AN in-depth analysis of soil nitrogen reserves this summer has confirmed last year’s record high-yielding crops are likely to have severely depleted nitrogen levels for the coming season.
HERE we go again with the District Council of the Copper Coast CEO recommending to the elected members they move to charge a separate rate for disposing of our rubbish to Dublin.
I WOULD not normally write again but I am annoyed with the statement on your front page in quotes from Kylie Williams stating “Wallaroo did 652 surgeries including scopes last year while Yorketown did between 50 and 60” (YPCT 28-2-17).
I OBJECT strongly to the way southern Yorke Peninsula is being so arbitrarily treated regarding services at the Yorketown Hospital.
IT was with great disappointment I read about the closing of the operating theatre at Yorketown Hospital.
IN reply to Rod Thomas’s comments about the downgrading of Yorketown Hospital (YPCT 28-2-17), “no one was jumping up and down”.
NEWS our local hospital would no longer perform some surgeries and could become a 24-hour care post came as great shock to me, and I assume many other Yorketown residents.
THERE is a huge need for our hospital at Yorketown with an ageing population in the area, people retiring from Adelaide to the coastal towns and it being a very popular tourist destination. All these people will at some stage need health care.
FURTHER to Dr Kokar’s letter in the YPCT (28-2-17), I would just like to say how disgusted I am donations to Yorketown Hospital are not being allowed to be used to help repair or renew necessary equipment.