Mount Barker is the location for a new legal aid office for the Hills region.
The Legal Services Commission now offers legal advice and family dispute resolution services from newly constructed offices in Walker Street.
In announcing the move, Hamish Gilmore, Director, said the new office was the first to be opened by the Legal Services Commission in more than 15 years and is â€˜consistent with our strategic plan to increase services to regional areas and a recognition of the growing population in and around the Mount Barker area.â€™ Continue reading New Legal Aid Office in Mount Barker
The Trees for Life ordering season is now open – but orders must be in by July 31st.
Trees For Life seedlings help counter salinity, reduce wind and water erosion and provide shade for stock, or as vegetation buffers around patches of remnant vegetation, providing vital protection. Continue reading Order your local native seedlings
On Sunday, June 4th the Lobethal Country Fire Service opened its doors to the local community for the commissioning of their new CFS 24P fire appliance (pictured right), a new SES road crash rescue vehicle and SES salvage and rescue vehicle.
Captain of the Lobethal CFS, Geoff Weidenhofer, welcomed the Minister for Emergency Services the Honourable Carmel Zollo, Mark Goldsworthy MP, invited dignitaries from the SA Country Fire Service and State Emergency Service and guests to the afternoons proceedings. Continue reading Lobethal CFS & Onkaparinga SES â€˜Open Dayâ€™
In a weekend of celebration, the Hahndorf Town Band honoured its forbears who established a legacy of musicmaking now enjoyed throughout the Adelaide Hills.
At a reunion dinner held on Friday, May 5th at the Hahndorf Inn, Musical Director, Dr Kevin Cameron, gave testament to the contribution of several key families who have given decades of service to the Band since its humble beginnings in 1926. Continue reading Hahndorf Town Band celebrates 80th
In glorious autumn sunshine, The South Australian Highland Breeders Group held its Feature Breed Show, on Saturday, March 18th at Mt Pleasant.
The event saw one of the states largest gathering of Highland Cattle and their exhibitors for 2006.
Before a large crowd of interested public, the breeders presented animals before judge Richard Arnold (Paltara South Devons). Continue reading SA Highland Breeders Group
Did you know that although Northern Adelaide Hills Health Service is funded by the Government the hospitals are still owned by our community?
To protect our asset and to oversee the development and direction of both the Mount Pleasant and Gumeracha Hospitals and Glenview Homes we have a Board of Governors consisting of Trevor Manning Chairman, Elaine Work Deputy, and Board Members Harry Drewry, Valda Hannah, Colin Fergusson and Leanne Barker. Continue reading N.A.H.H.S.
In February, students from the Lobethal Lutheran School were treated to a practical example of what their actions can achieve.
A fortnight earlier, the School Captains, Rebecca Larecki and Samuel Rohrlach voiced their concern at the well-worn appearance of the Australian flag flying from the flagpole daily in the School grounds, so it was suggested that they act to replace it. Continue reading New flag for Lobethal Lutheran School