Yorke Peninsula Country Times newspaper - Items filtered by date: November 2016
Tuesday, 01 November 2016 13:59

NYP farmers off and reaping

HARVEST has officially started on Yorke Peninsula.

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A WEBSITE is being created to help farmers better cope with issues beyond their control and researchers need help to develop the world-first project.

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Tuesday, 01 November 2016 13:57

Wet spring causes hay headaches

THE wet spring has had a major impact on the quality and quantity of hay grown on Yorke Peninsula.

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Tuesday, 01 November 2016 13:56

Stay ahead of diseases

PULSE growers are advised to stay one step ahead of diseases being favoured by wet soils and warmer temperatures.

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Tuesday, 01 November 2016 13:56

Farmers boosting South Australian jobs market

NEW research from Com­monwealth Bank shows South Australian farmers are the most likely in the country to hire more staff in the year ahead.

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Tuesday, 01 November 2016 13:43

Your View: Suicide stats

LATEST figures show, for the first time more than 3000 Australians died last year of suicide and suicide is at a 10-year high.

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Tuesday, 01 November 2016 13:43

Your View: BYO toilet

I needed to use the public toilets near the Coopers Alehouse at Wallaroo on Saturday, October 16.

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Tuesday, 01 November 2016 13:41

Your View: Daffodil Day thanks

Cancer Council celebrated the 30th year of Australians supporting Daffodil Day, on Friday, August 26.

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Tuesday, 01 November 2016 13:40

Your View: Global warming

ON October 23, Naomi Bittner, the principal spokesperson for the Heartland Farmers (who are opposed to the proposed Ceres wind farm) wrote on the Heartland Farmers Facebook page, “I have come to the conclusion that the risk of dangerous global warming, now and in the future, has been greatly exaggerated”.

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Tuesday, 01 November 2016 13:39

Your View: Can’t run on renewables alone

TO Lincoln Coull (YPCT 18-10-16), geothermal power showed great promise but it seems to have fallen into a very deep hole.

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