WELL, after last week’s editorial, I have to eat my words.
LAST week’s storms have literally washed away pieces of Yorke Peninsula’s history and put a dampener on some of our small communities.
IF you turn to pages 27-31, you will see a range of activities happening locally these school holidays and October long weekend.
IT feels like we have been going round in circles when it comes to addressing volume traffic returning to Adelaide during peak holiday periods.
THE nuclear waste debate came to Yorke Peninsula last week.
THE cormorants are out of control in Stansbury and something needs to be done, fast.
THERE is still time to complete your Census.
THE writing is on the wall for Edithburgh Primary School. With fewer than 10 students, closure is imminent.
IS it a misprint? An April Foolâ€™s Day joke?