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Yorke Peninsula Country Times newspaper - Items filtered by date: April 2017
Wednesday, 26 April 2017 15:11

Free dumping proposal

TAKING rubbish to the Copper Coast Resource Recovery Centre, Wallaroo, will be free if a proposal is adopted by council in its upcoming budget.

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017 15:10

Blue-ring octopus found at Wallaroo

BEACHGOERS should be aware of blue-ringed octopi after one was found just a couple hundred metres from the new Wallaroo swimming enclosure earlier this month.

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017 15:10

Spruiking Walk the Yorke

A RECENT forum focused on nature-based tourism and walking journeys provided Yorke Peninsula Council and Yorke Penin­sula Tourism the opportunity to spruik Walk the Yorke to tourism operators and conservation groups.

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017 15:09

Name change for Wateroo?

THE name of Wallaroo’s new pontoon swimming enclosure, Wateroo, is making a splash.

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017 15:08

Less Easter traffic than previous years

TRAFFIC through Port Wake­field during Easter was down on previous years, according to the Department of Plan­ning, Transport and infrastructure.

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BARUNGA Village’s $15million extension should begin in May.

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WAKEFIELD Regional Council has been named South Australia’s best regional council campaigner for National As­bestos Awareness Month.

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017 15:06

Record number of organ donations

A RECORD 1713 lives were saved through organ and tissue donation in Australia during 2016.

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017 15:04

From downtown Chicago to outback station

MADLEN Stringer, of Port Broughton, has swapped the bright lights of Chicago for life in a remote town in Queensland.

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017 15:03

Community bus Norma’s lifeline

FOR 80-year-old Norma Watson, of Stansbury, Yorke Peninsula Com­munity Transport’s community bus has become her “little lifeline” since her husband died 12 months ago.

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