Items filtered by date: August 2020
YORKE Peninsula Council has agreed on a list of projects to nominate for the federal government’s Local Road and Community Infrastructure Program.
INDEPENDENT Commissioner Against Corruption Bruce Lander has cast doubt about the future of the investigation into country politicians living-away-from-home allowance claims.
COPPER Coast Council has reached an agreement with the Department for Infrastructure and Transport regarding the management of a section of the Copper Coast Highway, Kadina.
KIDS Helpline, a service of yourtown, has experienced an increased demand from young people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
LOCAL knowledge and expertise will be another casualty of the state government’s plan to privatise facilities management services, according to Yorke Peninsula tradies.
THE No Jab, No Play legislation to protect children from vaccine-preventable diseases is now in effect.
Council commits $60,000 for childcare facility at Snowtown
A CHILDCARE service will run out of Snowtown Preschool site from next year.
Report by: Josh Clark
A WORK accident a few years back left Alford man Jason Farnsworth struggling to walk with a serious knee injury.
LIZ Coole, of Moonta, was presented the Paul Smales Award, which is only presented to one person outside of Cornwall each year.