Items filtered by date: June 2020
TO impose a licensing fee on all recreational fishers would ultimately prove to be counterproductive.
WHAT has happened to the phantom ferry from Wallaroo, which sometimes appears only to disappear over the horizon?
COULD we please have a swimming centre in the Copper Coast similar to the one in Victor Harbor?
I AM a resident of Yorketown who, some 25-plus years ago, remembers a large group of people, some elderly and some as young as my children, catering for different functions to raise money for a nursing home in the district.
I’VE lived in Wallaroo for three years.
THE destruction of the historical public beach shelter on Wallaroo’s North Beach has further mired the Copper Coast Council in a reputational mess it could — and should — have stayed out of.
REGARDING Understanding the USA’s policing problems (YPCT Our View 10-6-20) I agree the death of George Floyd was totally unacceptable.
THERE has been much said regarding the upgrading of the Copper Coast Highway entrance into Wallaroo recently.
WHAT a sad day, I’ve just witnessed the old North Beach shelter being demolished all because of sandhills drifting.