Items filtered by date: May 2020
KAYE Darling is hanging up the mic from local radio station Gulf FM after 19 years as a regular presenter.
THE state government has released a three-year Youth Action Plan.
FEDERAL Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey has announced the second round of the regional youth vocational education and training scholarships is open for applications.
Tesla Model 3 owners Chris and David Cann tested a handful of Tesla charging stations in the Yorke Peninsula Council region recently.
ANZAC Day was done differently at aged care facility Estia Health Kadina this year due to COVID-19 restrictions.
GENETICALLY modified crops can now be grown on mainland South Australia after the GM bill passed the upper house last Wednesday, May 13.
SOUTH Australia’s 2019-20 grain harvest finished on a more positive note than earlier projected, at an estimated 6.5 million tonnes, according to the latest PIRSA Crop and Pasture Report.
CHINA has imposed an 80 per cent tariff on Australian barley imports from today (Tuesday), a kick in the guts for local farmers whose growing season had otherwise been off to a fantastic start.
YP Country Times journalists continue their look back at the 2010s by ranking the best television series of the decade. This week, Fin Hansen shares his top five.