AMBULANCE volunteers joined about 60 other people for Call-Out to Walk-Out, a fundraising walk between Coobowie and Edithburgh, on Sunday afternoon, November 27.
EDITHBURGH’S Bakehouse Arts and Crafts group was formed 30 years ago to provide a hub for those interested in showcasing locally-produced items.
ZOE Hancock has joined Woolworths Kadina as its new manager, starting on Monday, October 17.
JOHN Suan is from Mandalay, the second-largest city in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma.
Yorke Peninsula produce, artwork and crafts are the centrepiece of Taste the Yorke cafe, which opened in Moonta on Saturday.
KADINA expat Travis Dillon has donated his $140,000 bonus to suicide prevention organisation Lifeline, as the respect he formed for local farmers in his youth still holds strong today.
TWO local men’s sheds have received federal government funding.
TWO new emergency trolleys, valued at $16,000 each, have been purchased for Yorketown hospital thanks to the support of local community groups.
JANE Gersch, of Kadina, will officially start a local support group for people with an acquired brain injury in 2017.