COPPER Coast Council planning officer Matt Dineen spoke to Moonta Probus Club members on Monday, September 3.
RIDERS from across the state travelled to the annual Kadina Show for two days of horses in action competition on Saturday and Sunday, August 18-19.
LABOR politicians Russell Wortley and Emily Bourke presented Wallaroo RSL members with a cake to acknowledge the sub-branch’s centenary late last month.
ST Mary’s Anglican Church Wallaroo parishioners are delighted to be bringing the toe-tapping, swinging sounds of the South Australia Police Dixieland Band to the Wallaroo Town Hall on Sunday afternoon, September 23.
AUSTRALIA’S drought and dry seasonal conditions in 2018 atop of export demand from China may have farmers looking to increase their oat acreage next year.
Advertising Promotion: Landmark Harcourts
BEING offered for sale by public auction, in six non-contingent lots, this 1483-hectare (3664-acre) property is an extremely rare opportunity to purchase a significant parcel of Yorke Peninsula farmland, according to Troy Goldsworthy from Landmark Harcourts.
INCREASING the value of agriculture waste and turning it into new products will be the outcome of a $10.9million research consortium led by the University of Adelaide.
Advertising Promotion: Ramsay Park Stud
RAMSAY Park Stud is offering 102 paddock-reared White Suffolk, Suffolk and Black Composite rams at its 24th annual on-property ram sale at Minlaton on Friday, September 21.
FARMERS will have greater financial protection as legislation to require mandatory farm debt mediation has become law.