Yorketown Area School’s surfing team has capped off a strong year by winning the South Australian School Surfing Team Event.
The second round of AFL Super Rules, a program run by the Western United Sports and Community Club based on men’s health and wellbeing, has kicked off at Warooka.
THE wreck of the Ethel, which normally lies buried in the sand on the Innes National Park beach bearing its name, has been fully revealed for the first time since storms stripped the sand away in 2015.
WHEN Christine Van Rysingen, of Wool Bay, was diagnosed with leukaemia seven years ago, rather than dwell on her diagnosis, she used it as a catalyst to give back to the community.
THE 31st annual ram sale for Garry, Gwen and Joseph Murdoch at North Cowie Merino Stud, Warooka, resulted in a record average being achieved across the main sale.
THREE community consultation sessions have been held about the Rewilding Yorke Peninsula project proposed by the Northern and Yorke Natural Resource Management Board on southern YP.
TAYLOR Wittholz, who has recently moved near Stansbury, is hoping to breathe life back into the Southern Yorke Peninsula Pony Club, which is in recess.
CONSUMERS will now have a better idea of where their food comes from after tough new country of origin labelling laws became mandatory on July 1.