Yorke Peninsula Country Times newspaper - Items filtered by date: May 2018
Tuesday, 15 May 2018 15:29

Hole range of issues for cemetery wall

COPPER Coast Council has developed a plan for the deteriorating Kadina Cemetery walls, but it has been slammed by local heritage experts.

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Tuesday, 15 May 2018 15:28

FARMING RATE RISE

YP Council plans 11.8% increase for ag land

FARMERS in the Yorke Penin­sula Council district face an 11.8 per cent rate increase for primary production land.

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Tuesday, 15 May 2018 15:27

Step forward for North Coast Road

YORKE Peninsula Coun­cil will increase maintenance for the notorious North Coast Road, Point Turton, while refreshing the road design so it can apply for funding to seal the 11-kilometre section.

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YORKE Peninsula Council will close its Warooka office.

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Tuesday, 15 May 2018 15:24

Barking for a dog park

A GROUP of enthusiastic animal owners are putting together a proposal for a dog park in Kadina.

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Tuesday, 15 May 2018 15:23

Digging in to rescue buried wombats

WOMBAT Awareness Organi­sa­tion volunteers have tried to rescue animals thought to have been intentionally buried alive at Port Hughes.

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BARUNGA West Council has released its draft annual business plan, which has a focus on roads and footpaths, for public consultation.

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Tuesday, 15 May 2018 15:20

Three YP young achievers recognised

THREE rising Yorke Pen­insula stars were recognised at the Channel 9 Young Achiever Awards gala dinner at Hilton Adelaide on Friday, May 11.

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Tuesday, 15 May 2018 15:20

NAPLAN testing starts across state

MORE than 80,000 South Aus­tralian students are taking part in National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy from today, and about 18,500 will take the test online for the first time.

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Tuesday, 15 May 2018 15:19

Budget delivers on health and tax

TAX relief for low and middle income earners, changes to superannuation and Youth Allowance, and rural health are being spruiked as the big wins in this year’s federal budget.

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Royal Exchange Hotel
Kadina Jewellers
Copper Coast Auto Electrical
Bridgestone Tyre Centre
Larwoods
Kadina Travel
Spiderman YP
YP Community Transport
Remsco
Sails
Crowell Concrete
Copper Coast Garage Doors
YP Marine
Coast Road Motors
JD Southwood
Kadina Heating
Loctite Self Storage
Minlaton Engineering
Optom All Vision Care
Protea Auto
Peninsula Plumbing
Wallaroo Pizza and Pasta
Desmond's Meat Service
Kadina Hotel
Star Of The Sea
Metal As Anything
SYP Motors
Sportspower
Copper Coast Hotel
Maitland Marine Services
Ziersch Cabinetmakers
Yorke Valley Hotel
Saltwater Cafe
Moonta Newsagency
Maitland Foodland