THE first Edithburgh swimming carnival held in decades attracted a group of enthusiastic children, and their supportive families, on Sunday morning, January 20.
RECENT changes to access and conditions for road trains and B-doubles on Yorke Peninsula are proving a win-win for heavy vehicle operators and grain producers.
YORKETOWN Progress Association’s annual Christmas Tree Festival was the place for anyone looking to pick up some inspiration.
Ellis crosses floor, votes to adjourn
DEBATE about the state government’s Mining Bill has been adjourned after Member for Narungga Fraser Ellis and three Liberal colleagues crossed the floor to vote with Labor on Tuesday, November 27.
DESPITE landowners calling for further consultation, the Liberal government’s draft Mining Bill will be debated in parliament this afternoon (Tuesday).
UNTIL last week the family of Gayle Woodford believed Gayle’s Law, legislation meant to ensure the safety of health practitioners working in remote areas, was being enforced.
AFTER 19 years the SYP Community Telecentre, Yorketown, has undergone a name change to SYP Community Hub as the committee looks to expand services.
THE farming community is angry the Liberal government’s draft Mining Bill could be tabled for debate during parliament’s final sitting days before Christmas.
EDITHBURGH Country Fire Service volunteers are back on the road since the arrival of a new appliance.