AS CLARE Valley icon Jim Barry Wines celebrates its diamond anniversary this year, it has received a great present - named as Australian winery of the year by eminent wine writer James Halliday.
For more than 70 years of its 90-year history, the SA Country Women's Association has had a strong presence at the Royal Adelaide Show, providing meals, gift ideas, and the renowned CWA scones to show attendees and giving branch members the opportunity to meet and network with others from across the state.
Against the odds, the Brewer family from Strathalbyn has notched up a remarkable 70 years of breeding Romneys, and remains one of the breed's strongest supporters.
Two SA designers have combined their rural roots with a passion for fashion, developing clothing lines using quality Australian Merino wool.
THE connection between barley and beer has always been in place, but a growing craft beer culture has many in the industry thinking the reputation of Australian grain could benefit.
Fifty-Five years ago, Geoff Prime was told he would never work on the family farm at Wharminda again because of ill health but through steely determination, he will mark his 80th harvest this year.
For ten children who have had a loved one become an organ donor, an outback camp with peers who had gone through similar situations proved to be a truly unforgettable experience.
Adelaide-raised Barb Button never dreamed she would settle in the Mid North, but in the five years since making the move to Watervale, she has become a key figure in providing drought support for people in her region.