A pit stop at the Masonic Hall for accommodation

While many people stop to refuel at the Tailem Takeaway and Pizza, owners Michael and Karen Alleman have decided to take a pit stop themselves. After all the work put into renovating, refurbishing and refitting the shop since purchasing it in 2014, the Alleman’s are selling up and have their sights on a new project. … Continue reading A pit stop at the Masonic Hall for accommodation

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The Big Issue takes the big health test

After enjoying a trip to Cambodia with the Community ServiceLearning Project last year, UniSA Health Science student Alex Jackson felt confident he could use his skills somewhere more local. Having noticed vendors selling The Big Issue magazine on the streets of Adelaide, Alex asked around and soon found the opportunity he was looking for. His skills in health promotion … Continue reading The Big Issue takes the big health test

Human movement helping mothers get fit

Motivating people to improve their physical and mental wellbeing is not an easy task, but for some it comes easy, especially when it benefits those who need it most. Human movement student and personal trainer, Charlotte Henderson is leading Mum Fit, an exercise class initiative of the FamilyZone Ingle Park Hub. Charlotte enjoys being useful … Continue reading Human movement helping mothers get fit

Building confidence at Modbury Special School

A recent trip to the South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) has helped students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) build confidence thanks to a sports program run by the University of South Australia with Modbury Special School. Once a week UniSA students from a range of disciplines play sport with students who have ASD from Modbury … Continue reading Building confidence at Modbury Special School