Items filtered by date: September 2020
YORKE Peninsula Council has received $60,000 from the Northern and Yorke Landscape Board for weed control and revegetation projects.
A SIGNIFICANT cold front brought rain to parts of Yorke Peninsula late last week.
JOBSEEKER and other coronavirus supplements are being cut by the end of this month.
HARDWICKE Bay Progress Association is seeking clarification about the state government’s proposal for commercial seaweed farming in the town.
A FENCE in Kadina will be covered in bras to raise much-needed funds and awareness for the National Breast Cancer Foundation this October.
CANCER Council and the federal government are partnering to encourage eligible Australians to prioritise their health and participate in the national bowel, cervical and breast screening programs.
OPPOSITION to the state government’s proposed abortion law changes continues gaining prominence on Yorke Peninsula.