DUE to circumstances beyond our control, this week's Yorke Peninsula Country Times is not currently available at Woolworths Kadina.
We want to make it clear the YP Country Times was printed and supplied to our distributor Kadina Newsagency on time.
However, it is up to the newsagency to deliver it to Woolworths. Due to an ongoing dispute, the newsagency elected not to supply Woolworths until the situation is resolved.
We want our valued readers to know this, and have access to the paper at all of the other usual locations.
This week's YP Country Times is still available at every other place you can usually pick up the paper. For Kadina this includes the Royal Exchange Hotel drive-through, BP On The Run, Caltex service stations and Kadina IGA.
All the papers which would usually be at Woolworths are all still at Kadina Newsagency and are available for sale there.
Alternatively, you can drop into our office at 31 Goyder Street, Kadina, to purchase your copy.
We sincerely hope our readers will pick their paper up from the newsagency for this week as we do everything possible to ensure it is back in Woolworths as soon as possible.
We will notify our readers as soon as the situation changes.
Huge crowds turned out for Anzac Day services across Yorke Peninsula on Monday, April 25.
THIS is the last week for people to submit their feedback about proposed cuts to size, bag and boat limits for recreational fishers, and controversial ideas to restrict fishing for King George whiting.
CHARTER boat operators fear they will be heavily impacted by many of the state governmentâ€™s proposed changes to recreational fishing rules.
A DIABETES support group has been formed on Yorke Peninsula to help locals share their experiences and advice.
CONSTRUCTION will start on the Kadina central business district, Copper Coast Sport and Leisure Centre and Port Hughes boat ramp this year.
GRAVES Street, Kadina, has one, Owen Terrace, Wallaroo, will have one and George Street, Moonta wonâ€™t have one. So, what is a zebra crossing?
OWNER-driver truckies have won their battle against the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal.
WORK on the Wallaroo Shores Resort is expected to begin in July.