Caring for others

Wasleys Wasleys Primary School students compiled school based care packages for children have in a South African orphanage.  Lead by the SRC, students decided to fill a pencil case with school equipment they thought would be useful to other students.  Each class also donated a class gift to the orphanage. The class giftsincluded: JP class-soft […]

Dublin businesses see yellow

Bronte Hewett reports: Dublin business owners are unhappy about District Council of Mallala not yet resolving to remove freshly painted yellow lines in Dublin’s service road, Sixth street. The no parking zones allegedly have significantly reduced car parking for Dublin traders resulting in revenue loss. Traders say the lines, painted on the inside of the […]

Bus parking issue now needs resolution

Balaklava’s community bus service is now assured – but it seems its Thursday parking arrangements are becoming another issue to be resolved. The decision by Wakefield Regional Council to control the bus as of last Wednesday came following Yorke and Lower North Health Services withdrawal from the service. Already forming a strong relationship, council invited […]

Kevyna turns to a new page in life

PROFILE: By Lauren Hermon It was her childhood dream to become a librarian; to fill her mind with words and a wealth of knowledge. Now having fulfilled  her dream, Kevyna Gardner has, after more than 10 years, retired from her position as librarian at Balaklava Community Library to take up other new and exciting challenges. […]

More questions on Port Wakefield

Issues surrounding Port Wakefield’s community wastewater management scheme (CWMS) have continued to dominate Wakefield Regional Council (WRC) meetings. WRC has been questioned over the alleged possible contamination problem with Port Wakefield’s septic tanks.  Residents again rallied in the public gallery at council’s most recent meeting on Wednesday, June 23 to confront council on the latest […]