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Study claims TLAP at fault online

A lecturer at the University of New South Wales has released a new study, revealing an alleged lack of online public health information about lead...

Pirie link to Outbacks champions

Skills forged on the cricket pitches of Port Pirie helped Outbacks coach Paul Pasculli to take his team to the national title.On Monday, the Outbacks,...

New twist for sport debate

In a new twist to the sport hub debate, bowlers have proposed a joint venture with croquet players.As the deadline looms for detailed plans...

Letters to the Editor

I am sure that the many Port Pirie families who have enjoyed the contribution made by the Port Pirie Netball Association towards the welfare...

Co-op Store in almanac

A souvenir booklet marking Port Pirie’s first 60 years has been unearthed in immaculate condition.Coinciding with South Australia’s centenary in 1936, the Port Pirie...

Crab train nips along

The crab train is again nipping around the Port Germein Markets.The train, featuring Claude and Claudette painted crabs on trailers, disappeared for about six to eight...

Glow-vest walkabout

Council officials, public arts committee members and a design team met to discuss the future of the CBD upgrade.The first stage of the project...

Pilot gives positive reading of world-record attempt

Upgrading a plane, being part of a world record and having his products featured in leading technology - it seems like Mike Borgelt has done...

How is council performing?

The council will spend more than $1000 to find out whether it is doing a good job.Port Pirie Regional Council will call in the...

Smelter chief to speak at chamber

The “home stretch” of the $563 million Nyrstar transformation will be outlined at a lunch meeting of the South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy.The...

Diverse and together

Port Pirie was full of colour and fun, as the Eid Ul Fitr Multicultural Event was held on April 20 at the Sports Precinct.