News in pictures South Australia | PHOTOS July 4, 2014, 9:02 a.m. CATCH UP: See what has made the news in pictures in South Australia. News in pictures South Australia | PHOTOS PORT ELLIOT: Two men narrowly avoided being swept off rocks in Port Elliot. Photo: Mick WindibankMID NORTH: A group from Adelaide hiking the Heysen Trail did not expect to encounter snow on their walk at Mount Bryan.PORT LINCOLN: Lincoln Community Church pastor Pauline Santostefano with Be The Change collection tins. The church is supporting the A21 (Abolishing Injustice in the 21st Century) campaign to raise awareness about human trafficking.BAROSSA VALLEY: Tourism Barossa is excited to welcome Andrew Dundon, centre, as the 2015 Barossa Vintage Festival manager. Congratulating him were, Cathy Wills, regional tourism manager at Tourism Barossa and Chris Pfeiffer, chairperson of Tourism Barossa.KEITH: The Keith community was in mourning following the death of prominent resident Rhonda Kellock. Rhonda, 52, died in the Ashford Hospital, Adelaide after being diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour 18 months ago.CEDUNA: Rowena Fox cut the ribbon for Ceduna Area School's new Flexible Learning Centre with Deb Woollatt and Jill Coates.KINGSTON: Kingston Community School's pedal prix team took "Larry" to Victoria Park in Adelaide for the first race of the Australian International Pedal Prix's Super Series. Pictured were Shaun Sullivan, Ben Major, Jock Pinkerton, Henry Lawrie, Cooper Holloway and George Brice-Marwood.COWELL: Mark Jarvis and Terry Rehn are part of a newly formed group in support of the Franklin Harbour District Council and its decision to proceed with plans for a community wastewater management scheme.MURRAY BRIDGE: Lynne James, Senior Sergeant Peter Sims, Janet Kuys, Philip Galley, Murray Bridge Suicide Prevention Community Network vice chair Michael DeNieuwe and chair Jessica Ziersch stand together in an attempt to make Murray Bridge a community free of suicide and the heartbreak it causes.MANNUM: A free public wi-fi network for Mannum residents, business owners and tourists is expected to be operational in about two months, after the Mid Murray council backed the proposal. Mannum Caravan Park manager Bronnie Allen said the park's guests will be able to access one hour of free public WiFi from their sites.NARACOORTE: The SA Volunteer Fire Fighters Museum committee, represented by David Ghezzi, Alan Hall, chairman Rex Hall and Rodger Bennett, are hoping for donations which will allow the next stage of the museum to progress at its planned Smith Street site at Naracoorte. Photo: Peter GrieveLUCINDALE: Lucindale Area School captains Tim Williams and Taylor Ferguson inspect one of the rainwater tanks which had its tap removed as part of the State Government's Safe Drinking Water Act 2011, making drinking the water inaccessible.PORT AUGUSTA: Repower Port Augusta chairperson Lisa Lumsden and Port Augusta mayor Sam Johnson celebrated plans for a stand-alone solar thermal plant with Repower Port Augusta campaigners.PORT AUGUSTA: A major residential project able to cater for more than 3000 new local homes has taken another step forward after an agreement was reached with Port Augusta City Council. Bowhill Properties Pty Ltd director Pat Cheetham has agreed to purchase land near the airport for the large residential development.PORT LINCOLN: Port Lincoln Primary School Year 3/4 kitchen teacher Amanda Martin and garden teacher Pearl Lawless-Kinnear, with students Trixie Symonds, Lani Kemp and Ashur Miller-Pickett, promote healthy eating at the school's Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Project.PORT LINCOLN: Port Lincoln Airport manager Barrie Rogers runs down the Port Lincoln Airport runway in preparation for the Runway Fun Run to be hosted by Port Lincoln later this year.PORT PIRIE: Nyrstar executive assistant Elaine McNeill, manager of safety, health and hygiene Nathan Pike, manager of continuous improvement Brian Kretschmer, manager of projects and technology Bill Watt handed out cake to celebrate 125 years of smelter operations in Port Pirie. Photo: Karen SeindanisYANKALILLA: District Council of Yankalilla strategy and policy planner Matt Robertson and Normanville Farmers' Market interim committee's deputy chair John Dunbar are excited about a farmers' market starting up at Yankalilla.WHYALLA: An emergency shut down procedure was undertaken at OneSteel’s coke ovens on Tuesday night after an unexpected outage of its power and services equipment. This photograph shows the site after the burn off was extinguished. Photo: Andrew Melville-SmithWHYALLA: Staff of the Taj Curry and Tandoor mobile food van were the victims of an attack. Pictured is chef Jaspal Singh who was hit in the neck by a rock.EYRE PENINSULA: Sean Connolly, Frank Theodore and Ricky Lee get a look at one of Angel Oysters' leases during a visit to the Eyre Peninsula.TweetFacebook of ╳exitNews in pictures South AustraliaThe story News in pictures South Australia | PHOTOS first appeared on Fairfax Regional Pages.