Items filtered by date: March 2020
Hoteliers forced to close doors amid sweeping rule changes
NEW restrictions on gatherings forced the closure of indoor venues including pubs, clubs, churches, gyms, cinemas and indoor sporting facilities from noon yesterday (Monday).
DETAILED plans for Copper Coast Council’s Bay Road redevelopment have been approved by elected members.
YORKE Peninsula Tourism has extended the deadline for nominations for this year’s awards.
NARUNGGA Aboriginal Progress Association has embarked on a 12-month project to recover Nharangga culture.
PROPERTY owners are being reminded to seek permission to clear roadside vegetation when constructing or maintaining fence lines following concerns reported to Yorke Peninsula Council recently.
YORKE-Mid North Local Service Area police are encouraging trailer owners to be vigilant after recent thefts in the region.
THREE men have been convicted of possessing a commercial quantity of greenlip abalone.
MORE than 150 people donated whole blood and plasma when Lifeblood visited Kadina from Wednesday to Friday, March 11-13.
COPPER Coast Council has begun its annual business plan and budget discussions, with councillors briefed at an informal gathering last Wednesday, March 18.