Items filtered by date: March 2020
YP Country Times journalists continue their look back at the 2010s by ranking the best television series of the decade. All shows with episodes during 2010-19 were eligible. Nick Perry’s list concludes this week with his top 10.
I WRITE in regards to the hoarding situation with the coronavirus.
I READ with much interest the articles concerning the COVID-19 pandemic (YPCT 24-3-20).
I ASK that South Australians refrain from visiting tourist towns these school holidays and Easter in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Will McKay, 15, has been selected in the under-16 Australia Country basketball team, but will not get to represent his country in New Zealand as planned due to COVID-19.
To celebrate the rich history of southern Yorke Peninsula football, freelance sports contributor and photojournalist Peter Argent is endeavouring to write a book featuring its achievements and stories.
Report by: "The Finger Roll"
To the frustration of many loyal Yorke Valley Basketball Association supporters, the 2019-20 season is officially in the books without any grand finals having been played.
North East Country, with players from four SAPSASA districts, including northern and southern Yorke Peninsula, finished equal second at the sixth annual girls’ SAPSASA cricket carnival, held in Adelaide Monday to Thursday, March 16 to 19.
Students from Ardrossan, Central Yorke, Maitland Lutheran, Minlaton and Warooka Primary Schools represented the southern Yorke Peninsula district in the annual SAPSASA tennis carnival at Millswood, Monday to Thursday, March 16 to 19.