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Council’s green report

The Whyalla City Council’s Open Spaces team has been hard at work across the community, as can be seen in this month’s online Ordinary...

Looking into the past

Maritime Museum curator Paul Mazourek is conducting a series of historical talks this Cuttlefest, discussing the geological and anthropological significance of Barngarla country. Paul will...

Mirage at Whyalla beach

Have you noticed this strange sighting at the beach recently? Beachgoers were lucky to witness a rare optical phenomenon at the Whyalla foreshore last week,...

Fishers shape future

Recreational fisher’s voice to government, RecFish SA, are holding community fishing forums in Whyalla on the 21st of June. The forum will allow fishers to...

Think before you spray

Following a dry May, good June rains are expected, but most grain producers across the state have been forced into dry seeding. The Department...

Looking back: Whyalla

WATER RELIEF INVESTIGATED Massive rains which poured down on Whyalla recently left roads flooded and puddles of water throughout the city due to poor stormwater...

Frogs in focus for census

REGION - Green Adelaide and Landscape Boards across the state have partnered on the FrogWatch SA Seasonal Census to encourage citizen science and gather...

Trail marks another milestone

REGION - Hikers, mountain bikers and tourists will be able to traverse another part of the Remarkable Rail Trail after works were completed on...

Patch of theatre surprise

REGION - Patch Theatre will bringing the magic of theatre to classrooms across the Mid North in June with its show, Spark: Glow and...

Street Talk What is your favourite winter food?

What is your favourite winter food?

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...