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Whyalla’s Bennett Oval Development on Track

Whyalla’s Bennett Oval development is well on track according to Council who have stated that Adelaide company Stud Carpentry have kept up the pace despite extreme weather conditions in recent weeks. Mossop Constructions + Interiors have been contracted by Council to complete the grandstand precinct redevelopment, and have stated, “Their hard...

Two Men Arrested in the Mid North

Two men have been arrested after numerous thefts from building and construction sites in the Mid North. Police allege that patrols were called to Avon, after reports of two men stealing railway sleepers. A further search of the men’s vehicle uncovered a large amount of stripped copper wiring from newly built houses,...

Two Men Arrested in the Mid North

Two men have been arrested after numerous thefts from building and construction sites in the Mid North. Police allege that patrols were called to Avon, after reports of two men stealing railway sleepers. A further search of the men’s vehicle uncovered a large amount of stripped copper wiring from newly built houses,...

Music Innovation Funding Arrives in Regional SA

Three schools in Port Pirie, Peterborough and Kadina are set to benefit from the second round of the State Government’s Music Innovation Fund. Close to $30,000 dollars in funding has been allocated to the three schools in an effort to provide all students, including those with complex needs, access to high...

Whyalla Mayor Receives Support from the State Government

Whyalla Mayor Clare McLaughlin’s campaign to repurpose the three Whyalla high school sites, has received support from the state government. Following the 2022 opening of the city’s new 100 million dollar school, three sites will no longer be of use, with McLaughlin stating, “The community has concerns over these sites and...

Port Augusta Council Receive Regional Growth Funding

Port Augusta City Council was one of ten projects to receive over $100,000 dollars from the states Regional Growth Fund. The funding is set to assist in the upgrade of Port Augusta’s infrastructure around the foreshore and CBD, in an effort to enhance the city’s tourism and local economy. A number of...

Kybunga Top Road Bridge Council Works Completed

Trucks over 10 tonnes are now able to cross the Kybunga Top Road culvert bridge for the first time since the bridges upgrade. Wakefield Regional Council spent close to $100,000 dollars on the project, which has created a more direct route for trucks in an effort to reduce detours and the...

Port Augusta Council Receive Aviation Funding

The Port Augusta City Council have received close to $400,000 dollars in funding under the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure’s Support Regional Aviation Initiative. The Port Augusta Airport, will now see a ‘Precision Approach Path Indicator’ lighting system installed, which acts as a visual aid on the runway, allowing pilots...

Building Regional Roads Will Save Lives and Create Jobs

Regional South Australia is set to benefit from the upgrade of our regional roads, boosting jobs and building stronger regional communities, whilst saving lives and improving safety. The Marshall Liberal Government announced, that during the last State Budget, over $1 billion dollars have been allocated to regional road and infrastructure upgrades. 690...

Funding Available for Drought Affected Communities

Regional South Australian’s can now apply for the ‘Building Better Regions Fund’ under the Community Investments Stream, which aims to support projects that benefit drought-affected areas. Grants between $5,000 and $1 million dollars are available to cover upwards of 50% of the eligible projects total costs. Smaller projects valued at less than...