THE oyster industry is on high alert after Pacific Oyster Mortality Syndrome was discovered in feral – not farmed – oysters in the Port River.
CARDS from the Queen, Governor-general and other dignitaries held pride of place as Mary Peters welcomed family and friends to her 100th birthday celebrations at the Minlaton Bowling Club last Wednesday, March 14.
REPAIRS to the two centre lanes of the Edithburgh boat ramp were completed in time for the influx of recreational fishers on the long weekend.
CHLOE Lowes, of Edithburgh, stepped up to raise awareness about dementia within the local community last year.
FOR 60 years Friends of the Women’s and Children’s Hospital Yorketown Auxiliary has been actively fundraising to support the hospital.
TWO weeks after Yorke Peninsula Council graded the 11-kilometre stretch of North Coast Road, Point Turton, the corrugations, potholes and dust are back. And residents aren’t happy.
WHILE supporting the return of mining royalties to the regions, Yorke Peninsula Land Owners Group has said more details are needed about how the proposals would work in practice.
SEVEN members of the Port Vincent Country Fire Service spent much of the past week volunteering their services during the Adelaide 500.
Fee relief for SA oyster industry
THE South Australian Oyster Growers Association and local producers have welcomed the state government’s decision to provide fee relief to oyster lease and licence holders for the next two years.