 11/4, 1924?

It’s another week and another edition of Turn back Times, this week turning our attention to the April 11, 1924 edition of the paper. In...

SACE art success for April

Young Ngarrindjeri artist, April Rigney, has recently been recognised for her outstanding artwork depicting the Kondoli Dreaming - a sacred Ngarrindjeri dreaming story. At only...

Demystifying death and dying

On April 8, the Christian Gospel Centre hosted a training session on terminal illness and access to Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD). The training comes...

Don’t let the flu catch you

South Australian pharmacists are urging all eligible Australians to get their flu shot this season, following an alarming number of flu cases recorded across...

Henny penny for your thoughts?

Victor Harbor Childcare's Henny Penny program wrapped up on March 28, with 4 chickens adopted out to families across the Fleurieu and an Easter...