They spend hours putting others before themselves - hear what the state's volunteers get up to.
Playing teachers in the cubby house as a child turned out to be a preview of what was to come for Emma Dempsey, who now spends her days surrounded by positive minds.
Meryl Weetra Lock Area School held a footy colours day to raise money for the Fight Cancer Foundation.
Women in Agriculture and Business SA is celebrating its 100th birthday at Riverton in October.
Warramboo celebrated its centenary last weekend as current and past residents came together to remember 100 years of history.
Multi-awarded, lookalike songstress Amber Joy Poulton is bringing the Coal Miner’s Daughter to Port Lincoln.
The Zonta Clubs of Lower Eyre and Port Lincoln hosted the Zonta District 23 annual conference in Cummins.
Ruth Evans The Macro World of Invertebrates and Natural History of Eyre Peninsula will be showcased in an upcoming photographic competition hosted by the Port Lincoln Camera Club.
Jane Prentice OPINION | The awards acknowledge those who demonstrate excellence and a commitment to helping people with disability achieve their goals.
The year was 1990. Bob Hawke became Australia’s second longest serving Prime Minister and the AFL had its first season under its new name.