The town that would not drown

RESIDENTS of Stockport remain upbeat as the clean up makes slow but steady progress six weeks after a torrent of water ripped through the heart of the town. Most of the hard rubbish and destroyed furniture is gone, people are busily cleaning their homes and in some cases, steadily renovating what was severely damaged merely […]

Vote blocks Two Wells shop plan

‘Community not consulted enough,’ says Joe – but others claim the opposite In a major setback for development plans in Two Wells, a proposed shopping centre will be delayed after a motion by local councillor Joe Daniele was approved on Monday night by District Council of Mallala. The 6-5 vote means council must immediately stop […]

Tennis results – December 1 2010

Balaklava night Perfect conditions greeted the nighters as they started the countdown ’til the Christmas break. The Division Two match between Lorraine Jenner’s Bananas and Fran Henderson’s Cherries was a thriller, with those bent yellow numbers scraping through by just a few games yet again, 3-27 to 3-24. The Bananas were once again assisted with […]

Suddenly umpires!

By Three Points Lachie legend lives. Those of you who, like Dribbler, don’t understand this, check out Tim Winton’s books at the library.unless you were at basketball Friday night! It was Dribbler who told me Lachie’s a legend. He was not the only one, but according to Dribbler and Ray Bennett he sure is one. […]

School bus action plan at Snowtown

WITH the impending cancellation of the Lochiel to Snowtown school bus route, area school principal, Cheryl Glenie, already is taking steps to secure travel arrangements to the school for affected students. Rather than dwell on what may be lost, Ms Glenie is on the front foot, launching a bid to secure a lease vehicle that […]