Tag listing: Stirling

Business CEOs sleep rough for homeless

A piece of cardboard in Adelaide Oval was a far cry from his comfortable and warm bed in Stirling, but Simon Cross maintains taking part in this year’s Vinnies CEO Sleepout was all worthwhile.

Pleasure replaces purgatory in Janet’s long walk

Walking 2200km along a path once travelled by medieval pilgrims seeking to reduce their time in purgatory is a spiritual, cultural and physical “journey” for Stirling’s Janet Leitch.

Feathers ruffled as cockatoos damage Stirling home

A Stirling couple returned from a night away on the June long weekend to find sulphur-crested cockatoos had caused thousands of dollars damage to their home.

Event a blooming success

More than 40 people squeezed into Chapter Two Books in Stirling to mark the international literary anniversary Bloomsday.

Bookshop embraces ‘Bloomsday’

Every year on June 16 literature fans around the world gather to celebrate the life and works of Irish author James Joyce.

Stirling comes alive!

About 30,000 people flocked to the Stirling Autumn Garden Festival on the weekend.

Cafe serves powerful car refreshment

Motorists can now charge their electric cars while recharging with a coffee in Stirling.

Green thumbs go ‘old school’ in community garden

A group of people from the Stirling district want to “transform” a long abandoned school site into a community garden.

‘ETSA destroyed my garden’

A Stirling woman is seeking answers and compensation after ETSA Utilities contractors and workers “destroyed” her back garden last month.

Council supports Stirling community shop

Volunteers at the Stirling Community Shop were all smiles last week when the Adelaide Hills Council agreed to give the local fundraising group a three-year lease over the site beside Steamroller Park.