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Army action in Port Pirie

Port Pirie will be transformed into a hive of military activity in coming weeks, as Battlegroup Griffin of the Australian Army arrives in town...

Battle group’s show of force as soldiers flown across the gulf

The thump of Australian Army helicopters is set to dominate the usually quiet skyline of Port Pirie.Exercise Hamel - the premier land exercise for...

Low-income earners aided

UnitingCare Wesley outlined its low-income support services, but explained that they are not a “hand-out program”.The services include finance management, concessional vouchers, food vouchers and low-income insurance as...

First-aid kits can save a life on rural roads

The Motor Accident Commission has called on motorists to ensure vehicles are equipped with a fully-stocked first-aid kit.The commission reminded motorists that driving is...

Pageant funding stalls in council

The new Port Pirie Christmas Pageant Association’s plea for extra council funding has been stalled pending a more detailed project and budget brief.Port Pirie Regional...

Healing through art for reconciliation

St Mark’s College students have used art to explore cultural healing during Reconciliation Week.In the week leading to National Sorry Day, students took time...

Pirie backs Ramsey efforts

Liberal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey held the majority of support in the latest election survey despite strong levels of voter discontent toward federal government...

Job-seekers add new life to cathedral

A group of job seekers has worked hard to reinvigorate the Anglican Church and Deanery in Port Pirie.In the past six months, workers undertook...

Centre boosts teens’ pride

John Pirie Secondary School marked National Reconciliation Week by opening a new Aboriginal Learning Centre.Staff and residents along with present and past students joined the celebrations at the...

Readers show allegiance

Voters still expect the Liberal party to win the upcoming Federal election, despite concerns surrounding industry and job growth.Port Pirie voters in the Fairfax...

Waiting game for students

REGION - UniHub Spencer Gulf chief executive officer, Anita Kuss, is cautiously optimistic after a meeting with State Health Minister Chris Picton, Member for...