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Solomontown Beach home to triathlon

What: New Journeys exhibitionWhere: Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery, Mary Elie StreetDrawings that reflect narrative and identity arrived at through a process of creation,...

‘I am waiting to be killed’

The words just rolled past the lips of a distraught domestic violence victim known simply as AJ.“I am waiting to be killed,” she said...

Cliffhanger finish for stars of movie shop

The camera is rolling and the heroine is in distress – but this time no hero can save Blockbuster in Port Pirie.WIth a cliffhanger finish, the...

‘Killer’ rails slammed

“Killer” guardrails on the Spencer Highway are posing a risk for farmers and motorists, according to former Port Pirie mayor Brenton Vanstone.Mr Vanstone, who...

Mini-cyclone hits farm

Thousands of dollars damage has been caused by a mini-cyclone which hit Wandearah in what is thought to have been the heaviest harvest-time deluge in...

P-platers’ good driving rewarded

Responsible driving is not something you normally associate with young drivers – but that is a stereotype police are trying to change.Together with the Port...

Ex-butcher Reg dices with history

Reg Tiller holds up his hands and fingers, all intact despite 36 years of slicing meat as a butcher.“I should have lost one finger which...

Purple haze hits Pirie

Bursts of beautiful purple haze came in the wake of a storm which hit Port Pirie last week.The town’s Jacaranda trees lining stretches of footpath...

‘Bear and the paddywagon’

It was a dark and lonely night, but Bear, the dog from Solomontown, was up to his Houdini tricks.As with the legendary escape artist, there...

Pirie drenched by record rainfall

Port Pirie was drenched last night as more than a quarter of the city’s average annual rainfall fell – and more is expected.The Recorder...

Last minor round looms

South Port ended its A grade Port Pirie Cricket Association minor round with a convincing 72-run win over Proprietary at Memorial Oval on Saturday...