A RECORD number of shearers had a crack at taking home the money at this year’s Curramulka Speed Shear competition on Saturday, March 24.
Police take zero-tolerance approach this Easter
YORKE Peninsula police officers warn there will be consequences for those who choose to drink or take drugs before getting behind the wheel this Easter long weekend.
Taking centre stage at CCSLC redevelopment
YORKE Valley Basketball Association players have christened the show court at the Copper Coast Sport and Leisure Centre, Kadina.
INTERNATIONAL supermarket retailer ALDI is moving forward with its plans to build in the Kadina CBD.
SEVENTEEN segments of unsealed road in the inner townships of Wakefield Regional Council will be sealed as part of a plan spanning until 2035.
Moonta television reception impacted by new tower
MOONTA Bay residents have been seeing red, but not their desired television programs, since an Optus tower was installed on Wedge Road, Port Hughes.
COPPER Coast Council staff will continue to manage the operation of Splash Town at Moonta Bay.
A 26-year-old Tiddy Widdy Beach female reported her puppy had been stolen from her rear yard overnight on Saturday, March 24.