Yorke Peninsula Country Times newspaper - Items filtered by date: December 2017
Tuesday, 13 November 2018 14:24

Hugo off to the nationals

Seventeen-year-old Point Turton athlete Hugo Taheny represented Yorketown Area School in the Viva South Australian All Schools State Championships recently.

Published in Sport
Tuesday, 13 November 2018 14:22

Wanganeen graduates from academy

REPORTER: Peter Argent

Maitland’s Frank Wanganeen was among more than 60 young men and women to graduate from the Port Adelaide Aboriginal Academy at Alberton last Thursday, November 8.

Published in Sport
Tuesday, 13 November 2018 14:20

Whispers from the pitch

Welcome to another thought-provoking week of whispers from the pitch.

Published in Sport
Tuesday, 13 November 2018 14:14

YVBA... Expect the unexpected

REPORTER: "Full Court Press"

It would be great if just one week we could have a round of games without any controversy.

Published in Sport
Tuesday, 13 November 2018 14:12

High-level basketball at CCSLC

Yorke Valley Basketball Association representative teams will take on the Adelaide-based Western Magic in high-level exhibition games on Saturday, November 24.

Published in Sport
Tuesday, 13 November 2018 14:11

NYPBA... Ardrossan with 15-point win

REPORTER: Joan Hill

Home side Ardrossan was far too strong for Wallaroo, winning by 33 shots last Saturday, putting Ardrossan up to third and Wallaroo down to fifth.

Published in Sport
Tuesday, 13 November 2018 14:09

SYPBA... Warooka breaks the ice

REPORTER: "NN"

Warooka scored its first win for the season with ease, 110-80 against Minlaton.

Published in Sport
Tuesday, 13 November 2018 14:08

Restricted bridge pairs

NYP Homes Kadina bridge players participated in the Australia-wide restricted bridge pairs competition on Wednesday, November 21.

Published in Sport
Tuesday, 13 November 2018 14:05

Rain dampens harvest 2018

LAST week’s storm cells dumped more than two inches of rain on some places around Yorke Peninsula, putting the brakes on harvest.

Published in Farming

BARUNGA West and Wakefield Regional Councils will each apply for up to $1million of drought funding.

Published in Farming
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