With all of life’s distractions, we sometimes forget the true meaning of Christmas.
ENERGY companies are making hundreds of millions of dollars from their Australian customers. These companies are foreign owned (mostly Chinese) and are dictating to the government their power to hold energy users to extremely inflated prices.
AS daily dawn swimmers, we feel the need to inform the local children, who will be swimming at Wallaroo’s Wateroo, of the dangers they may encounter.
WHITE Ribbon Australia chairperson Nicholas Cowdery offered a response to my previous letter about the organisation’s pro-abortion stance.
Highway roadworks are causing harvest delays and headaches for farmers
FARMERS are angered by the timing of roadworks on the Copper Coast Highway, between Kadina and Paskeville.
SINGLE-NURSE postings in remote areas will now be abolished under changes brought in through Gayle’s Law.
SIX members of the Formby Bay Environmental Action Group joined forces with other members of the Great Australian Bight Alliance in Adelaide to take a stand against deep sea drilling in the bight last month.
TAFE SA will not be able enrol students in 14 courses after results of an audit were announced yesterday (Monday, December 4).