The Courier: News

Brothers now the kings of cordial

For 40 years two brothers have been responsible for making a sweet part of Hills history.

Expansion issues to be put to SA Government

A list of problems with the expansion of Mt Barker and ways it can be made better will be sent to the State Government.

Festival a first step for Joel

Not many people turn their school research project into a real event but that’s exactly what Mt Barker resident Joel Siviour has done.

Rat in the ranks

Opposition Leader Isobel Redmond has vowed to lead the Liberal Party to the 2014 State election despite growing speculation about her hold on the top job.

Iconic Hills company pulls out of pubs

Prominent Oakbank-based family business J & AG Johnston is selling all 17 of its pubs after more than 160 years in the hotel industry.

Kris knows her craft

Award-winning Hills cheese maker Kris Lloyd had to learn her craft by trial and error over more than a decade.

Town prepares for growing pains

Nairne residents must embrace a “once in a generation” chance to shape the future of their town, according to a local residents’ group.

Police gun amnesty hits the target

Hills residents surrendered 15 rifles in the first three days of the SA Police’s three-month gun amnesty.

Care vision a reality at last

After almost four long decades of struggle and determination Pastor Eric Liebelt finally saw his late sister’s dream for better facilities for Hills people with disabilities realised on Sunday.

Community garden takes shape

About 70 people turned up on Sunday to have their say on the design of Stirling’s new community garden.

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