Items filtered by date: August 2019
YORKE Peninsula tourism and the local economy could be left reeling if the state government’s proposed three-year snapper ban goes ahead.
AN estimated 2000 people gathered along the Wallaroo foreshore for a unique sound and light show projected onto the town silos on Friday, August 16.
WALLAROO has bucked the national trend to be one of Australia’s best performing suburbs and towns for house price growth in the past 12 months.
SA Police is again encouraging people to be aware of scam emails.
THE Australian Energy Regulator has commenced proceedings in the federal court against several wind farm operators, including Tilt Renewables Limited for its Snowtown 2 Wind Farm.
ORGANISERS of the Kadina Show are thrilled with the turnout for this year’s event on Saturday and Sunday, August 17-18.
MINISTER for Child Protection Rachel Sanderson and Member for Narungga Fraser Ellis attended the official opening of the new Department for Child Protection office in Kadina on Tuesday, August 6.