Sir Thomas Playford at GMH plant 1960, made possible by his Leigh Creek Coal vision.
Student of Law and SA Researcher
Flinders Ranges SA
The Leigh Creek and surrounding communities are relying on corporate decency, common sense and long awaited action by the government in the wake of the Alinta Energy decision to quit its mining and electricity generation business in South Australia.
Statement – Alinta Energy
Minister Kyam Maher
Minister for Manufacturing and Innovation
“Alinta Energy has today informed its workers that it will close the Leigh Creek coal mine on November 17, and the Port Augusta power stations around March 31 next year. Continue reading
More than 60 percent of South Australians want to have more say in planning their own communities according to a McGregor Tan survey commissioned by the Local Government Association.
And almost 60% of respondents believe that their local Council is best placed to manage the assessment of development applications in their local area. Continue reading
07 Jul 2015 11:39am
Wanted man Danny Ferguson has been arrested by police approximately 100 km north of Oodnadatta. Continue reading
Police are seeking public assistance to help locate 35-year-old man Danny Ferguson.
Ferguson is wanted for questioning following the suspicious death of a woman at Oodnadatta on Friday 3 July.
He was last seen on foot at Alberga Creek on the Finke Track approximately 50km north of Oodnadatta and police believe that he may attempt to travel to Finke in the Northern Territory. Continue reading
UPDATE: 5-7-2015 DEATH AT OODNADATTA DECLARED A MAJOR CRIME
Police are searching scrubland for a man following the death of a woman at Oodnadatta on Friday.
At 3.30pm on Friday 3 July a 34-year-old woman from Oodnadatta was taken to the Oodnadatta clinic by three people who are known to police. At the time the woman was unresponsive and died a short time later. Continue reading
2014/15 Drilling Program Final Report confirms significant hydrocarbon potential of the Arckaringa Basin
The Stuart Range Formation shows potential yields of up to 54 litres of oil per tonne
The Boorthanna Formation shows potential yields of up to 70 litres of oil per tonne
Potential discovery of a new hydrocarbon system within the Boorthanna Formation
Next stage of development to reprocess existing seismic data and acquire new seismic to identify next drilling targets Continue reading