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Singers getting busy

The Whyalla Singers are gearing up for a hectic schedule of performances leading up to the Christmas season.Following a successful 25th anniversary concert in March and subsequent winter break, the Singers are now well into what musical director Roslyn B

Friday, 15:54 in Regional

Talented Emily claims award | PHOTOS

Whyalla’s outstanding young citizens were recognised this week at the 2017 Graeme Jose Spirit of Whyalla Awards, with 18-year-old Emily Rawlings taking out the top prize.After wowing the crowd with a solo guitar and singing performance as part of the nig

Friday, 12:43 in Regional

Who’s our top citizen?

Who is Whyalla’s most outstanding citizen?The Whyalla City Council is starting its search for the person in our city that has contributed the most to our community and region during 2017. Whyalla is a proud city on the cusp of exciting times with a stron

Friday, 11:51 in Regional

Crime reduction in Whyalla

Whyalla Police have been buoyed by a significant reduction in local crime compared to this time last year.The official SAPOL statistics for the Eyre and Western Local Service Area show crime across the Eyre Peninsula had fallen by 10 per cent in July, wi

Friday, 11:51 in Regional

Money flows for creditors

Former Administrators KordaMentha have begun distributing a first dividend of $500 million to Arrium admitted creditors from the proceeds of the sale of the steel and mining group.The distribution represents 10 cents in the dollar and should be completed

Friday, 10:29 in Regional

Sub Station open for interest

The Whyalla City Council have officially begun accepting expressions of interest for a development on the land near the Whyalla Sub Station.A call for expressions of interest went out on Tuesday, with CEO Chris Cowley saying there are already some partie

Thursday, 16:33 in Regional

Going Beyond for local groups

Local organisations reaped their rewards from Beyond Bank’s Community Rewards Program at an awards night on Tuesday, September 19 at the Westlands Hotel.Whyalla Pink Spirits were the big winners, receiving over $9000 in Community Award Bonus Payments, wh

Thursday, 13:07 in Regional

Cars broken into in Whyalla

Two cars were broken into and had valuables stolen in the early hours of Monday morning at Whyalla Stuart.Between 3am and 4am on Monday, September 18, the rear window of a car was smashed and two foam role playing swords were stolen. At 9am on Monday, S

Thursday, 10:47 in Regional

Former admins bid farewell to Whyalla

Former Administrator Mark Mentha described visiting Whyalla for his last update on Liberty OneSteel as an ‘empty’ feeling.The place that had basically defined KordaMentha for 18 months was now ready to survive on its own, thanks to the tremendous job by

Wednesday, 15:04 in Regional

ZEN purchase to cut costs

British billionaire Sanjeev Gupta and his family's SIMEC entity have bought a majority stake in Australian battery storage and solar energy firm ZEN Energy to accelerate their own ambitious energy plans. The deal will also help cut crippling power costs

Wednesday, 14:55 in Regional

Man arrested over counterfeit $50 notes

A Whyalla Stuart man has been arrested on deception charges following the circulation of counterfeit $50 notes in recent weeks in Whyalla.Whyalla Police arrested the man just before 2pm on Tuesday 19 September, after he was allegedly identified from CCTV

Wednesday, 14:21 in Regional

Maree does it again

The 18-hole stableford event played on Thursday was contested in absolutely superb conditions and was sponsored by Penny from Exquisite Flowers.We thank Penny for her ongoing support of women's golf. In ideal weather some very classy scores resulted alth

Wednesday, 13:27 in Sport

Dispute over staff shortage

The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF) SA Branch claim that staff shortages have continued to severely compromise patient care at South Australia’s major regional hospitals.The ANMF say the shortages have left nurses with little choice bu

Wednesday, 12:18 in Regional

Green light for On the Run

After arriving at Port Pirie and more recently, Port Augusta, convenience store chain On The Run is planning to develop a site in Whyalla.The $3 million development, given approval by the state government, could bring around as much as 30 long-term jobs

Wednesday, 12:18 in Regional

A steel city kart race

Plans to bring a billy kart race to Whyalla during this year’s UneARTh Festival are set in motion, with a number of local businesses keen to play a part. The race is likely to kick off on Patterson Street, a move which could help re-invigorate Whyalla’s

Wednesday, 11:33 in Regional
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