APPEAL FOR 1990 PHOTOS TO AID KAREN WILLIAMS SEARCH
Thursday 17 July 2014 To the community, past residents and visitors
Police are seeking 1990’s photographs within a 500 metre radius of ‘search area’
Major Crime Dectives and the Coober Pedy Mine Rescue Squad have been working with the community of Coober Pedy to assist in locating the remains of Karen Williams who disappeared in 1990.
More help is needed to bring this case to a close. Detective Supt. Des Bray of Major Crime is appealing to the community, past residents and visitors to search through old photos in case something of relevence to the case was captured around the time. Continue reading
Coober Pedy Area School Kindergarten children learn about ‘stranger danger’
The Productivity Commission today released its draft inquiry report on Childcare and Early Childhood Learning.
“Our recommendations seek to make childcare more affordable, flexible and accessible.
Furthermore they will provide a framework for a more financially sustainable childcare system for taxpayers into the future,” Presiding Commissioner Dr Wendy Craik said. Continue reading
Police have identified seven South Australian children as alleged victims of a 32-year-old man charged with numerous sex offences.
At the time of the alleged offending the man was employed with Families SA caring for children in a Government-run residential care facility and at an Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) service. Continue reading
Letitia Williams missing from her Hillcrest home
Police are asking for assistance from the public to help locate Letitia Williams, who has been missing from her Hillcrest home since 6 July.
Letitia is 24 years old, 155cm tall, slim build, long black hair, brown eyes, and was last seen wearing black pants and a black jumper.
Concerns are held for her welfare, as this length of time is out of character for her not to contact her family.
If anyone knows her whereabouts, please contact the Police Assistance line on 131444. Continue reading
Coober Pedy Police have arrested a man and a teenage girl after they were allegedly located in a stolen car and committed several offences in metropolitan Adelaide.
Just after 2pm on Wednesday 16 July, police patrols located the pair on Seventeen Mile Road in car stolen minutes earlier in Coober Pedy. Continue reading
Ongoing power issues in Coober Pedy may resolve soon
Coober Pedy in the Far North of South Australia, hosting a population of around 3,000 people, derives it’s electricity from a 3.9 MW diesel power station, and a 0.15MW wind turbine.
Power capacity in the small desert town is set to increase to a massive 8.9 MW pending outcomes of today’s announcement that the Australian Renewable Energy Agency has approved $18.5 million of support for a renewable energy, diesel hybrid project at Coober Pedy in South Australia. Continue reading
A young female child has tragically died at the scene of a serious accident when a car rolled over on the Umuwa to Fregon Road in the State’s Far North at 7.35pm on Friday night.
Another passenger was seriously injured however there are no further details at this time.
Police and emergency services responded to the accident on the remote APY Lands.
The death takes the road toll to 48 compared to 56 this time last year.
Saturday, 19 July 2014 7:02am
Second passenger dies following Far North crash
A second passenger has died from injuries sustained in a single vehicle rollover in the State’s Far North last week.
At about 11am on Friday 11 July, a Toyota Hi-Ace, carrying eight people, crashed on the Stuart Highway about one kilometre north of the Cadney Park roadhouse. Continue reading