YORKE Peninsula Council has called for the state government to hold an independent review into the land access provisions of the Mining Bill currently before parliament.
FORMER Yorketown resident Joy Daniell will celebrate her 100th birthday with family and friends this Saturday, February 23.
DESPITE third-world conditions and long days, Kay Barlow, of Edithburgh, found her time spent with Mercy Ships as a volunteer was everything she thought it would be and more.
KAY Spry has always had a general interest in birds, and the purchase of a holiday home at Corny Point 17 years ago took that interest to a whole new level.
AFLW Crows players Jessica Sedunary and Hannah Martin returned to their old stomping ground Minlaton District School to hold a clinic for years 4 to 7 girls on Monday, February 11.
FACILITIES shared by Country Fire Service and State Emergency Service volunteers in Warooka are being upgraded. Local contractors have started work on a new kitchen area.
WAROOKA’S Orrie Cowie Merino Stud started 2019 with a bang at the Great Southern Supreme Merino Show and Sale, the first major event on the Merino show calendar, held in Canberra last month.
Huge YP animal sanctuary project officially launched
AN ambitious plan to re-wild southern Yorke Peninsula with locally-extinct animals has been unleashed.
A STATE government proposal to partner with the private sector to develop new nature-based tourism opportunities, including a plan for a tourism village within Innes National Park, is gaining momentum.