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ONE hundred years on from the formation of the first Women’s Agricultural Bureau branch, country women from throughout the state are returning to Riverton to mark the occasion.
A stockman of 20 years, Graham Ferris maintained a farrier career at the same time and it landed him a job with one of SA's most iconic breweries.
Three months after he ran away from his owners in Winton, a lucky ginger cat called Whiskers has been reunited with them hundreds of kilometres away.
THE prospect of a tough cropping season has farmers banding together later this month to draw strength and ideas from their neighbours.
Australian Light Horse troops changed the course of history in the Middle East a hundred years ago, and the Australian Light Horse Association is planning to commemorate this with a special ride in Israel.
A STUDENT from the Mid North has been awarded a national scholarship to help fulfill her dreams of working for the United Nations.
THE high migration of Cornish people to Moonta in the late 19th century caused the town to be dubbed “Australia's Little Cornwall”, and descendants from that era still live on the Yorke Peninsula today.