Items filtered by date: December 2019
MAITLAND Hospital and Health Service has constructed a new pergola to provide shade and comfort for its patients and residents.
KAREN Warren, of Yorketown, is coordinating the catering for BlazeAid at Edithburgh in the wake of the devastating southern Yorke Peninsula bushfire in November.
A NEW chapter in the story of the former Eland’s Bonded Store building was unveiled at the official opening of the Bond Store, Wallaroo, last Thursday, December 19.
MOTHER and daughter Steph and Lauren Krieg will share their experiences trekking the Kokoda Trail at a breakfast in Wallaroo on January 5.
Report by: Kristin Murdock
BRENTWOOD farmer Peter Wilson admits he did “all the wrong things” when bitten by a snake in the paddock, including having a cup of coffee before contacting medical help.
TEN BlazeAid trailers full of tools and supplies have been deployed from Viterra storage facilities to help fire-affected communities rebuild on the lower Yorke Peninsula.
REGISTRATIONS are now open for Grains Research and Development Corporation Grains Research Updates at Adelaide and Balaklava in February.
SOUTH Australian drought-affected farmers will receive extra support through a $21million package announced by the state government.
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