Items filtered by date: April 2020
THE world has changed so much in the past 12 months.
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.
THANKS to the Easter Bunny who left a bag of Easter eggs for us on our front verandah and this message: “Happy Easter. Easter feels a bit different this year but hopefully this sweetens it a bit. Stay safe. From the Easter Bunny.”
ONCE upon a time, before funny face masks, petty personal distancing, pathetic paw-washing, protected sneezing and even toilet paper shortages, the calicivirus and myxamatosis viruses, manufactured and introduced by naughty humans, were responsible for many, many painful deaths. But, in spite of this, lots and lots of little unaided rabbits, bless ’em, went on to live happily ever after.
LAST week my wife needed to have an operation and her specialist services Yorke Peninsula from Wallaroo Hospital.
IN these troubled times it is worth reflecting on the nature of nature.
WE will acknowledge Anzac Day this year in very strange circumstances — no dawn services, breakfasts, other social get-togethers, football at the MCG, et cetera.
AFTER all the money spent on advertising on the TV and notices in the papers, we were astounded at the large number of outsiders who came into the area over the Easter weekend.
Visitors heed message as tourist numbers stay low
THE measure of a successful Easter break is generally dependent on how many visitors Yorke Peninsula receives.