Naracoorte, May 19, 2024

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Does CBD need car parks?

Does CBD need car parks?

By Chris Oldfield.
DOES Naracoorte’s CBD need more car parking, and if so, at what cost?  
Part of the former council’s $10m Town Centre Rejuvenation Plan included around 20 more car parks – by turning Ormerod St into a one way street with angle parking, and cutting into the Town Squares. In a push led […]

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Drug bust

Drug bust

By Nasik Swami. Could a recent drug bust in Naracoorte be just the tip of the iceberg? In a shocking find, police discovered an undisclosed quantity of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia at a property in Naracoorte on September 8. Confirming this, South Australia Police said two people from the address, a 37-year-old man and a […]

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Lucindale Bowls Club

Lucindale Bowls Club

By Alison Williams.
The Lucindale Bowls Club held their season Opening Black and Tan Day on the 1st October with a really great turn out of 25 bowlers. Life Member Shirley Tregoweth wished everyone a good season and rolled the first kitty and bowl. The day was kindly sponsored by Toby and Jane Robinson and […]

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Voice referendum

Voice referendum

Your Say: Ken Banning. The PM is asking Australians to vote for the VOICE as a concept, its functions and powers will be determined by the Labour party, the Greens and indigenous activists after the referendum. Very much like signing a blank cheque. Our PM has promised to deliver the Uluru Statement from the Heart […]

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Apsley Golf Club News

Apsley Golf Club News

By Leanne Foster. Ladies took part in a Stroke Flag event last week. The weather was perfect for golf and the novelty competition was enjoyed by all players. Robyne Rainsford continued her winning way with her flag not being placed until the final stroke on the 18 th. Robyne had a great score of 72 […]

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Serviceton Bowling Club new season Opening day

Serviceton Bowling Club new season Opening day

By Gwen Colwill
Sunday 1st October was the Opening Day of the new Bowling season 2023-24 at the Serviceton club with 19 players on the green enjoying the sunshine, and more visitors during the afternoon. President Rick Miles welcomed members and visitors to the club and asked Bev Makin to open the season. Bev opened […]

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Voice referendum

We are one

Your Say: Name supplied but withheld by request. As an Australian we have an amazing mixed heritage culture, and whether you’re First Nation, displaced convict or a more recent Australian there is one thing that resonates in all of us: we are one. The notion of allowing segregation to be written back into our constitution […]

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Crime wave

Crime wave

By Chris Oldfield
IN the shadow of darkness, sometimes thieves are lurking down side streets, back roads and farm paddocks, checking for unlocked cars, sheds, houses and gates to steal whatever they can. “It is a sign of the times, driven by the high cost of living as a result of high electricity prices,” according […]

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Naracoorte High School: Speak Off 2023

Naracoorte High School: Speak Off 2023

By Ash Bennier.
Each year the Naracoorte High School English faculty run the Speak Off competition for Students from Years 7-10. Speak Off is a public speaking competition where students are given  four topics to select from and then create a persuasive speech to present to their class. Teachers mark against the achievement standard and […]

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Kybybolite Women’s Football Club: U16 round 1 results

Kybybolite Women’s Football Club: U16 round 1 results

By Tally Atwater.
Kybybolite 8.8-56 defeated South Gambier 1.3-9.
Kybybolite Women’s Football Club (KWFC) has begun their summer season impressively with the future of local female footy leading the way. In their first round of U16 female footy in the Limestone Coast Women’s football league, KWFC have kicked off with a win. The new U16s […]

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Drug bust

Some crimes reported

By Chris Oldfield.
SOME of the criminal activity in the district is reported by SA Police on its website. According to the site, reports in recent months included the arrest of two men who triggered an alarm in June at a Blackwell Rd waste management business. The criminals aged 39 and 36 were charged for […]

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