Items filtered by date: December 2019
THE challenge of financial hardship and social isolation at Christmas is more complex and challenging this year as The Salvation Army responds to poverty, the devastating impact of a rolling bushfire crisis and the relentless grip the worst drought in living memory has on rural and regional Australia.
I HAVE just come home after spending a week on a little cattle and sheep station in New South Wales.
WITH the holidays upon us, I remind holidaymakers of the gem that is Port Wakefield.
I ATTENDED the Rotary Markets in Kadina on Saturday, November 30.
NATIONAL Stroke Week may be over for another year, but raising awareness of the F.A.S.T. signs of stroke is an ongoing mission we can all embrace.
MINISTER for Energy Angus Taylor, it is now widely recognised the burning of fossil fuels is a global disaster. Yet you continue your slavish, even criminal, devotion to the fossil fuel industries, coal in particular.
IT’S that time of year again, when we are all excited to spend the holidays surrounded by loved ones and sharing the joy of Christmas.
YORKE Peninsula is filling with Christmas cheer as festive events are happening throughout the region.
Cruise visit to Wallaroo cancelled as YP swelters
THE Vasco da Gama cruise ship’s second visit to Wallaroo, scheduled for tomorrow (Wednesday), has been cancelled as the region experiences a week of intense heat.