YORKE Peninsula Council has won another award for its Walk the Yorke initiative, Best Overall Project at the 2016 KESAB Sustainable Communities awards.
A DOUBLE lung transplant would mean the world to Wallaroo’s Daniel Battams and his family.
PORT Broughton’s Judy Rhodes has been practically house-bound since developing chronic fatigue syndrome 11 years ago.
MANY Yorke Peninsula businesses are choosing to sign up to the I Choose SA directory to show the public they’re a local business, supporting local jobs and local industry.
WITH the weather finally warming up, boaties should take the opportunity to check all safety equipment on their boats before taking to the water.
SKATEBOARD, scooter and bike riders pulled out all stops to impress judges at the first Minlaton skate park event on Sunday, November 20.
ALFORD residents will soon pick up their mail from a new address.
FRIENDS of Hooded Plover volunteers and Natural Resources Northern and Yorke staff are excited by the hatching of two hooded plover chicks at Moonta Bay on Saturday, November 12.
BARBARA Jeschke, 17, is getting used to country life on the Copper Coast as part of her nearly year-long student exchange.
A CONCEPT design for redeveloping the Point Turton playground has parents behind the idea excited to create a natural play space for their children, and the hundreds who holiday in the town.