Let’s chat about…Rediscovery

Let’s chat about….rediscovery- the recent rediscovery of ‘traditional’ activities to while away our leisure time. We’re talking….baking, gardening, exercise, board games, card games, puzzles, having a meaningful conversation face to face with a family member…..you know, all of that. After stores were stripped of toilet paper, other ‘essential’ items soon disappeared off the shelves. Like […]

Nine Decades of don

Lewiston local Don Nichol pictured here right celebrated his 90th birthday last month in coronavirus style. Restrictions meant only small groups of family and friends at a time could join Don in celebrating, but they took the opportunity to make the party last with what turned out to be a week-long celebration including a luncheon, […]

Powerful connections at Dublin

With Port Power currently sitting on the top of the AFL ladder, and Port Adelaide celebrating its 150th year,w e thought we’d check out some of their old players. One of Port’s former and very celebrated footballers was Lew Roberts, whose father Harold was a highly respected headmaster of Dublin school from 1917 to 1933. Lew was born in […]

Celebrating 40 Years Isolation style

Local CFS brigade captain and all-round nice bloke, Adam Harris, celebrated his 40th birthday recently, amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Not able to celebrate with extended family and friends as planned, his family didn’t let this milestone go unnoticed, with wife, Chantel, and children Blake and Carla helping him celebrate at home with gifts, great food […]

Riley’s new goal

Earlier this year, Virginia youngster, Riley Evitts (pictured above) who is just eight years old, rode his bike (accompanied by his Pop, Paul Turner) from Melbourne to Adelaide. Riley raised $8000 in the process for the Little Heroes Foundation and achieved a dream he’d had since he was five. Now, Riley has set himself a […]

Let’s chat about…South Australia

Let’s chat about South Australia, cause…this pretty little state is most likely all you’ll be seeing of the world in the not too distant future.  Sure, state borders will open in a month or two, New Zealand after that, but I have a feeling we will stretch our clipped wings and turn our pale faces […]

Playful art

Does anyone know who the creator of this playful art (pictured bottom left), on the train siding building is? It’s located at the railway crossing on Hayman Road, Two Wells. The local Neighbourhood Watch group would love to get in contact with the artist as it is hoping to create a lovely mural on the […]

Doctor in the house

A huge congratulations to mother of three, Caroline Wohlfeil, of Two Wells, above, who graduated from Flinders University with a PhD in Philosophy last month. Caroline’s journey to doctorate has taken a little longer than most, having begun her studies in 2008. Along the way she got married (to Devon Hardiman) and had three beautiful […]