FIVE years since development approval for the Ceres wind farm was first granted, Senvion Australia has requested another 12-month extension to begin the development.
Mining bill enters parliament without consultation
FARMERS were surprised and angered when the state government moved to change South Australia’s mining laws last Thursday, August 2.
A TIME capsule buried in 1908 during a ceremony to lay the foundation stone for the Yorketown Uniting Church has been unearthed during the building’s demolition.
IN a unique National Science Week event, Yorke Peninsula Council will join The Nature Conservancy to host Marine Science in the Brewery at Watsacowie Brewery, Minlaton, on Friday, August 17.
FIFTY years on from the Battle of Coral-Balmoral during the Vietnam War, diggers have been honoured with the Unit Citation for Gallantry.
LOCAL oyster growers are reconsidering the future of the industry in the wake of the Pacific Oyster Mortality Syndrome outbreak two years ago.
YORKE Peninsula Council has finally settled on its rates for 2018-19, keeping increases at the low mark set on Wednesday, June 13.
ALWAYS bright and bubbly, with a ready smile, Effie Bartram celebrated turning 105 in her usual style last Thursday, June 28.
Special meeting tomorrow to change YPC rates again
THE rate debate is back on Yorke Peninsula Council’s agenda as a special council meeting has been called for tomorrow night (Wednesday).