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Local Winery Targeted By Hackers

Early this week a Clare Valley winery was hit by a cyber attack, incapacitating the business for most of Monday.Taylor's Wines was locked out of their email system and computers, disrupting record keeping during the current vintage period.While an IT team did manage to restore their computers by the end...

Arrest Over Port Pirie Break-In

A woman will face court charged over a business break at Port Pirie early on Sunday morning. About 4.15am Sunday 28 March a business on Grey Terrace was broken into and a number of items, including mobile phones, smart watches, TV’s, headphones, foot massager, scooter and other home-wears were stolen. The incident...

Push For Whyalla To Host Hydrogen Plant

Description:The State opposition are heading into the 2022 election on a platform including a Hydrogen Power Station, with calls for it to be built on the Spencer Gulf.Under labor's proposal, they would see a 200 megawatt hydrogen power station, 250 megawatt hydrogen electrolysers, and a storage facility built, creating up...

Jamestown Left Without Power Over Weekend

Residents in Jamestown went without power Saturday night after a vehicle incident left over a thousand residents in the dark. According to SA Power Networks, the blackout occurred after 8pm Saturday night when a road freight train pulled down a pole on Kilmarock Terrace, severing several spans of wire, disconnecting the...

Train Incident In Port Augusta West

SAPOL are asking the public for information following a serious crash in Port Augusta West involving a pedestrian and a train. Just before 2.20pm Monday, emergency services responded to a call at a rail bridge near Red Cliffs Loop Road. A 34-year-old local man was taken to hospital with serious injuries. Police are...

IIMPACT in Health Rural Outreach Tour

  IIMPACT in Health are planning their first Rural Outreach Tour which is a community and health professional education and engagement initiative. The Tour is to be run in September of this year. Over a week, IIMPACT will run two health professional gatherings in Whyalla and Barossa and five general community events...

Port Augusta Basketball Grand Finals

After going down in last years Grand Final, Titans have claimed the A Grade Men Port Augusta Basketball Grand Final. Facing Cobras, Titans grabbed hold of the game early, leading 14-2 at one point in the 1st period – the game was at it’s closest in the 3rd period, before Titans pulled...

High Range Drink Driver Caught In Clare Valley

A 41-year-old local woman has lost her licence after being caught driving almost six times the legal limit last night. About 10.10pm, Saturday 27 March, police saw a woman reverse into a bollard on Main North Road Clare. The patrol spoke to the female driver who subsequently submitted to a breath test...

Tragedy On The Yorke Peninsula

Following an extensive search over the weekend, the body of a teenage boy has been found in waters off Browns Beach on the Yorke Peninsula. Just before 2pm Saturday 27 March police were called to the Innes National Park after a group of people were swept off the rocks at Browns...

The Little Corella Management Report

  The Local Government Association of SA has launched an expression of interest process for councils wanting to take part in a corella management trial. The native birds flock to regional towns during hotter months in search of water, and cause problems in local communities with excessive noise, stripping bark...

Child Safe Officer Training Course In Whyalla

  On Wednesday the31st March, Sports SA will be conducting a Child Safe Officer training course in the Whyalla City Council Chambers. The event is commencing at 6pm. This training provides participants with information about obligations concerning child safety and child safe environments for their club/organisation. A Child Safe Officer at your club...