Items filtered by date: December 2019
Edithburgh parkrun notched up its 100th run on Saturday morning, with regulars and visitors lining up to celebrate.
Wallaroo and Kadina Tennis Clubs have signed up to deliver a new social tennis program. The clubs will host Tennis SA’s Open Court Sessions, including modified games of tennis.
Report by: Peter Argent
The inaugural South Australian Cricket Association Under 16 Girls Country Cup carnival will be held in the Barossa Valley early next year.
The Copper Coast Battle Dragons dragon boat club was able to participate in this year’s Moonta Christmas pageant thanks to $8819.19 grant from Clubs SA.
Report by: Joan Hill
Due to the heat last week, the scheduled Northern Yorke Peninsula Bowling Association Wednesday (men) and Thursday (women) competitions’ matches were abandoned.
JOURNALIST Jenny Oldland has decided to put down the camera, pen and notepad after nearly 35 years with the Yorke Peninsula Country Times.
BUTE Primary School students have beautified the town’s main street by painting murals on stobie poles.
A BUSHFIRE fundraiser at the Edithburgh Hotel on Saturday, December 14, raised $1638 for the Yorketown Fire Relief Fund.
PYROSHOW International is returning to Point Turton to put on a cracker of a show this New Year’s Eve, with a fireworks spectacular to be launched from the jetty.