ONCE considered a notion of futuristic fantasy, hands-free farming is now an option on the South Australian grains industry’s doorstep.
YORKE Peninsula farming families can access a new service to help them transition from receiving Farm Household Allowance to achieving financial stability for their farm business.
I WANT to make it absolutely clear I am not preferencing Labor in next month’s state election.
ATTENDING the meeting regarding the foot bridge over the Copper Cove Marina, Wallaroo, confirmed my belief those with the loudest voices have the most to say.
REFERRING to Pipe concerns bubble to surface (YPCT 6-2-18), water mains in Kadina’s CBD have an expected remaining service life of between 18 and 28 years, and are well placed to continue providing our local customers with reliable water services for the rest of their design life.
IN response to Inspection rules unfair to farmers (YPCT 13-2-18), in which SA-BEST candidate for Narungga Sam Davies berated the government for not exempting restricted primary producer vehicles from proposed new transport regulations.
I WAS very pleased to hear Friday’s announcement 19 heritage properties across South Australia are finally to be transferred to the ownership of the National Trust of SA.
LOCALS welcomed Port Adelaide Football Club players for their annual community camp yesterday (Monday).
TWO local renewable energy projects have received a boost through the state government’s Renewable Technology Fund.
YORKE Peninsula’s three Viterra sites have brought in the state’s largest grain receival hauls for season 2017/18.