Adelaide City, Pirie Demons and Yorke Peninsula junior soccer players enjoyed a preseason tournament at Moonta Area School on Saturday, February 17.
FERTILISER dealers and trucking contractors were among 100 guests who celebrated the official opening of Incitec Pivot Fertilisers’ new $25million Port Adelaide distribution facility on February 26.
NATURALLY Yorke Community Action Planning group is holding workshops in Warooka and Paskeville this month and next.
FARMERS will gain an insight into farming operations through the eyes of Bordertown’s Ben Hunt – aka @funky_farmer – during the Getting the Crop In seminar, held in Clare on Thursday, March 14.
LOCAL farmers learned about limitations in their soil and how to better their soil during a workshop on Thursday, March 1.
AS polling day approaches I wanted to share my learnings from a recent exercise. I wanted to understand what motivated the Narungga candidates to run for public office so I set about engaging with them.
WELL, that’s it for me. No way known I could vote for Mr X (Nick Xenophon) after his dismal rap music advert.
I QUESTION the need to be “greeted” by beaming bearers of how-to-vote and who-to-vote-for pamphlets on election days.
I ATTENDED the debate at Port Wakefield involving Liberal candidate for Narungga Fraser Ellis and SA-BEST candidate Sam Davies.
IT was disturbing to see blatant misrepresentation and fraudulent statements being made in an advertisement in newspapers published across South Australia and financed by the Local Government Association, an organisation funded by ratepayers from their council rates.