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.
‘MUTTER MILICH’, as Ernstine Pauline Milich became known to the German-speaking families of Loxton, helped bring more than 200 babies into the world during the first decade of the 20th century.
FOR much of the 20th century, one of the major forces for health and safety in pastoralist country was pioneering women and their trusty vehicles.
Sidney Kidman is well known as Australia’s greatest cattle baron but a new children’s book is ensuring his remarkable story lives on for the next generation.
EVERY week, volunteer pilots from across the state turn into ‘lifesavers’ to help those less fortunate.
THE economic and tourism benefits of creating silo art in rural locations has been well-documented and Kimba Community Development Group committee members are hoping to see a major boost in visitor numbers once a project is completed in their town in September.
AN INITIATIVE to help support returning soldiers at the end of World War II has also had a big impact on the development of Kangaroo Island.
WITH it being Easter time, author Bruce Munday says this is the ideal time to try and debunk the myth of the cute and cuddly bunny rabbit.
South East pasture seeds grower Ron Badman had only been growing pasture seed for five years when he decided to apply for a Churchill Fellowship to travel overseas in 1967, to learn more about how to manage it.