AFTER reading the letter about batteries stolen from our club (YPCT 9-10-18) a very kind couple in the community contacted us and kindly donated quite a large number of batteries.
AGAIN that hoary old goat, a recreational fishing licence, rears its ugly head.
REGARDING Merelyn Dalby’s letter about flyers (YPCT 30-10-18), I made a conscious decision not to promote other than on Facebook or by word of mouth.
I DON’T want to sound like a knocker, but up to 1200 people on a cruise ship docking at Wallaroo. Really? What are they going to see or do? A dozen buses to show them the old smelter or the attractions of Moonta Mines, or will they pour into Wallaroo Foodland, play the pokies at the Coopers Alehouse or the Anglers Inn?
MY wife and I were at the Minlaton Oval for the football and netball finals on Saturday, September 15.
FURTHER to my letter Proposed changes to the Mining Act (YPCT 30-10-18), I refer to the recent farmers’ meeting which was attended by Minister for Energy and Mining Dan van Holst Pellekaan.
IT is encouraging for the Copper Coast area so many people have nominated for the council elections.
I GIVE credit where credit is due.
There are three tiers of government in Australia, federal, state and local.