COPPER Coast’s Council Development Assessment Panel has refused an application for eight cabins at Port Hughes Tourist Park.
YORKE Peninsula has 10 finalists in the SA Tourism Awards on Friday, November 4.
REMAINING pieces of the old Wallaroo swimming enclosure are now being removed.
MORE than 50 Port Broughton property owners attended a community meeting to discuss pro-tection from high tide flooding last Thursday, October 13.
MOSQUITO activity is expected to significantly increase due to recent heavy rain and flooding.
DISTRICT Council of Barunga West CEO Andrew Cole was selected to be part of the final nuclear citizens’ jury which began on October 8-9.
IN November 2004, 10 Tammar wallabies, a species thought to be extinct, were released into Innes National Park near the historic Inneston township.
YORKE Peninsula Council has approved gazetting bush camping locations at Len Barker Reserve near Point Turton, Port Minlacowie at Parara, south of Ardrossan, and near the Foul Bay boat ramp.
THE track from Harrys Point Road to Simms Cove, at Port Hughes, had been closed to the public.
THE new Ardrossan Country Fire Service training pad was put to good use with local volunteers learning lifesaving skills last month.