Items filtered by date: August 2019
THE annual Hart Field Day will give farmers an opportunity to see and hear the most up-to-date information about agronomy trials and check in on how the season is progressing on Tuesday, September 17.
BUYERS from the Adelaide Hills, Mid North and Eyre Peninsula battled it out with local producers for the pick of the rams at the Farrow family’s on-property auction at Babirra, Stansbury, on Tuesday, August 20.
THIS week, the Yorke Peninsula Country Times has taken a deep dive into local doctor numbers now and, more importantly, looking to the future.
THE Bachelor has graced our screens for the past four weeks and journalists Jess Liddy and Rhiannon Koch are keen observers of Dr Matt Agnew’s journey to love, but a healthy amount.
AS your representative in state parliament, I am keen to hear your views on all topics that affect our daily lives here in the Narungga electorate.
AFTER the recent annual general meeting of the South Australian Liberal Party, its state council voted in favour of not having farmers dragged through the courts by mining companies wanting to gain access to their land. This sends a very strong message to the Marshall government he needs to listen to his constituents’ concerns.
REX Minerals’ claim (YPCT 1-8-19) the recent submission of its Program for Environmental Protection and Rehabilitation for determination by government represents “another milestone” in getting Hillside off the ground suggests the company is desperate to provide shareholders with any sign of progress.
REGARDING the proposed snapper closure, this is not a multinational company moving its operations offshore. It’s not GMH laying off workers and closing down because sales are low.
SNAPPER closure for three years? Bull. Leave it alone.