Items filtered by date: April 2020
YORKE Peninsula Council will implement measures to help reduce the financial strain caused by COVID-19.
A message from His Excellency Governor Hieu Van Le
THE coronavirus impacted plans for His Excellency Governor Hieu Van Le AC to visit southern Yorke Peninsula last month to meet with those impacted by November’s fires.
KATE Martin, of Edithburgh, has been announced as the new Yorketown local recovery coordinator for the community-led bushfire recovery and rebuilding process.
YORKE Peninsula Council has received $200,000 through the federal government’s Bushfire Recovery Grants program.
SMALL businesses and primary producers affected by the South Australian bushfires are eligible to receive $10,000 Loss of Income Grants.
10kg of cannabis found in Kadina
A Kadina man, 28, has been arrested and charged with cultivating a large commercial quantity of cannabis this morning (Wednesday, April 15).
POLICE issued several fines for drug driving at Port Wakefield during the long weekend.
A MARION BAY man has been fined more than $7700 for catching undersized rock lobster.
YORKE Peninsula Council has issued a $1000 fine after discovering piles of illegally-dumped building material near Yorketown.