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Linc Energy CEO and Managing Director Peter Bond announced this week that Terrex Seismic had been awarded a $2.6 million contract for an aggressive 2D seismic program on Linc Energy’s petroleum and coal exploration leases in South Australia’s Arckaringa Basin.
Between 80 – 100 travellers are currently stranded at William Creek event after torrential rains engulfed the far north over the past 24 hours. Some of the stranded include visitors who travelled for the district’s annual Bronco Branding event over … Continue reading
Due to heavy rain in some areas of the outback, Transport SA has issued road condition reports for the mid – far north of the state. Travellers are advised to seek up to date information before venturing on to secondary … Continue reading
Heavy rains that fell across northern NSW and Queensland since the Christmas and New Year period is currently flowing down a number of creeks and rivers and spilling into Lake Eyre. Lake Eyre is receiving steady flows of flood waters … Continue reading
Please Note: HAYABUSA re-entry is here The Defence Science and Technology Organization (DSTO) are scheduled to conduct the launch of a sounding rocket in the Woomera Prohibited Area (WPA) during the period 21 – 28 May 2010. The predicted impact point … Continue reading
Coober Pedy is abuzz with travellers making their way north to warmer weather or to visit the phenomena of Lake Eyre filling up due to recent rains across northern NSW and Queenland. Excitement has grabbed the attention of holiday makers … Continue reading
Dear Editor, Outback Airlines is Alice Springs leading air charter company with a fleet of six aircraft. We operate half-day and full-day sightseeing tours to West MacDonnells and Uluru landing at iconic and environmentally sensitive places such as Palm Valley … Continue reading
Storms, wind and flash flooding for Flinders, northeast pastoral and parts of the north-west pastoral districts, while far northern pastoralists say the November rainfall is eight times the November average this year.
COOBER PEDY & WILLIAM CREEK HOST 8th ANNUAL REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT SA CONFERENCE Coober Pedy and William Creek were the venues this year for the eighth annual Regional Development SA (RDSA) Conference held on 3, 4 and 5 September with approximately … Continue reading