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Tomorrow Night! Cheese Dancing and Supporting a Great Cause

Tomorrow night (20th of Feb) , dust off your dancing shoes to raise money for Breast Cancer in Port Augusta. The Mid Summer Night Ball will be held outside on Central Oval at the South Augusta Football Club from 7pm to fund raise and support Breast Cancer Network Australia. There will be...

13 Year Old fatally Hit By Bus in Balaklava

A 13-year-old boy has been fatally hit by a bus in Balaklava. Emergency services were called to the scene about 3:20pm after receiving reports that a pedestrian had been hit by a bus. The collision happened at the corner Wallace Street and May Terrace, outside Balaklava High School. Sadly the 13-year-old local boy,...

Kerbing Works Kicking Off in Whyalla

In Whyalla, Kerbing replacement works are currently underway, starting at the Playford Avenue at end of Elliott Street and progressing to Essington Lewis Avenue.  The works are expected to take up to 2 months to be completed and anyone directly affected were advised via letterbox drop. For the first phase, traffic will...

Planning & Development Simplified for SA

  South Australia’s new planning system for large regional towns and metropolitan areas will launch on 19 March. The implementation of the new planning system across the entire state will mark a major milestone for planning and development in South Australia, with the completed Code becoming the single reference point for the...

Fishing Deal an Australian-First Agreement

On Monday the 15th of February, Premier Steven Marshall and Regional Development Minister David Basham signed a historic deal formalising the rights of the First Nations people of the Yorke Peninsula to practice traditional fishing. Under the deal, the State Government will continue to manage fishery and aquatic resources, but Narungga...

Moonta looking 'Mint' by end of March.

In Moonta, The Copper Coast Council announced the final stage of the Frances Terrace upgrade involving the Frances and Milne Terrace roundabout recommenced last week. The underground stormwater upgrade is underway and is due to finish late March. Excavation and pipe layout is currently in progress and once completed, this will allow...

Registrations Closing for YP Art Exhibition

The YP Art Exhibition taking place over the Easter long weekend will have registrations close at midnight tonight (17th of February).  This is a great opportunity for local, emerging and established artists to get their work on show, as well as put themselves in the running for some great prizes with...

Calling Local Artists for New Port Augusta Mural

The Port Augusta City Council is inviting local artist to complete a new Public Art Mural.Seeking expressions of interest, Council is calling for submissions of concept designs and preferred locations to showcase the Art. There are two installations that the Council requires, being an Aboriginal Artwork and a piece based upon...

Carbon Farming Report Could Change SA Pastoral Rangelands

The proposed new Pastoral Act from Marshall Liberal Government will pave the way for unrealised opportunities in carbon farming of up to $84 million per year over the next 25 years, this has the potential to create additional jobs and boost regional economies. This is according to a report titled 'SA...

Whyalla Beach Cafe is Coming Back!

The people and council have spoken and the future of the Whyalla beach café has been decided.  In response to community feedback, Whyalla City Council released a survey in January which enabled residents to have their say on the future of the foreshore café facility over the short-to-medium term. The Public Survey...

Big Blank Canvas Awaiting your Creative Flare

  You have until tomorrow the 17th of February to get your submissions in for the next nightly Wallaroo Silo Light Show theme of Sport. The new theme will begin on Friday the 5th of March. The Copper Coast council is calling for any photos, videos, words, drawings, music and sounds. The Council advises If your...