Items filtered by date: February 2020
Advertising Promotion: Elders Minlaton
ELDERS Minlaton looks forward to a new chapter of the business, after a slight shuffling of staff members.
AFTER bushfires devastated Yorketown, Edithburgh, Honiton and Price last November, the clean-up effort required was enormous.
YORKE Peninsula Country Times journalists share their favourite songs of the 2010s, continuing this week with Nick Perry.
I HAVE travelled around the Frances Terrace/George Street corner several times a day for 20 years and seen three accidents and numerous near misses.
A PORT Wakefield pro fisher was caught entering a no-go fishing sanctuary eight times to set longlines, catching and selling snapper at $23,209 (YPCT 18-2-20).
WITH regards to the Donna Bridges’ letter (YPCT 18-2-20) regarding that ridiculous ramp situation in Kadina, I know exactly how frustrated she feels.
HISTORICALLY, the earth has experienced many climate changes with average temperatures fluctuating during the planet’s 4.54-billion-year history.
PRIME Minister Scott Morrison was the first cab off the rank to criticise the big battery recently installed at Jamestown by the Weatherill Labor government.
THE outlook and assessment of shows has grown from being aimed at the need to showcase what the district has had to offer the community. Other forms of showcasing, now, include the likes of field days that warrant a need to spend x amount of money to cater for what is offered to the businesses, farmers, tradespeople and public.