Yorke Peninsula Country Times newspaper - Items filtered by date: May 2018

SNOWTOWN’s old water tower has been transformed into a colourful tribute to the town’s heroes and history.

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Tuesday, 01 May 2018 14:39

Rare fish caught by hand

KEITH Bedsor, of Nuriootpa, was holidaying at Coobowie when he caught a fish with his bare hands – and it turned out to be a Mahi-mahi, not normally found in local waters.

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Tuesday, 01 May 2018 14:38

Mental health service trial on YP

A NEW non-clinical program which provides practical support to people in or after a suicidal crisis is being trialled on Yorke Peninsula.

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STAMP Out Suicide Yorkes, with the support of Yorke Peninsula Council, will hold a series of workshops to teach people how to identify those at risk of suicide and connect them with intervention resources.

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Tuesday, 01 May 2018 14:37

Grand makeover at Yorketown’s oval

YORKETOWN oval’s grandstand is set to house the next generation or two of spec­tators after a $50,000 upgrade funded by Yorke Peninsula Council.

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Tuesday, 01 May 2018 14:36

Kevin Bloody Wilson a hit

KEVIN Bloody Wilson performed his Almost Awesome Tour at the Wallaroo Town Hall on Friday, April 27.

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MOONTA’S World War I heroes have been immortalised in a display at the Moonta School of Mines.

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STEVE Papps is already looking forward to his next outing as a member of the Barossa Light Horse Historical Association.

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DYLAN Geytenbeek and his grandfather Phil Geytenbeek visited Bubla­cowie Military Museum in the lead-up to Anzac Day to present a model to museum curator Chris Soar.

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Grace Knight, of Kadina, won the second round of the under-18 girls’ Woolworths junior state titles in the Southern Surf Festival at Middleton on Friday, April 27.

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