Search for wanted man continues after second lockdown in a month
POLICE continue searching for a 37-year-old Wallaroo man after locking down part of the town yesterday (Monday).
MAITLAND’S Brendan Moloney is coordinating a drive for local farmers to leave behind their straw this harvest so drought-stricken farmers can bale it up as stock feed.
YORKE Peninsula farmers are feeling more optimistic after recent rainfall.
OTAGO Road, Wallaroo, residents are closer to a solution for the excessive sand drift and build up in front of their properties than they were at the start of the year.
WAKEFIELD Regional Council will implement a walking/cycling/leisure trails program to connect to neighbouring council trails including Walk the Yorke.
LOCAL businesses have jumped on board with drought aid, many signing up for the Buy a Parma for a Farmer initiative.
NAIDOC celebrations were held at Point Pearce last Wednesday, August 8.
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