THE Yorke Peninsula Country Times has won the Country Press South Australia best newspaper award for the second year running.
Animals killed in blaze near Bute
A FIRE killed 28 pigs and caused more than $100,000 damage at a piggery near Bute on Sunday morning, February 25.
A PORT Wakefield traffic management study is complete, and independent Member for Frome Geoff Brock is pushing for dual lanes to be built through the town.
SEA rescue volunteers at Wallaroo have reached a major milestone in their voyage to build a new headquarters.
DISTRICT Council of Barunga West has voted in favour of a name change.
The YP Country Times continues its series asking local election candidates for their thoughts about key topics affecting the region. This week’s focus is on health. The state election will be held on Saturday, March 17.
A BELAIR male driver, 49, was hospitalised after being involved in a crash at the intersection of Gulfview and Brentwood Roads in Stansbury last Thursday, February 22.
Fee relief for SA oyster industry
THE South Australian Oyster Growers Association and local producers have welcomed the state government’s decision to provide fee relief to oyster lease and licence holders for the next two years.
EMBATTELD City of Onkaparinga mayor, and Local Government Association president, Lorraine Rosenberg has narrowly retained support despite being questioned by Copper Coast Council mayor Paul Thomas.