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Church lease finalised

 A GROUP of Big Swamp residents are celebrating after successful discussions to take over the lease of the historical Big Swamp Church.The Lower Eyre...

Gunning for an UGLY win

LEUKAEMIA Foundation U.G.L.Y. Bartender of the Year participant, the Port Lincoln Hotel’s Brad Gunn, took out the top honour in the competition, raising more...

White Ribbon Day tackling domestic abuse

THIS year an average of two women have been killed every week as a result of partner abuse, double that of previous years.Tomorrow’s White...

SA Water encourages water wise attitudes

SA Water is reminding people to adhere to the state’s Water Wise Measures, which were introduced in December 2010 and remain in place. Watering is...

Fighter takes on sharks

ULTIMATE fighting championship (UFC) mixed martial artist fighter Stefan Struve jumped into a cage of a different kind on Wednesday, to dive with great white...

Magnificent student dance performance

ONCE again students of Odette's School of Dance treated their audience to a magnificent performance of colour and movement.In a clever twist, the dancers firstly demonstrated...

Letters to the editor

As a qualified engineer I was amazed to see, in rapid succession, articles in the Times recently on two high rise five-storey development applications...

Welcome changes to youth payment

MANY local families will be better off after changes to youth payment means testing measures were passed in federal parliament late last week.The changes will make...

BP oil drilling plans rejected

OFFSHORE oil and gas regulator, the National Offshore Petroleum Safety Environmental Management Authority, has rejected BP’s plan to drill in the Great Australian Bight in...

Traditional food, dance at Asian festival

THE Loy Krathong Celebrating Asia festival will be held on Saturday, November 28 on the foreshore lawns from 4.30pm to 8.30pm.There will be traditional...

Sandra’s long volunteering journey

Port Lincoln’s Sandra Dudley started volunteering for Red Cross just under a decade ago, but her volunteering experience spans nearly 50 years and she...