Yorke Peninsula Country Times newspaper - Items filtered by date: May 2018
Tuesday, 29 May 2018 14:06

MPW raises nearly $1600

SEASIDE Vets and Yorke Peninsula dog walkers raised almost $1600 during the Wallaroo Million Paws Walk on Sunday, May 20.

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Tuesday, 29 May 2018 14:05

Simultaneous Story Time at Warooka

WAROOKA students participated in National Simul­taneous Storytime, an annual campaign aiming to encourage more young Australians to read and enjoy books, on Wednesday, May 23.

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Tuesday, 29 May 2018 14:04

Anti-cancer wishing well

CANCER Council SA Northern Yorke Penin­sula branch has recognised the Wearn and Talbot families for hosting a wishing well for donations at their Kadina business for many years.

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JOURNALIST: Kristin Murdock

RABBIT numbers are surging in some coastal Yorke Peninsula towns, prompting Natural Re­sources Northern and Yorke to partner with community groups to reduce the feral rabbit population.

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YORKE Peninsula canola growers will help with bee research as part of a state-wide study aiming to boost crop yields and biodiversity.

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CANOLA and pulse growers are warned more Australian green peach aphid populations are showing resistance to neonicotinoid insecticides.

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Tuesday, 29 May 2018 13:54

More rain on its way

THE cool, overcast days in South Australia continued last week and, while areas need rain, the dry days have meant crops can get in the ground without holdups, according to Agfarm account manager SA Kate Phillips.

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Advertising Promotion: Vicchem

YEARS of research and development by Vicchem to create technically-superior crop adjuvants, such as its popular Hasten brand, is finally paying off for the science-based company.

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PRIMARY Producers South Australia welcomed the 2018 federal budget measures to reduce the cost of business as positives for rural SA.

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Tuesday, 29 May 2018 13:49

Workshops to better statistical skills

GRAIN researchers and agronomists can take their statistical skills to the next level thanks to training offered through GRDC’s Statistics for the Australian Grains Industry program.

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Royal Exchange Hotel
Fraser Ellis
Crowell Concrete
Larwoods
Kadina Travel
Copper Coast Dental
Bridgestone Tyre Centre
Peninsula Plumbing
Metal As Anything
Moonta Newsagency
Sails
YP Community Transport
Copper Coast Garage Doors
Kadina Jewellers
Minlaton Engineering
Carers & Disability
Elders
Ziersch Cabinetmakers
Loctite Self Storage
Coast Road Motors
Optom All Vision Care
Star Of The Sea
GJ east
Barley Stacks Wines
Remsco
SYP Motors
Spiderman YP
Yorke Valley Hotel