Items filtered by date: May 2020
AN issue that is not receiving any public comment is the attempt through the Copper Coast Council to increase boat launching fees from the current $6 to $10.
FOLLOWING the four fine letters in the Yorke Peninsula Country Times (12-5-20), one can only concur that thank goodness the said chronicle is still operating; yes indeed.
IF you or a loved one had a stroke 30 years ago, the chances of returning to the life you knew were slim.
Netball cancelled, footy up in the air
YORKE Peninsula Netball Association has cancelled its 2020 season, becoming the first league in the state to make the call.
LOCAL recovery coordinator Kate Martin is pleased with the Yorke Peninsula bushfire recovery effort so far.
THE federal government has approved Yorke Peninsula Council’s second round of Drought Communities Programme projects.
A MAITLAND resident is $410,000 richer after winning division one in a X Lotto draw over the weekend — but they may not know it yet.
GRAIN industry leaders predict the tariffs placed on barley exported to China could come at a cost of up to $500million per year.
A DRIVER is in a critical condition after his car collided head-on with a road train near Port Arthur on the Yorke Highway, today (Tuesday, May 19).