FEDERAL Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Darren Chester and Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey held a public forum for veterans at Moonta last Wednesday, January 30.
FIVE Yorke Peninsula sporting groups have each been granted $5000 through the state government’s Active Club Program.
THE state government is considering further restrictions on plastic bags and single-use products such as straws and coffee cups.
NEW South Australian road-crash figures show seven children died and 95 were injured in the past five years because they were not properly restrained.
PORT Broughton turned on perfect weather for 64 people to join the parkrun first birthday event on Saturday, February 2.
WRITTEN submissions about the draft Fire and Emergency Services (Miscellaneous) Bill are due this Friday, February 1.
KYM and Helen Flowers are thanking their lucky stars after last week’s fire at Wokurna burned within metres of their farmyard and home.
MINISTER for Emergency Services Corey Wingard met with local farmers and CFS members in Kadina to discuss the draft Fire and Emergency Services (Miscellaneous) Bill last week.
NEW recommendations from the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy advise introducing peanuts and eggs to babies in the first year of life to prevent allergy development.