Jenny Oldland

Jenny Oldland

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Tuesday, 17 February 2015 15:04

Volunteering a way of life for Carrol

VOLUNTEER... Stansbury citizen of the year Carrol Roberts has volunteered her time to help local organisations for almost 50 years, and the museum is a special interest for the history buff.

CARROL Roberts does not know the meaning of the word bored.

Tuesday, 10 February 2015 15:37

Look who’s home

HOME SWEET HOME... After 13 months in hospital and rehabilition Matt Sinclair, and his mother Jenny, are settling into a routine back home in Edithburgh. Matt continues his rehabilitation surrounded by his favourite things including dogs Jack, Bonnie and Alfie. PHOTO: Jenny Oldland

AFTER 13 months in hospital, including eight months at Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre, Matt Sinclair is now back home in Edithburgh and loving every minute.

Tuesday, 10 February 2015 15:30

Scotts champion Sweetheart Day

SWEETHEART DAY... Ashley Scott, with daughters Ruby and Olive, is promoting the Heartkids Sweetheart Day fundraiser on the eve of Olive’s fourth round of open-heart surgery in Melbourne.

LITTLE Olive Scott may not be old enough to understand what the support of the Heartkids organisation means, but her parents Ashley and Kyle certainly do.

Tuesday, 10 February 2015 14:41

Burning season starts

FIRE HAZARD... Yorke Peninsula Council senior compliance officer Phil Herrmann points out people continuing to use old drums to burn rubbish risk attracting a hefty fine, and causing a potential disaster.

BARUNGA West, Copper Coast and Yorke Peninsula councils will issue burn-off permits to farmers from next Monday, February 16.

Wednesday, 04 February 2015 12:52

Kizzey is one in a million

SELFIE... Kizzey Dodd, of Yorketown, and Serena Scott, of Perth, meet for the first time at the International Cystinosis Conference in Manchester, which gave disease sufferers the opportunity to learn about new treatment options and to compare notes.

RARE Disease Day, February 28, is something Kizzey Dodd and her family can relate to personally.

Wednesday, 04 February 2015 12:51

Roadside clearance under fire

UNDER ATTACK... Methods used to maintain the roadside vegetation in the Sturt Bay area are unacceptable, according to Trish McGee whose tyres were punctured by pieces of debris left on the road.

ROADSIDE vegetation clear­ance organised by Yorke Peninsula Coun­cil has again come under fire.

Crowell Concrete
Fraser Ellis
Copper Coast Dental
Bridgestone Tyre Centre
Kadina Travel
Royal Exchange Hotel
Star Of The Sea
Carers & Disability
Spiderman YP
Moonta Newsagency
Kadina Jewellers
Copper Coast Garage Doors
SYP Motors
Optom All Vision Care
Ziersch Cabinetmakers
YP Community Transport
GJ east
Yorke Valley Hotel
Minlaton Engineering
Coast Road Motors
Peninsula Plumbing
Loctite Self Storage
Barley Stacks Wines
Metal As Anything