Without volunteers, rural and regional community sporting and social groups would cease to exist.
A spread of grazing properties and marketing options provides increased flexibility for Colin and Jill Greenfield, Billa Kalina Station, particularly during dry times.
Marian Harvey never imagined she would eventually become recognised for her research into the history of the small community school at Hartley.
A “HANKERING” to be on the radio was part of what drove former School of the Air teacher Ron Dare to join the iconic institution.
As part of its 90th anniversary, the Royal Flying Doctor Service paid tribute to its dedicated volunteers and community fundraisers with a regional tour of SA.
Increased support from the agribusiness sector in recent years has helped the Royal Flying Doctor Service meet its annual fundraising target of more than $7.5 million alone in SA and the NT.
Naracoorte Aeroclub member Phil Giles had often seen the Royal Flying Doctor Services’ Pilatus PC-12 aircraft land on the local airstrip, but never expected he'd be the one in need of care.
LEARNING to become a resourceful inventor on the family farm at Bordertown was an integral influence on James Dodd’s career as a visual artist and more recently, it has led him to re-open the discussion about the conservation of Australia’s water lifeline, the Murray-Darling Basin.
Challenging, sometimes exhausting, but very rewarding is how Heather Ford describes her dream job working as an Royal Flying Doctor Service pilot.
An end of an era is coming at the Royal Flying Doctor Service as long-serving Central Operations chief executive officer John Lynch prepares to retire at the end of 2018.