Millicent holiday trade halt

MILLICENT was the only township in South Australia where regulated shops had to remain shut on Boxing Day. Under laws originating in the 1920s, Woolworths, Target […]

Wight on track

THERE are many good sports stories from the Limestone Coast each year and one that pops to mind was the cycling Wights. Sibling rivalry was at […]

Cyclist safety a major focus

AS CYCLING fever sweeps across South Australia with excitement building for today’s launch of the Santos Tour Down Under, police are training their sights on cyclists […]

Home battery scheme powers up

THE State Government’s $200m home battery scheme has gone up another gear, with additional battery systems now eligible for the subsidy of up to $6000 per […]

Tech education win

MOUNT Burr Primary School students have proven they have “whatever it techs” in the classroom after winning an interstate competition using educational technology. Social Ventures Australia […]

Fibre optic network planned for schools

ALMOST every government school in the state will have a high-speed, fibre optic internet connection by mid-2020 under a landmark contract between the State Government and Telstra worth[…]

Border protection bears fruit

MORE than 230 drivers entering South Australia through Bordertown last weekend received fines for illegally bringing fruit into the state in a random roadblock operation undertaken […]

Power flow into South Australia increases

THE State Government has welcomed a 50MW increase in the capacity of the Heywood interconnector, which will help reduce the threat of blackouts in South Australia this summer and add[…]

Youths urged to explore university alternatives

APPRENTICESHIP Support Australia (ASA) is encouraging parents, business owners and students to consider alternatives to university, such as apprenticeships and traineeships, as youths look to their […]