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Rural Business Support On its Way

The Rural Business Support's Mid North and Yorke Peninsula stakeholder information sessions will kick off tomorrow in Port Augusta. Drought response, Farm Household Allowance, COVID-19 Impacts and the Farm Debt Mediation Bill will be just some of the topics of conversation at the stakeholder information sessions happening across the region. The Port...

Eye Catching Bra Fence in Kadina

The Yorke Peninsula’s BRAdina Fence is back in Kadina, raising funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation this month. The fence is full of bra’s which have been donated along with a gold coin in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All donations can be made to council’s office, the library or...

Snake Season Approaches

The Department for Environment and Water are advising regional residents to be increasingly aware of snake breeding season. During the warmer months snakes become active out of a hibernation-like state, looking to breed and source food. Spokesperson Dr Toni Dalziel has said, “Eastern brown snakes are found everywhere, but each region has...

New Toilet Facilities for Bowman Park

Port Pirie Regional Council have advised that the existing toilet block located at Bowman Park in Crystal Brook will be closed from today. The closure will allow Council to construct a new toilet block as part of the Federal Government’s Drought Funding Projects program. The closure of the existing toilet block is...

Southern Flinders Precinct Information Session

An information session will commence tonight in Crystal Brook regarding the Southern Flinders Precinct. The Southern Flinders Ranges will soon see a $10 million dollar investment from the Federal and State Governments to establish the Southern Flinders Precinct, a world class tourism destination. There is an opportunity to find out more about...

Free Greens Disposal Day in Pirie

Fire Danger Season is fast approaching; Port Pirie Regional Council’s last Free Greens Disposal Day is this Sunday. Residents will have the opportunity to get their homes and properties ready by clearing their yards of any excess green waste. The Port Pirie Waste Transfer Station will be open between 10am – 2pm...

Whyalla’s Disability Access and Inclusion Plan Reviewed

Whyalla City Council are still seeking community feedback on their draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan which is currently being reviewed. The draft plan was created on the back of extensive community surveys, with close to 200 people who are either living with disability or supporting someone with disability completing the...

Rock the Ranges on This Weekend

Quorn locals are gearing up for the town’s very first live rock performance, ‘Rock the Ranges’. This weekend the Quorn Oval will be full of Led Zeppelin fans, as the Zep Boys pop into town to headline the inaugural event. Local South Australian talent will also be seen rocking out on stage...

Secret Men’s Business Group Launches

Men across the Mid North will have the opportunity to join a brand new group that is launching this weekend. Jamestown Apex Club and Mid North SPN have teamed up to create the group 'Secret Men's Business', offering men of all ages a social outlet, where everyone who joins can feel...

Wallaroo’s $70 Million Dollar Port

T-Port’s $70 million dollar Wallaroo Port is expected to create 200 jobs, with 40 of them on going. The grain export facility will see steel silos with 20,500 tonnes of grain capacity and a 500m rock causeway. The project will also feature six bunkers with a total of 240,000 tonnes of...

Burra’s Knitting Group Returns

The Burra Community Library will host the communities monthly Knitting and Crochet Group meeting tomorrow. From 10am, residents can head to the Burra Library for the chance to advance their skills, meet new people and even contribute to local charities and services. It is free to attend the meeting, with organisers happy...