WITH mice numbers on the rise, farmers are utilising local bait stations in preparation for seeding.
MINLATON Ag Bureau members enjoyed a visit to Hillview, the Greenslade farm at Urania, on Monday evening, March 27.
LAST year, during one of the savage storms which wreaked havoc across our district, two trees were felled, damaging the wall surrounding the Moonta cemetery.
I’M after some opinions from lawn bowlers in regards to how we can attract more players to our great game.
I WISH to comment about the control (actually lack of control) of proclaimed pest plants by the North and Yorke NRM Board.
WITH recent changes to fishing bag limits and fish sizes, many people are justifiably concerned about the future of fishing in this state.
I RECENTLY watched a revealing story on ABC’s Landline about a street-based initiative in Buderim, Queensland, to grow fruit for community use. This is a great initiative now severely threatened by the local council’s insistence the group sponsoring and driving the initiative must take out expensive liability insurance so no one becomes liable for prosecution if some kind of accident stimulates a legal claim.
REGARDING the article Campaigning against rate capping (YPCT 21-3-17), I would suggest the real reason the Local Government Association does not wish to see rate capping is when councils start looking at their budgets they may see the payment to the LGA as the first casualty.