Adelaide Hills resident Rosie Schultz loves nothing more than attending shows, which she says bring rural communities together like few other events.
Cudlee Creek bushfire survivors Marc and Rhiann Webb are rebuilding their razed Kenton Valley farm with mental health and sustainability in mind.
A CAREER path is not always a straight trajectory from A to B, but those challenges and setbacks can be what helps create success.
After 30 years of volunteering with the SA Ambulance Service, Kimba's Annie Clements has been formally recognised for her tireless dedication.
The fires were still burning on Kangaroo Island when BlazeAid volunteer Steve Hewitt first arrived on January 4 last year.
THIS time 45 years ago in Stock Journal, fires had also been plaguing farmers, this time on the Eyre Peninsula.
One of Australia's most iconic and recognisable paintings, Tom Roberts' Shearing the Rams, is heading back home.
WALKING across a parched paddock with a thick, hooped wire over one shoulder and a metal rod in one hand, Milendella farmer Roger Fiebig says he has received the odd quizzical look from passers by in the past five decades.
A chance meeting during the Cudlee Creek fires has since formed into a successful equine business partnership called Manes of Change.