Dane Kawalski missing since mid December
Police searching in the Far North of South Australia have located a body believed to be that of missing man Dane Kowalski.
Searchers made the discovery just after 12.30pm today. Police are providing support for the family and friends of Mr Kowalski and will prepare a report for the coroner.
Mr Kowalski was last seen on 13 December in Melbourne and was thought to be travelling to Darwin. Continue reading
Federal funding reallocation may force the closure of all the Child Community Links programs in Coober Pedy. These are the only funded programs within Coober Pedy for 0 – 12 year olds and their families. Continue reading
SA’s Local Government Association has welcomed the announcement by the Liberal Opposition, Greens, Family First and Independents, that they will disallow any change to pensioner concessions on Council rates, in the Legislative Council.
LGA President, Mayor David O’Loughlin said the LGA’s legal advice was that regulations would need to be changed for the State to cut the concessions. Continue reading
29 Nov 2014 UPDATE
Police and emergency services attended a fatal crash in the State’s far north.
Just before 9pm, last night police a single vehicle ignited into flames after hitting a horse on the Stuart Highway about 45km north of Marla. The sole occupant, driver of the car died at the scene. Continue reading
For people in parts of the Flinders, North West Pastoral and North East Pastoral districts.
Issued at 8:26 pm Saturday, 22 November 2014.
Severe thunderstorms are likely to produce damaging wind gusts of 90 to 120 km/h
in the warning area over the next few hours and then weaken. Locations which may
be affected include Marla, Coober Pedy, Roxby Downs, Leigh Creek, Oodnadatta and
Marree. Continue reading
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The Local Government Association is surveying all South Australian Councils to try to identify the “double dip” impact of increases in the Emergency Services Levy on Council properties, which will in turn impact on communities.
LGA President Mayor David O’Loughlin said data from Councils indicated increases from 23% to 269% and suggested the total impact on the sector could be in the millions. Continue reading