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Port Augusta Community Forum Tonight

Port Augusta City Council are holding a Community Forum and Council Meeting, followed by an informal gathering tonight. The Community Forum will take place at the Port Augusta Public Library at the Civic Centre and kick off at 5:30pm, with the public invited to attend and share their thoughts, ideas and...

Port Pirie Heavy Trades Industry Course Starts Again

Port Pirie’s Heavy Industry and Multi-Trades Program is returning with 12 new participants starting the course today. Following last year’s success, the course provides participants with skills and experience across four industry streams; Engineering, Electrical/Renewables, Construction and Civil & Mining. 50 applications were submitted with 12 participants selected. Course Co-ordinator Lynn Wallace...

Yorke Peninsula Tourism Partner with HWR Media

Yorke Peninsula Tourism have once again partnered with HWR Media and Communications, to produce a new Yorke Peninsula Visitor Guide. February 4th and 5th, members of the HWR sales and advertising team will be in region, offering Yorke Peninsula tourism operators & businesses the chance to chat to a consultant about...

Whyalla Businesses Book Your Spot

Whyalla businesses have the opportunity to be a part of the Marsh Community Series AFL pre-season match between Port Adelaide and the Western Bulldogs on March 7th. A limited amount of corporate viewing marquees will be available for businesses to utilise on game day and cater for up to 30 people...

The Clare Valley’s Allan Mayfield is South Australian Citizen of the Year

It has been a big week for the Clare Valley’s Allan Mayfield being awarded South Australian Citizen of the Year as part of this year's Australian Day Awards in Adelaide. Allan has devoted himself to numerous community events and committees, whilst securing funding from Federal and State Governments to extend The...

Australia Day in the Spencer Gulf

Locals will be celebrating across the Spencer Gulf this Australia Day! In Port Pirie locals can venture down to the Solomontown Foreshore for a watermelon eating competition, family fun activities and a jumping castle! There will also be a flag raising ceremony kicking off at 8am. In Port Augusta a free community...

Port Augusta’s Central Oval Turf Update

Port Augusta’s Central Oval is currently being upgraded due to grant funding of close to $500,000 provided through the Office for Recreation, Sport & Racing’s Grassroots Football, Netball and Cricket Fund. Irrigation and the growing medium have been put in place and finalised, with the installation of grass underway. 8,000 m2 out...

Yorke Peninsula Local Jordan Tilbrook Takes it to the Next Level

14-year-old Yorke Peninsula local Jordan Tilbrook has been selected to represent South Australia at the National Cricket Championships. Jordan is the only player from the Yorke Peninsula in the team of 14, heading to Ballarat to fight for the championship title next month.   Jordan splits his time between the Glenelg Cricket...

Port Pirie Road Assessment

Port Pirie Council have undertaken a major inspection of Council roads and road assets this week. Condition assessments of all road assets in the region are conducted every five years. The results are then used to inform Council’s 10 Year Capital Works Plan. The latest inspection will include Sealed roads, Footpaths, Kerbs,...

Peterborough Experiences a Blood Red Sky

Peterborough locals saw an apocalyptic storm pass through town, as gusts of wind averaging 60 to 70 kilometers swept through clouds of dust earlier this week. SAPOL advised drivers to take care on the roads along Barrier Hwy between Peterborough and Yunta due to the dust storm that reduced visibility to...

Second Person Charged Over Drug Raid at Port Pirie

A second man has been arrested and charged for drug offences following the search of a home in Port Pirie this month. Port Pirie Police searched a home in Gordon Street and allegedly located approximately 10 grams of methamphetamine, 4 grams of MDMA, a medieval style mace and over 100 items...