Items filtered by date: January 2020
GRANTS of up to $75,000 for farmers, and $10,000 for small businesses, to help communities recover from recent bushfires have been extended to the Yorke Peninsula Council area.
Twenty20 matches headline community fire thank you day
About 500 people attended a thank you day at the Edithburgh oval on Sunday, January 19, to recognise those involved during and after the recent southern Yorke Peninsula fires.
SEVEN-year-old Jake Croker, of Kadina, has been on a mission to save sleepy lizards since last year.
YORKE Peninsula Puppy Rescue is among the many local businesses and organisations raising funds and gathering donations for Kangaroo Island residents after the recent bushfires.
ELDERCARE The Village, Maitland, residents are helping those affected by the devastating bushfires, including making pouches for orphaned animals.
BLAZEAID volunteers continue the clean up after the recent southern and central Yorke Peninsula fires.
YORKE Valley CFS group led a combined taskforce, which included farm firefighting units, to assist on Kangaroo Island from Wednesday to Friday, January 15-17.
BEYOND Blue has developed new online information about mental health and bushfires in response to the bushfire crisis.
YORKETOWN police are investigating an incident in which trees were cut down on a private property at Point Turton.