THE popularity of the Yorke Peninsula Saltwater Classic continues to grow as boat owners and visitors filled Stansbury and Port Vincent to enjoy the on-water and foreshore events on the weekend.
MEMBERS of the Adelaide Hot Rodders Club returned to southern Yorke Peninsula during the weekend, joining local enthusiasts to put on displays as part of the YP Saltwater Classic on-shore activities.
As members of the South Australian team, Moonta Croquet Club players Robyn Short, of Coobowie, and Harley Watts, Two Wells, both tasted victory at the 69th Association Croquet Interstate Carnival in Adelaide, March 21-25.
Curramulka Football Club has an enviable track record, and the black and white army was out in force to celebrate its achievements on the weekend.
SHACK owners within Innes National Park are optimistic after the state government placed a moratorium on any further demolition of shacks.
Fire rips through land north of Stansbury
TWENTY minutes was all it took from the initial call at 12.27pm for yesterday’s (Monday) fire north of Stansbury to be upgraded to a major incident.
HUNKERED down in his Stansbury workshop, Bruce Meehan, a former mechanic and electrical fitter, has been busy repurposing old equipment from local aged care facilities.
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.
JOHN Borg joked he almost lost his wife in transit when she stepped into a corrugation on North Coast Road, Point Turton, when walking home from a friend’s place recently.