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post Hallowe’en

October 31st, 2008

Filed under: Kids — newseditor @ 9:34 am

Really Headless Nick, his steed Phantasm & Morticia the Dane by Siobhan Nicholls.

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post Country Plan Community Information Session

October 26th, 2008

Filed under: Uncategorized — newseditor @ 2:24 pm

Country Plan Community Information Sessions held on the following dates:

Leigh Creek – Aroona Room, Town Centre (Tuesday 25 November, 6.30pm – 7.30pm)

Please register your interest in attending a Community Information Session by phone (Zina Owdienko, Planning SA, 8204 8150) or email PLNSA.strategic@saugov.sa.gov.au by 31 October, specifying the date/location of the session you would like to attend. Community Information Sessions will only be held if registrations of interest are received.

Submitted by Marg Mackay, Coober Pedy

post Conservationists invest in the desert

October 26th, 2008

Filed under: Earth — newseditor @ 2:18 pm

The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and Australia Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) have purchased the Kalamurina Ranch, which provides a critical 1.65 million acre corridor between the Simpson Desert Regional Reserve directly to the north, and the Lake Eyre National Park to the south.The Macumbah River and Kallakoopah Creek converge with the Warburton River on Kalamurina before flowing into Lake Eyre – the largest lake in Australia. The groups involved will be minimising human impact and removing feral herbivores and predators that impede the habitats and populations of several endangered and vulnerable animals.

Futher information
http://www.natural-environment.com
http://www.australianwildlife.org

post yeah, whatever!

October 24th, 2008

Filed under: Spirit — newseditor @ 6:28 pm

post Gold Leaf Biodynamics

October 24th, 2008

Filed under: Greening Copley — newseditor @ 1:27 pm

Biodynamics is a combination of ‘biological’ and ‘dynamic’ agricultural and horticultural practices.

‘Biological’ practices include a series of organic farming techniques that improve soil health. ‘Dynamic‘ practices are intended to influence biological as well as metaphysical aspects of the farm and garden, increasing vital life force, operating the farm and garden in harmony with natural rhythms (such as planting seeds during certain lunar phases) and energies. – Gold Leaf Biodynamics, 2008

One of our horticultural contributors, Carol the cosmic hobbit, has launched a very interesting and generous blog on all things biodynamic, including an introduction to the principles of biodynamic practice, current dates of auspicious rhythms and advice for vital gardening. This is a wonderful opportunity to ask all of those questions you may have about the nature of biodynamics. Bookmark it!

post Community Market

October 24th, 2008

Filed under: Events — newseditor @ 9:36 am

Bring on the springtime colour! The community market in Copley this Saturday afternoon will have plenty of colour, handmade goodies, spring seedlings, original artworks and plenty more surprises. Head over after the Scouts’ car boot sale in Leigh Creek on Saturday morning.

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Community Market:

Saturday 25th October, 1-6pm

33 Railway Terrace East, Copley

Stallholders invited, $10 donation

post Watch this Space

October 23rd, 2008

Filed under: Kids — newseditor @ 12:17 pm

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Seeing double? Maybe not…

Keep an eye on this photo this week, kids, and let me know if you see anything strange happening…

post Blinman Gymkhana

October 22nd, 2008

Filed under: Events,Kids — newseditor @ 7:52 pm

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Yo kids, tell us about the gymkhana!

post Peaceful Coexistence: Part Four

October 22nd, 2008

Filed under: Animal Nature — newseditor @ 11:36 am

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post Fun in the Sun

October 16th, 2008

Filed under: Cosmos — newseditor @ 1:06 pm

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The sun has broken a long spell in solar minimum this week with emergent activity ushering in sun cycle 24. Check out more excellent images of our favourite star.

Image: Detailed closeup of magnetic structures on the Sun’s surface, seen in the H-alpha wavelength on August 22, 2003. (Swedish 1-m Solar Telescope (SST) operated by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Oddbjorn Engvold, Jun Elin Wiik, Luc Rouppe van der Voort)

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