Items filtered by date: February 2020
MAITLAND will become the latest town on Yorke Peninsula without a bank when the ANZ branch closes its doors on Wednesday, August 12.
FIRE cause investigators have deemed the blaze that completely gutted longstanding business Yorketown Quality Meats last night (Monday) was accidental and non-suspicious, most probably caused by an electrical failure.
Australia’s oldest Holden dealer reflects on the brand’s history — and what comes next
GENERAL Motors has hit the brakes on Holden vehicle sales, ending a 72-year partnership with Rosewarne’s of Kadina.
A 90-year-old Kadina man was taken to Wallaroo Hospital after the vehicle he was driving collided with a garbage truck this morning (Tuesday, February 25).
BlazeAid volunteers finish on YP
BLAZEAID volunteers have become a familiar sight around Yorketown, Edithburgh, Price and Maitland since arriving to help those affected by bushfires in early December.
A WALLAROO man has been reported for driving infringements after allegedly driving at 170km/h past the point-to-point speed cameras at Two Wells last year.
YORKE Peninsula Council has dismissed the idea of hosting the Australian Cricketers’ Association Masters’ program.
MOONTA could get its first roundabout as part of Copper Coast Council’s Bay Road redevelopment plans.