Items filtered by date: August 2019
ONE of Netflix’s earliest original series, and still one of its most successful, Orange is the New Black, has served its time.
ON reading the Copper Coast Council CEO’s report on Kadina Town Hall repairs and refurbishing upgrade now completed, at a cost of $1million-plus, I would now like to draw council’s attention to the appalling state of the rags (representing curtains) which have been hanging for so many years, in the Wallaroo Town Hall front windows.
REGARDING the push to rename Adelaide Airport (YPCT 13-8-19).
MORE people would associate Harry Butler with flora and fauna conservation rather than flying, particularly outside of Minlaton.
NO mention has been made in the reporting of the Harry Butler Centenary Celebrations about a visit Butler made to Kadina a month after his record mail flight.
IT is important to provide the correct information in response to John Neville regarding Moonta (YPCT Your View 6-8-19).
SNAPPER is a noun for something that snaps. Schnapper are fish caught in Spencer Gulf.
SA Planning has recently published its Discussion Paper on Proposed Changes to Renewable Energy Policy in the Planning and Design Code.
IN a world in which a climate emergency has been declared in 935 jurisdictions representing 206 million people, Port Pirie Regional Council has opposed an innovative renewable energy development that would abate 600,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide each year, fitted in with all the state guidelines, and had strong support from the public.