FROM next year, all students enrolled in teaching qualifications in South Australia will have to pass a literacy and numeracy test before they graduate.
A MARCH and ceremony on Sunday, August 5, concluded five days of celebrations for Wallaroo RSL sub-branch's centenary.
Bailey McNicholl, of Kadina, has returned from a whirlwind trip to the USA where he represented Australia in the U21 Deaf Basketball Championships.
WALLAROO’s RSL sub-branch is one of the first on Yorke Peninsula to reach its centenary, and the community is invited to join in the celebrations.
FORMER Harvest Christian School, Kadina, student Sarah Browning, originally of Agery, has received the University of South Australia’s David Pank Education Scholarship.
FATHER Raymond Pope, of Wallaroo, continues to assist church masses at the age of 92, and 26 years after retirement and there’s no dimming his spirit down now.
WINTER has well and truly descended on Yorke Peninsula and if you think it has felt even colder than usual you’d be right.
FUNDS collected on Yorke Peninsula during The Salvation Army’s Red Shield Appeal are up by 41 per cent from the previous year, despite not reaching the $15,000 target.