Items filtered by date: November 2019
I THANK all the firies and the farmers bigtime for fighting the fires at Price and on the southern Yorke Peninsula in such horrific conditions.
STANSBURY Bowling Club became an emergency evacuation centre for people evacuated from the Edithburgh and Yorketown bush fires at 1am last Thursday, November 21.
ON behalf of the Edithburgh Progress Association members, I thank everyone involved in helping defend Edithburgh and its surrounds, residents and visitors, from the fire event last Wednesday and Thursday, November 20-21.
AS the weather heats up we need to remember our canine companions, who often suffer more than we do during high temperatures.
Seven million oysters dispatched on Windara Reef
THE Nature Conservancy is attaching seven million oysters to Windara Reef, near Ardrossan, this week.
HISTORY walks and displays hosted by the Edithburgh Museum, and the premiere of an oral history film, were among the highlights of Edithburgh’s 150th anniversary celebrations on Saturday, November 16.
SWANBURY Penglase architectural firm has been exploring Moonta Mines’s history to create a conservation management plan for the area.