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Police Urge Locals to Lock Your Cars

South Australian Police are issuing a warning to car owners to lock up your vehicles and not to leave valuables in sight, following a recent increase in thefts from cars. Incidents have occurred across all days of the week and at all times of the day and night. Items targeted include: cash,...

Police Investigate in Wallaroo

Police are investigating an incident at Wallaroo yestetrday, where a man was threatened with a firearm. About 4am on Monday, a man was driving along Prince Street at Wallaroo when he saw a man kicking over wheelie bins in the street. The driver stopped and confronted the man who subsequently produced...

Regional Council of Goyder Have Launched a New Website

The new Regional Council of Goyder website is now live and was built with the intention to give locals access to services and information, in a new user-friendly design. The website will offer new features, with an easy to navigate menu structure, with simple quick links and a powerful search function. Latest...

Holiday Closures for Local Businesses and Services

During the festive season the following businesses and services will be closed. Below is a list of closures: WHYALLA Council Civic Building: Closed from 3pm on Tuesday 24th of December and reopens on Thursday January 2nd. Whyalla Library: Closed from 5pm on Tuesday 24th of December and reopens on Thursday 2nd of January at...

Whyalla Man and Child Arrested

Police have arrested a child and man after numerous complaints about pit bikes and a Holden sedan in Whyalla Stuart. At 3pm on Saturday, police attended access roads and laneways behind Whyalla Stuart when they saw numerous pit bikes and a Holden sedan. Upon seeing police, the riders and the driver...

Port Augusta’s Westside Jetty Update

Port Augusta City Council have provided an update on the Westside Jetty which was reported as ‘not feasible or economically viable to repair’ by Magryn and Associates Pty Ltd in February this year. Council stated, “Several pylons are severely degraded and completely separated. The Jetty was non-compliant with Australian Standards for...

New CEO Kristen Clark Starts with Whyalla City Council

Starting tomorrow Kristen Clark has been appointed acting CEO for the Whyalla City Council, in a decision made by elected members. The new appointment follows the resignation of Mr Cowley who will be taking up the position of CEO with the City of Burnside early next year. Mayor Clare McLaughlin has said,...

Police Suspect Whyalla Fire was Deliberately Lit

Police are investigating a suspicious fire at Point Lowly late last week and are asking for anyone in the area to contact police. Police attended Point Lowly Road, Point Lowly about 6pm on Thursday following a report of a fire.  They located a fire in scrubland just off the road, about one...

Moonta Overnight Break In

Police are investigating a break-in at a Moonta surf shop overnight and have released CCTV of the three intruders. Just after 3.15am last night, three people broke into a Moonta store and stole numerous items from the shelves. The intruders, described as two men and a woman, all wore masks and stolen...

Port Augusta Roads Affected by Heat

Port Augusta Council have issued a warning for locals to drive with caution, as the heat has affected roads in the city.  The Port Augusta Council stated in a Facebook post, that "Due to the extreme heat some roads are showing signs of bleeding." McConnal Road, Alma Street, Forster Street and Cobbin...

SA Police Remind Locals of Beach Thefts

South Australian Police are urging locals to remain vigilant with their valuables, while hitting the beach during the warmer weather. Police advise, keeping a watchful eye on belongings and ensuring your vehicle is locked and secure at all times. Police suggest the following: *Minimise what valuables you take to the beach and attach...