SPARE tyres, old household furniture, unwanted appliances, cardboard and even sheets of metal are just some of the materials that Playford residents are illegally dumping on council land each and every day.
PLAYFORD is set to become a hive of innovation and creativity, as open data competition ‘GovHack’ kicks off across Australia and New Zealand this weekend.
SMITHFIELD Plains’ John McVeity Centre was a sea of red on Saturday morning, with ex-Manchester United and ex-Liverpool legends dropping in to greet hundreds of fans.
SOME of Playford’s best young gamers are on the cusp of cracking into a lucrative video game industry, having spent countless hours behind their television and computer screens honing their skills.
A LOCAL indigenous student’s application to her school work and excellent attendance rates have seen her receive an inaugural honour at the Premier’s NAIDOC award night on July 4.
LOCAL junior athletes were greeted to a hero’s welcome recently, after returning home with an impressive medal haul from the Special Olympics’ Junior National Games held on the Gold Coast.
POPULATION growth numbers in Playford Council are the highest in South Australia, according to new 2016 Census data.
PLAYFORD Council ratepayers will endure a 2.8 per cent rate rise in 2017/18, following the announcement of council’s new budget last week.