Items filtered by date: January 2021
YORKE Peninsula communities took time to reflect on what Australia Day meant to them on Tuesday, January 26.
164 cannabis plants found — some in secret passage behind bookcase
A MAJOR drug bust, including almost 100 plants at Port Wakefield, should impact the local cannabis market, according to SA Police.
THIS year’s reception and foundation students have entered classrooms for their first day of school today (Wednesday, January 27).
A CLOVELLY Park man, 33, and Royal Park man, 29, have been reported for misuse of a motor vehicle after they were seen doing burnouts on Sunday, January 24.
TEMPERATURES reached almost 44 degrees Celsius in several Yorke Peninsula towns on Sunday, January 24, making it the region’s hottest day for almost a year.
BARUNGA West Council is preparing for an economic boom in the near future thanks largely to a $20 million private sector investment in infrastructure at Fisherman Bay plus $3.6m in planned public capital expenditure.
ALMOST 35,000 South Australians have put big dents in their superannuation savings, withdrawing almost $2 billion since the federal government announced some people could access their super early.
AN Ombudsman report into whether Barunga West Council elected member Grant Rowlands failed to declare a conflict of interest during a meeting last year has now been released in full.
A FUNDING boost of $1 million will ensure South Australians in need are getting help through services such as Foodbank.
WALLAROO Heritage and Nautical Museum acquired another piece of local history when Dot O’Brien donated her 100-year-old family tea set late last month.