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Voice Presiding Members meet for first time

The inaugural State Voice met for the first time last week with its goals and direction taking shape among its 12 presiding members. The State...

Council discuss potentially reinstating Old Town Hall Clock

PORT AUGUSTA - Port Augusta City Council discussed the possibility of the having the old town clock reinstated at the latest council meeting and...

Chance for First Nations artists to shine

PORT AUGUSTA - ADAC Port Augusta has organised a First Nations art competition for people of all ages to align with NAIDOC week through...

Hopes and dreams

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Kite and Owls dominate

PORT PIRIE - The matches played at the Port Pirie Table Tennis Club on June 11 saw the Owls take on the Falcons and...

The will of Wilmington recognised

The Wilmington Bowling Club recently was acknowledged by Bowls SA, claiming the Small Club of the Year award. Bowls SA held its Awards Night on...

Brook bird wins on the northern route

PORT PIRIE - The Port Pirie Homing Society conducted a race from Parachilna, on the northern route, on Saturday June 15. The distance to the...

The faster, the louder, the better

PORT PIRIE - The Sporting Car Club of Port Pirie held dirt circuit racing on June 2 at their track on the Spencer Highway...

Spencer Gulf Netball Carnival

REGION - Spencer Gulf Carnival is held every year in either Port Pirie, Whyalla or Port Augusta and for 2024 Port Pirie was the...

Spencer Gulf flies high

REGION - In the interleague match on the weekend, Whyalla fought it out against Spencer Gulf in a see-sawing battle that resulted in some...

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Go ahead for green and gold

PORT AUGUSTA - A compromise between the City of Port Augusta and Green Gold Energy Pty Ltd will see a 4.95MW solar farm built...

Confidence back ‘in the red’

Drier-than-average weather conditions through the autumn sowing window have resulted in South Australian farmer confidence taking a dramatic U-turn in the latest quarter,...

Gas tanker catches fire

A gas tanker caught fire on the corner of the Lincoln Highway and Port Bonython road in the early morning of June 17th. Just...

Murals transform Whyalla

The Whyalla City Council’s Small Walls Murals Project has added a splash of colour around town, with a number of local artists commissioned to...

Booleroo – Stone Hut Rail Trail officially opened

MOUNT REMARKABLE - The District Council of Mount Remarkable has officially opened and celebrated the completion of the Booleroo-Stone Hut section of the Remarkable...

Ramping success for Pirie

PORT PIRIE - The refurbishment of the Port Davis Boat Ramp has been completed with the construction of a new two lane concrete ramp...