ITâ€™S that time of year when tourists flock to Yorke Peninsula for the annual four-day Easter holiday.
AS the main media source for the region, the Yorke Peninsula Country Times is often caught in the crossfire.
THE return of the ferry service between Wallaroo and Lucky Bay has been anything but smooth sailing.
PEOPLE first got wind of the District Council of the Copper Coastâ€™s idea for a petrol station on Railway Terrace, Kadina, in early February.
HOPEFULLY, next week, the Country Times will be reporting about how plenty of people went along to Wallaroo to hear about proposed changes to recreational fishing.
SONJA Bartel lost a long, hard battle with cancer just before Christmas 2014.
ANOTHER week, another state government proposal which has direct implications for Yorke Peninsula. This time the issue surrounds the draft Environment Protection (Air Quality) Policy 2016.
IT is so disappointing another business has been forced to close its doors on Yorke Peninsula.
YORKE Peninsula is the fishing mecca of South Australia. Our coastal locations and beaches, along with the corresponding fishing, are our number one tourism drawcards.