More than 600 at Yorketown hospital meeting
THERE was a sense of déja vu when 600 people packed the town hall to fight for the future of Yorketown hospital last Thursday night, April 20.
THE harsh reality of the state’s escalating electricity prices was brought home during a presentation at Yorke Peninsula Council’s workshop meeting in March.
VOLUNTEERS from Yorketown CFS and Warooka SES were kept busy after the town copped a soaking last Thursday, April 20.
THE push to retain general surgeries at Yorketown hospital will step up a notch with the community expected to rally in large numbers at tomorrow (Thursday) night’s public meeting.
POINT Turton’s Royal Volunteer Coastal Patrol boat has been restricted to rescues no more than two nautical miles offshore.
SENVION Australia has submitted a minor development approval variation with the Development Assessment Commission which, if approved, would reduce the number of turbines at its Ceres wind farm project near Curramulka from 197 to 187.
FOR the past 56 years, penfriends Karyn May, of Point Turton, and Sally Hudson, Bristol, England, have shared their lives via the written word.
WITH only seven volunteers, Edithburgh Country Fire Service has issued an urgent call for people to join the brigade.
AN information pamphlet written from a personal perspective by Jill Huntley, of Minlaton, is striking a chord with many suddenly finding themselves thrust into the role of carer.