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Whyalla Domestic Assault Ends In Hospitalisation

A man has been arrested and a woman has been flown to the Royal Adelaide Hospital following a domestic assault in Whyalla Stuart. Police allege that about 9.20am yesterday (Thursday, September 23), emergency services were called to a house on Murphy Crescent following reports of a man assaulting his partner causing...

Climate Change At The Top Of The List For New Arid Lands Landscape Board Strategic Plan

The Arid Lands Landscape Board has launched a brand new five-year strategic plan, with climate change risks at the forefront. The new plan details the board's priorities, including helping threatened species and ecosystem recovery, providing land managers with necessary information to mitigate climate change, and will guide its investment through to...

Last Game Of The Year Tomorrow

This weekend in the local footy, the SGL will polish off the regional footy season with the Grand Final match set for tomorrow afternoon. This year’s final will be an all-Port Pirie affair, following last weekend’s knockout game where PropRisdon dominated South Augusta ending their Grand Final streak. Solomontown have been sitting...

Joy Baluch Bridge Duplication New Road Closure

Preparation works for the construction of the shared-use path as part of the Joy Baluch Bridge duplication project, will begin tomorrow. In order to safely undertake works on the embankment of the Augusta Highway, Langsford Street will be closed between Jervois Street and Langsford Street for approximately 8 weeks, with temporary...

Two New Covid Exposure Sites Identified In Port Augusta

SA Health has identified two new exposure locations in Port Augusta linked to a positive case in a truck driver from New South Wales who travelled through South Australia to WA. The two times and locations in question are: - The BP Port Augusta Truckstop on the Augusta Highway on Saturday September...

Copper Coast NYE Fireworks To Go Ahead

The Copper Coast New Years Eve fireworks display will go ahead this year, following the cancelation due to the pandemic last year. Secretary of the Drake Supermarket Copper Coast New Years Eve Celebrations committee, Bob Short, announced the normal fireworks will be set off in Wallaroo at 9.30pm and midnight. The committee...

Three New Surgeons Heading To Port Pirie Hospital

Starting this week, three new surgeons will begin visiting Port Pirie for two days a week to assist with patient consultations and surgical practise. The three extra sets of hands are a result of a new program and partnership with Northern Adelaide Local Health Network (NALHN) and the Yorke and Northern...

Snake Season Beginning Around The Region

Across the region, snake season is beginning as they leave ‘brumation’, similar to hibernation, and become a lot more mobile. The Department for Environment and Water is advising residents to be aware of snakes as winter ends and they slither out. The most common types of snakes in the Mid-North region are...

Bute Silo Art Is One Step Closer To Completion

The Bute Silos are one step closer to becoming the centrepiece of the town. Contractors have completed rust damage repairs to the steel drums closest to the main street, and recently finished painting them white. They are now prepped and ready for artist, Scott Nagy, to begin the mural early next year. The...