Items filtered by date: September 2019
I OPENLY admit I have been one of those people writing letters and voicing my concerns to both Barunga West and Copper Coast Councils, Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) and the EPA about the teddy bear fence.
A HUGE thank you to Darren from Stansbury RAA for his prompt call out on around 6.20am on Wednesday, September 11, regarding a roo not giving way to his right!
I WAS looking forward to attending this year’s Yorke Peninsula Football League grand final at Wallaroo, so much so that we paid to stay in the pet-friendly Port Hughes Caravan Park the night before.
I AM in the process of writing a book about the iconic John Martin’s department store.
FOLLOWING on from the recent successful celebration of the centenary of the Harry Butler Red Devil flight to Minlaton, I am endeavouring to ascertain details of the all re-enactment flights.
The NSW Swifts, and star GK Sarah Klau, are the 2019 Suncorp Super Netball Champions after defeating the Sunshine Coast Lightning 64 to 47 in Brisbane on Sunday, September 15.
Report by: Peter Argent
Top of the table all season, with 15 wins and three losses in the minor rounds, Woodville-West Torrens defeated nemesis South Adelaide for the first time in 2019 to collect back-to-back SANFL under 18 Torrens University Cup premierships at Adelaide Oval on Sunday, September 15.
The Yorke Peninsula district entered two teams comprising years 5 to 7 students in the state SAPSASA hockey tournament at Grange Royals Hockey Club, September 9-12.
Reporter: "Eagle M"
The temperature was in the mid-20s for the start of the Northern Areas Football Association A grade grand final between Broughton-Mundoora Eagles and Crystal Brook Roosters at Melrose on Saturday.