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Hoping to reduce the stigma of mental health while promoting the positive contributions athletes and sport can make to the community, 21 Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth Games athletes from 13 different sports have been selected as Lifeline Community Custodians to help spread the message of health and wellbeing in the outback.
Broken Hill airport will be upgraded to improve safety and bring the airport up to speed with current technology, thanks to $2.4 million from the NSW Government's $170 million Drought Stimulus Package.
The longest running field days event in Australia, established in 1894 and running on September 24, 25 and 26 at the Paskeville site, the Yorke Peninsula Field Days is shaping up to be one of the best.
Copper Coast Council has been notified it will be allocated $1million as part of the Federal Government's Drought Communities Program
Optimism is high among growers across Yorke Peninsula with most areas having received at least 100mm of rainfall since the start of May but a cold snap has slowed growth down and more rain is needed for the season to reach its full potential.
It's a labor of love but Amanda and Simon Hilder are committed to restoring the old stone hut homestead on Three Creeks Station for uses as accommodation in their Station Stays operation.
Tourists are flowing thick and fast into William Creek to take a look at the phenomenon that is a Lake Eyre filling.
Jim and Teresa Connell are committed to returning large sections of their Horseshoe Top-End property in the Southern Flinders Ranges to its former natural glory.