Items filtered by date: May 2020
TEAM Arthurton is on track to reach its fundraising milestone for Multiple Sclerosis Research Australia.
AS Yorke Peninsula reopens for regional travel, businesses are asking people to book directly — not through third-party websites — to ensure maximum benefit to the local economy.
Northern Areas and Kadina and District Netball Associations are the latest to blow the whistle on the 2020 season.
With the current lull in sporting pursuits, the YP Country Times counts down local sport highlights as reported in the week’s corresponding editions over the past 50 years...
JULIE Mason is ready to jump out of the driver’s seat when she retires from her role as regional manager of Yorke Peninsula Community Transport on June 25.
Copper Coast Woodworkers members are chipping away at new projects after a relaxation in COVID-19 restrictions has allowed them back into their clubhouse/workshop.
LOCAL author Tricia Stringer visited Wallaroo Primary School to launch its “For the Love of Reading” whole-school focus on Friday, May 8.