OUR paper has always been highly supportive of Sea SA’s ferry service, as difficult as that has been, because it’s fantastic for the region. That is when it’s actually operating.
THIS week we are acknowledging several local groups and initiatives which have received Natural Resources Management funding.
LAST week we ran a special feature aiming to start the conversation about how locals can be healthier and our health services, and staff, can be better supported.
NYP health concerns sent to minister
WALLAROO Hospital’s emergency room is busier than other country centres but doctors are paid less, staff numbers are too low and the police are often called because of violent patients.
THIS week we delve into the numerous and serious issues facing health locally and I want to make it clear from the start this is not a criticism of any service, and certainly not of our wonderful health staff.
TRAFFIC lights will be added to the planned Federation Corner roundabout, activating only when they sense vehicles are queueing.
A HUGE crowd overflowed out of the chambers as the District Council of the Copper Coast prepared to accept this financial year’s budget last Wednesday.
ERIN Scott had the universe within her reach, finishing in the final five during the Australian Miss Universe final in Sydney last Thursday.
THERE has been significant interest in forming a ratepayers’ association to hold the District Council of the Copper Coast to account in a more organised and formal manner.