Items filtered by date: November 2020
SPENCER Gulf Searoad’s Aurora V made her first voyage from Wallaroo to Lucky Bay with passengers onboard since returning to YP on Saturday, November 14.
PORT Hughes jetty is expected to be reopened by Christmas.
BARUNGA West Council has unanimously reappointed mayor Leonie Kerley and deputy mayor Peter Button for another two years.
ANOTHER application has been lodged for a solar farm on the outer edge of Kadina.
A KADINA boy, 16, was killed after a car he was driving rolled into a paddock on Friday, November 13.
POWER outages were experienced throughout Yorke Peninsula as a result of the lightning strikes and strong winds overnight Tuesday, November 10.
FARMERS are often the first responders to regional and rural fires and are well equipped with farm fire units to play their part before bigger CFS utilities arrive on the scene.
COUNTRY Fire Service groups had their resources stretched as multiple fires ignited across Yorke Peninsula due to a dry lightning storm on Tuesday, November 10.
NORTHERN Yorke Peninsula was hit hard, with the CFS responding to 25 fires and farmers acknowledging at least 25 other blazes they extinguished with their farm units on Tuesday, November 10.