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Impact
Bridget Herrmann, August 14th, 2019

Impact

Littlehampton’s MisFit Training is back in the ring and serving up hits left, right and centre. You may have heard of MisFit before – following a three-year break, owner Mis O’Keefe has pulled on the gloves again, offering casual classes for the community. With a passion for boxing, a background as a personal trainer and a passion for boxing, Mis said she restarted the group classes after plenty of renewed interest. “People said they’ve enjoyed it, and I love inspiring... Read Article

Go For Gold
Nick Ward, August 07th, 2019

Go For Gold

An old but gold idea has been resurrected to help the main sporting centre of Lobethal and improve its facilities for the benefit of the whole community. The Lobethal Recreation Ground Sports Club & Clubrooms is wholly owned by the sporting clubs who call it home, including codes like football, netball, tennis, cricket, polocrosse and archery, but treasurer Marg Schroder believes the facilities can be even more central to Lobethal life. “It's under-utalised right now – there is lots... Read Article

Pub Song
Nick Ward, July 31st, 2019

Pub Song

Singing sessions of three-part harmonies for anyone looking to exercise their vocal chords in a social setting are coming to the Uraidla Hotel from next week with Hills songstress Jennifer De Grassi leading the chorus. “It’s about providing a positive experience for anyone who wants to join in to transform and grow whilst having a good time,” Jennifer said. “The harmonies are interesting but not complicated or demanding – even people who don’t consider themselves singers will find they... Read Article

Winter Glow
Robbie Falzon, July 25th, 2019

Winter Glow

by Robbie Falzon Warm up this winter with a glass of gluhwein and a piping hot bowl of soup next to the fire at Wolf Blass Gallery and Museum. Wondering what gluhwein is? Gluhwein is the german name for mulled wine – in this case, a blend of Wolf Blass red wine, spices and a touch of Wolf Blass Solera port. Galley and museum manager James Butcher mixed the gluhwein himself and says it’s a delicate balance of ingredients... Read Article

Anonymous - It's all about the animals you don't see
Rebecca Chave, July 18th, 2019

Anonymous - It's all about the animals you don't see

By Rebecca Chave Adrian Sherriff owner of Animal Anonymous might entice you with his cuddly wombats and snugly marsupials but his message delivers a harrowing truth of the crisis our native species face in the Mount Lofty Ranges. Adrian will be bringing some of the threatened species found only in the Mount Lofty Ranges along with some other familiar faces to the National Tree Day planting event at Laratinga Wetlands on Sunday, July 28. “A lot of people have blue... Read Article

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