The cancellation of this weekend’s Dawdle and Doodle Days will be sad news for many traders in Hahndorf.
Not many people turn their school research project into a real event but that’s exactly what Mt Barker resident Joel Siviour has done.
Cycling promoters are hoping to run a new race event in the Hills next May that will be a level below the Tour Down Under but will attract the nation’s top riders.
Activists opposed to a rodeo scheduled for Lobethal in November have sent a petition signed by almost 700 people to the Adelaide Hills Council.
Hills children will get the chance to test their chess skills when the first Adelaide Hills Junior Chess Championships are held this month.
Red wine, roaring fires, toe-tapping tunes and fine food combined to draw hundreds of people to the Hills for the annual Winter Reds festival on the weekend.
A young rally driver from the Hills is leading the Australian Junior 4WD rally championships following his performance at the 2012 Scouts Rally SA event over the weekend.
Forget the lamb roast and the scotch fillet steak, one Hills winery has found a feral food match to complement its new release reds.
A public backlash has prompted the organisers of the Targa Adelaide car rally to cancel the proposed stage through Belair National Park in late August.
Mt Barker’s revamped jazz festival proved to be a real hoot, drawing thousands of people to the region to see some of the music genre’s leading international and Australian acts.