NOTE: Due to the Easter long weekend next weeks issue will be printed on Wednesday, April 23.
THERE is plenty happening around Yorke Peninsula this Easter long weekend, for a guide see page 11.
JOURNALIST: Lucy Short and Sonny Coombs
WITH Maitland in the throes of one of the worst mouse plagues on record, the hospital has had to transfer some current patients and redirect new patients to nearby facilities.
YP Ag agronomist Chris Davey said farmers have noticed mice becoming more active during the past couple of weeks as their food sources are running out and they are actively searching for food.
THE Bureau of Meteorology has said an El Niño event is looking likely for the Southern Hemisphere this winter.
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THE first fundraiser for Edithburgh’s Matt Sinclai...
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Kadina Football Club celebrated its annual Back to the Bloods day on Saturday, April 12.
THE first load of hay for properties grappling with drought in New South Wales left Yorketown on Friday night.
A SPECIAL afternoon tea was held at Moonta Area School last Wednesday, April 9, to farewell long-time teacher and librarian Tricia Stringer.
STAGE one of the Swansea Park development at Wallaroo is complete and allotments are ready to build on, Professional Real Estate’s Ryan Lamshed says.
IT was with interest we read in YPCT (8-4-14), “developers of the Ceres wind farm said the federal government’s review of the renewable energy target (RET) will not put its YP project at risk”.
IT’s the “m” word on everyone’s lips and we’re not talking about Mum.