Yorke Peninsula Country Times newspaper - Items filtered by date: August 2018
Tuesday, 28 August 2018 14:37

Sheep Producers Australia new CEO

THE Board of Sheep Producers Australia has appointed Graham Smith as its new CEO.

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Tuesday, 28 August 2018 14:36

Scholarship winner at Orrie Cowie

UNITY College student, 17-year-old Kate Bond, of Mannum, gained her first exposure to the sheep industry on property at Orrie Cowie’s ram sale earlier this month.

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Tuesday, 28 August 2018 14:36

Detailed record keeping made easy

Advertising Promotion: Gallager Weighing Systems

KEEPING detailed records for individual animals is a must for the Donovan family at Duaringa Station Grazing Co.

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Advertising Promotion: Elders

A SUBSTANTIAL parcel of undeveloped land in the highly-acclaimed Ebenezer and Stockwell districts of the Barossa Valley, and held in the same family for more than 100 years, is being offered for sale.

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GRAINS Research and Develop­ment Corporation is helping grain growers manage the risk to their profitability due to climate variability.

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Tuesday, 28 August 2018 14:21

Your View: Electricity

I THOUGHT I was going crazy when I read Steven Marshall was spending $1.5billion connecting us to the New South Wales power grid.

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Tuesday, 28 August 2018 14:20

Your View: Proposed tower

MAY I suggest to Copper Coast Council, your newest tourism slogan to promote Moonta Bay if the proposed telecommunications tower on the foreshore at the base of Moonta Bay jetty is approved to be, “Come to Moonta Bay to be crapped on”?

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Tuesday, 28 August 2018 14:19

Your View: Cost of power

I THINK it’s a bit rich for Tom Koutsantonis and others in the Labor Party to be lecturing the Liberal state government on how they should spend their money.

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Tuesday, 28 August 2018 14:18

Your View: Get well Maree

THERE can hardly be anyone in the Minlaton and District community whose life has not been touched by the volunteer efforts of John and Maree Anderson, and their extraordinary record of 40-plus years helping to improve the quality of life for those in need, or suffering personal tragedy, or playing sport, those isolated, or in nursing homes, and those reliant on help from their fellow citizens.

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Tuesday, 28 August 2018 14:17

Your View: Drought assistance

THE federal government’s drought-assistance package currently stands at $1.8billion, yet only $190million is going directly to the farmers.

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