OUR three local councils meet for the first time in 2019 this week, and I have a resolution for them: let elected members speak to the media.
THE first season of The Sinner wasn’t perfect, but it was thrilling and incredibly addictive.
WHALE watching enthusiasts are asking locals to consider becoming volunteer citizen scientists, tracking the movements of whales around Yorke Peninsula.
A FEDERAL election will be held in the first half of this year, and the growing divide between progressives — the left — and conservatives — the right — is already threatening to play a part in the local result.
THE first time I covered a New Year’s Eve for the YP Country Times, it was for the wrong reasons.
THIS is our final paper for 2018.
THANK you to our valued readers and advertisers for your support in 2018, another big year at the YP Country Times.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, when everyone is filled with cheer and lists of the year’s greatest moments are plentiful.
A FRUSTRATING harvest is winding up across much of Yorke Peninsula.