MALCOLM Eglington’s lengthy letter could easily have been condensed into two sentences: “My religious beliefs tell me only those men and women who can expect to have children should be allowed to marry. And therefore my beliefs should override everyone else’s freedoms to think and act differently.”
ON Saturday, September 9, I found myself up at the Moonta Tourism Office using the public computers and copying service which I must say is invaluable to those of us who always run out of ink on the weekend!
REGARDING the letter Postal plebiscite (YPCT 19-9-17).
TO the unknown local residents who assisted with cleaning and removing graffiti from our premises (the result of vandals last week), we publicly thank them for their help.
HUNGRY Jack’s is coming to Kadina as part of a $3million upgrade to the On The Run service station on Frances Terrace.
PARSONS Beach, near Minlaton, will soon be officially recognised as a standalone locality, and residents of the picturesque coastal community couldn’t be happier.
Nightclub “too loud” despite meeting noise standards
LIQUOR Licensing has been called in to address noise complaints levelled at CC’s Nightclub, part of the Copper Coast Hotel, Wallaroo.
SENVION Australia has been granted yet another 12-month extension to begin development of its Ceres wind farm near Curramulka.
Increase in local births
THE start of spring has brought an increase in babies being born at Wallaroo Hospital.