AWARDS CEREMONY... 2017 Yorke Peninsula Council Citizen of the Year Peter Stockings with mayor Ray Agnew, who had hoped moving the awards ceremony to January 25 would reinvigorate the event. AWARDS CEREMONY... 2017 Yorke Peninsula Council Citizen of the Year Peter Stockings with mayor Ray Agnew, who had hoped moving the awards ceremony to January 25 would reinvigorate the event.

OUTRAGE AT DATE CHANGE

Yorke Peninsula Council Australia Day event backflip

YORKE Peninsula Coun­cil will hold its 2018 Australia Day awards on Friday, January 26, not the day before as had been planned.

Mayor Ray Agnew an­noun­ced the event would be moved to January 25 last Tuesday but councillors rejected the idea the next evening.

Mr Agnew had hoped a date change would revamp the Australia Day function as a fun day including family activities and information encouraging people to get in­volved in their communities.

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