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Dual lanes to Lochiel?

THE Coalition’s pre-election funding commitment to duplicate the Augusta Highway between Port Wakefield and Port Augusta may be enough to create an additional two...

Dills on wheels

LOCHIEL’S picturesque Lake Bumbunga has enjoyed a spike in tourist numbers over recent years but a number of dipsy drivers keen for a closer...

Lachlan takes on Ultraman

AT just 25 years of age, former Robertstown local, Lachlan Ireland will be the youngest ever competitor in the Ultraman Australia Competition to be...

Mallala in the middle

A PETITION has been created to dissolve the Adelaide Plains Council, with the northern areas proposed to join Wakefield Regional Council and southern forming...

Happening hub at Eudunda Robertstown

IT’S been full pelt for the Eudunda Sports and Community Hub and its outreach facility with the Robertstown Courts, as it upgrades its facilities...

Solar hotspot

AS power prices continue to surge, more private businesses are turning to generating their own power, with three medium-sized solar farms to be built...

Northern Shows night of nights

MC George Seppelt welcomed 120 guests to the Clare Town Hall for the annual Northern Shows presentation dinner recently. During the evening awards were presented...

Hooray for Horrocks

Last week’s 2019-2020 Federal Budget delivered $44 million for the upgrade of Horrocks Highway, with the State Government announcing on Friday it would tip...

OVAL GOES ‘ROUND

Redevelopment ball back in Clare Valley sporting groups’ court The Clare oval redevelopment proposal has been put back into the hands of local sporting groups,...

Audit doesn’t add up

Ira Parker Nursing Home’s brilliant record slumps following shock report LAST week’s revelations the Ira Parker Nursing Home in Balaklava had failed in 19 of...

European wasp sightings reported in Clare

A tourist travelling through Clare was recently greeted by more than he bargained for, with European wasps reportedly invading a number of public spaces...