Items filtered by date: April 2020
Anzac Day was celebrated in a different way this year, as only small gatherings could attend official dawn services and other commemorations due to COVID-19 restrictions.
May whiting ban lifted
THE usual ban on King George whiting fishing for parts of southern Yorke Peninsula during May has been lifted.
THE state government has encouraged parents to send their children to school and preschool for term two, which started yesterday (Monday, April 27).
YORKE Peninsula received a solid soaking of rain on the weekend and there should be more where that came from, as heavy falls are forecast for tomorrow right across Yorke Peninsula.
MORE than 100 sheep were killed, or had to be euthanised, after a truck rolled at the Federation Corner roundabout yesterday (Monday, April 27).
A KADINA woman allegedly recorded a blood-alcohol reading six times the legal limit when she was stopped by police on Saturday, April 25.
THE state government is offering a one-off $500 payment to help ease cost of living pressures.
A GROUP of walkers from Arthurton and surrounds is getting ready to rack up the kilometres in the name of research.
THE coronavirus pandemic has caused Yorke and Northern Local Health Network hospitals to make some slight changes.