Items filtered by date: September 2020
FISHERMAN Bay locals and holidaymakers have been waiting for two decades, but they should be able to obtain freehold titles for their shacks from mid-2021.
Governor unveils fire memorial
HIS Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, Governor of South Australia, officially unveiled a monument to commemorate the November 2019 bushfires on Saturday, September 26.
Privatisation protest at Parliament
LOCAL tradespeople have taken their concerns about the privatisation of facilities management services to Parliament House, Adelaide.
NEW research suggests snapper populations in Gulf St Vincent have fallen to new lows.
COMMUNITIES most severely affected by the 2019-20 bushfires in South Australia — including on southern Yorke Peninsula — can now access free face-to-face legal advice from dedicated lawyers.
POLICE have arrested an 18-year-old Moonta Mines male for driving offences on Thursday, September 24.
THE state government’s COVID-19 Emergency Response Act has been extended until February 6, or 28 days after the COVID-19 Emergency Direction expires, whichever comes first, after a vote in State Parliament last week.