There is so much going on around South Australia - and each week we will bring you an array of news, faces and features which will highlight some of the most interesting characters and events we have in our communities.
And, don't forget to discover what's happening around South Australia over the next couple of weeks.
Enjoy the read.
Port Lincoln Times - Lauren Fitzgerald
The snapper fishing ban begins in some form for most of South Australia's waters this week. Fishmongers say that even though there will be impact on supply - with snapper to come from interstate or overseas - there are a range of other fish that would be just as delicious on the state's tables.
Spotting a Chat
Border Chronicle - Taylor Harvey
Drought affects us all - from people to plants, animals to birds, and it often produces sights that are not regularly seen. Talented Padthaway photographer Luke Leddy is often looking for subject matter and he has managed to capture a rare sight, a Crimson Chat, which is usually only found in arid areas of the country.
One falls, another rises
Barossa Herald - Michelle O'Reilly
Two weeks after plans for a wind farm at Keyneton, in the Barossa Valley, were abandoned, there has been approval for a new development north-east of Kapunda. The Twin Creek wind farm has already had its fair share of debate, but the company says it is mitigating the impact of the development on the biodiversity fo the region while creating jobs and economic positives. Read more here.
Taking the plunge
Murray Valley Standard - Peri Strathearn
For more than a year Meningie couple Wonita and Michael Greenwood called Ronald McDonald House home as their young toddler underwent cancer treatment. To support the charity which supported them, the couple recently abseiled down Adelaide's tallest building to raise funds and awareness of the organisation. Now aged seven, their son Doug is clear of cancer.
Eyre Peninsula Tribune - Rachel McDonald
Creating change, reinforcing confidence and learning new skills were at the heart of the Next Gen of Eyre forums, which were recently hosted in Kimba and Port Lincoln. West Coast and Eyre Peninsula students from years 3 to 10 got together to be challenged and to give their perspective on engagement of local youth.
WHAT'S ON AROUND SA
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2
White Hill Truck Drivers Memorial & Family Fun Day - Adelaide Road and Sturt Reserve, 9am-5pm, Come together to honour fallen mates and attend a fun day with truck show'n'shine, classic cars, food and market stalls, kids activities. Details - click here
You Rock Fest - 43 West Tce, Ardrossan Oval, 12pm-9pm. Free event supporting youth and mental health. Reece Mastin, Trent Bell and more , drug and alcohol free. Details - click here
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3
Strawberry Fete - Melrose, 10am-4pm. Stalls, hot rod display, face painting, competitions and more. Details - click here
Shorebird & Dolphin Festival - Various locations. Take tours, visit and walk trails and more. Details - click here
Murraylands Fair - Unity College Stadium, Murray Bridge, 10am-3pm, Unique goods and services, over 80 vendors, food trucks, free kids activities and more. Gold coin entry. Details - click here