Motorists in dark over fuel price hike

REGIONAL centres are copping the brunt of petrol price spikes, with some areas recording a 28c per litre increase last week. Since Thursday, petrol prices in […]

Strong trespass laws welcomed by livestock group

SOUTH Australia’s peak organisation representing beef cattle and sheep producers has welcomed the State Government’s introduction of stronger trespass laws, with animal activists facing fines of […]

Cattle ramp shut down

ONE of the loading ramps at the Glenburnie Saleyards has been closed amid ongoing safety concerns. Grant District Council acting chief executive officer Jane Fetherstonhaugh has […]

Influenza death toll rises

NEARLY 100 people have now officially died from influenza this year, according the latest update by SA Health. There have been more than 22,000 notifications of […]

Charity speaks out over bureau findings

ANGEL Flight says it has co-ordinated free flights for more than 100,000 disadvantaged rural Australians and was committed to safety and welfare as its priority. In […]

Pearson found guilty of ‘unlawful storage’

CONTROVERSIAL Mount Gambier junkyard dealer Keith Pearson has been found guilty in the Environment Resources and Development Court SA of undertaking unlawful storage activities without development […]