SA winery wins title of world’s best wine

South Australian produced Wild Witch Shiraz has been judged the best wine in the world at the prestigious London Wine Competition announced this week.

Produced by Barossa Valley winery Kellermeister Wines, Wild Witch Shiraz’s 2015 vintage outshone an elite field of top quality international wines to take out ‘Wine of the Year’ honours.

Read all about Kellermeister’s success with its Wild Witch Shiraz here … or if you’d just like to go straight to purchasing a bottle, click here!

BankSA Foundation helps open pantry for needy families

Food packages full of South Australian produce will be delivered to 1,000 disadvantaged South Australian families this month thanks to support agency MumKIND and a $40,000 grant from BankSA Foundation.

The new ‘SA Pantry’ initiative was one of two recipients of BankSA Foundation grants last month; the other being the Miracle Babies Foundation which has been given $40,000 to help establish a second ‘NurtureGroup’ in SA to support young children affected by prematurity or sickness.

Hughes congratulates the BankSA Foundation – which is funded primarily through BankSA staff donations – for its continued support of small local charities. Read.

Video: Community Housing Council of South Australia

“They give people back their pride. They give people back security. They give people the want to participate back in their lives.”
The Community Housing Council of South Australia is the peak industry body that represents community housing providers and other not-for-profit housing providers in South Australia. Meet Andrew, a community housing tenant whose life has been changed through the services of his community housing provider, Unity Housing. View.

Kokoda Track awaits our Kieran

Hughes consultant Kieran Hall is on a mission … a mission to hike the Kokoda Track in July in honour of Australia’s war heroes, while also raising crucial funds for FightMND to help slay the beast that is motor neurone disease.

MND is a horrible and debilitating disease that gradually takes away the use of a person’s arms and legs, their ability to eat and swallow, their speech, and ultimately their ability to breathe … all in an average timeframe of just 27 months.

Click here if you’re able to donate. Kieran and FightMND would be enormously grateful!

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