WHEN people have an excess of used oil, it seems they are using the old trick of loading up containers and driving along with their car, open and pouring the unwanted oil onto our newly-surfaced road.
CONGRATULATIONS to the organisers of another highly-successful Day at the ‘Burgh at Edithburgh on Sunday, November 19.
AS a long-term resident of Edithburgh I pass on my heartfelt thanks for, and congratulations on, a fabulously successful Day at the ‘Burgh. It was so wonderful to see Edithburgh come alive.
OUR language continues to take a beating from people who should know better, but have little regard for word use and scant respect for basic principles of mathematics.
YORKE Peninsula Council held a special meeting on Tuesday, November 14, to reconsider its decision in May when elected members voted to revoke the classification of community land at Black Point and to sell it for council’s financial gain despite overwhelming community opposition.
WHITE Ribbon Day is Saturday, November 25, and many organisations including schools, hospitals and churches have been approached to promote the cause, saying no to violence against women.
Yorke Peninsula Council Australia Day event backflip
YORKE Peninsula Council will hold its 2018 Australia Day awards on Friday, January 26, not the day before as had been planned.
TORI Gill is proving coming from a small town like Mundoora doesn’t stop you from making a big splash in the fashion world.
ACCESSING the state government’s Patient Assistance Transport Scheme has become increasingly difficult as new guidelines are causing locals to have their travel claims denied.