Items filtered by date: November 2019
WHEATSHEAF Hotel, Price, publicans Trish and Andy Meyers opened their doors to emergency services and the community.
DESPITE weather warnings and a complete fire ban, 45 blazes ignited across South Australia, including several on Yorke Peninsula, in catastrophic conditions last Wednesday, November 20.
YORKE Peninsula Council has extended its sympathy to those impacted by the bushfires across the region.
IF you have a great idea for a new tourism experience or product, learn more about how you can make it a reality at a workshop in Port Hughes next Tuesday, December 3.
Independent review into YPC development department
A REVIEW into Yorke Peninsula Council’s development services department has been presented to elected members.
COPPER Coast police are investigating a fuel theft at Kadina on Saturday, November 23.
ELECTRANET has a planned power outage, which will interrupt electricity supply to several townships on Yorke Peninsula, for Sunday, December 1.
COPPER Coast Council is again creating the perfect opportunity for residents to find a new home for their unwanted items.