Coober Pedy Regional Times
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15 Sep 2020 10:45pm An update has been made to Residential Aged Care restrictions in South Australia. The Emergency Management (Residential Aged Care Facilities No 7) (COVID-19) Direction 2020 has been revoked […]
15 Sep 2020 10:41pm An update has been made to the cross border restrictions in South Australia. The Emergency Management (Cross Border Travel No 13) (COVID-19) Direction 2020 has been revoked and […]
New home sales in South Australia have grown in the past three months to their highest level in 6 years, as local builders prepare for a further influx in demand as buyers […]
This article is aimed at providing some perspective for the local community as to why Anangu from remote communities are pouring into our town in mid winter amidst a declared pandemic.
Local teacher at Coober Pedy Area School, Matthew Key has taken on a Deputy Principal role at Mount Gambier and will leave Coober Pedy with his family in July. Matt and Kim […]
A world first – electric flying craft racing series testing programme will take place near Coober Pedy
Coober Pedy – Out of Sight – Out of Mind
Ask any local – The liquor restrictions are simply not working effectively any more – by Margaret Mackay
Previously disengaged students in Coober Pedy Area School, South Australia are coming back thanks to an innovative program customising school to meet each student’s individual needs.
National Volunteer Week 2020 is Monday 18 May – Sunday 24 May 2020 “Changing Communities, Changing Lives” The Coober Pedy Mine Rescue/SES Unit is the primary rescue unit in Coober Pedy and […]
Coober Pedy’s MINI-GEMS is one of eight council-run child care centres to receive financial assistance from the state government.
(New COVID-19 update) The 28 day extension will commence at 1pm on 2 May 2020
Today (15 Apr 2020 11:45am) the State Coordinator made a new Direction providing an update relevant to wineries, cellar doors, breweries and distilleries.
Additional police resources will be deployed to regional areas in South Australia this long weekend to monitor travelers. With the Easter long weekend fast approaching, South Australia Police are encouraging all residents […]
Would be travelers and ad-hoc campers should think twice before driving hundreds if not thousands of kilometres to remote or regional destinations to hide out for Easter as the doors to ‘non-essential […]
Regional Express (Rex) wishes to update the 54 regional and remote communities that are serviced by Rex on its immediate plans for the suspension/reduction of services so that they could be prepared […]
By Margaret Mackay Coober Pedy is well prepared for local Covid-19 testing thanks to a few upgrades to the Medical Practice area in McDougall Road and to a small but dedication team […]
The Marshall Liberal Government has announced details of its second economic stimulus package – which includes significant payroll and land tax relief for thousands of businesses across the state as well as […]
The March meeting of the Andamooka Progress & Opal Miners Association (APOMA) gave rise to debate around grave concerns for the future sustainability of Andamooka and other towns and communities in the […]
The District Council of Coober Pedy have tabled a request for financial consideration from Rex Airlines at its Tuesday night’s council meeting 24-3-2020. The letter of request outlines the airlines concerns in […]
Regional Express (Rex) has finalised the first stage of network reductions with effect from Monday 6 April 2020.
Igniting memories of a story that millions of Australians can relate to, Michaela Burger pays tribute to her Greek migrant family and hard-working, fun-loving larrikin father, Luke, in A MIGRANT’S SON. From […]
The 2020 Opal Symposium committee are feeling very excited to be hosting the 20/20 Vision 10th National Opal Symposium at Coober Pedy on the 8 & 9 April 2020 .
By Andrew Spence Oz Minerals’ West Musgrave project in central Australia has the potential to produce 28,000 tonnes of copper and 22,000 tonnes of nickel a year for 26 years, according to […]
New data from September 2014 to September 2019 for the Flinders Ranges and OUTBACK shows: South Australia’s tourism sector has hit a new record, with an all-time-high $7.8 billion spent by visitors […]
COOBER PEDY: COMMUNITY CONSULTATION – LONG TERM FINANCIAL PLAN & INFRASTRUCTURE and ASSET MANAGEMENT PLAN
At its meeting on 17th December 2019, Council resolved to consult the community in relation to the draft Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP) and draft Infrastructure and Asset Management Plan (IAMP). The […]
The newest addition to the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) aeromedical fleet has arrived in Australia just in time for Christmas, thanks to ongoing generous donations from the community. The $7 million […]
ELCA’s full list of recommendations for the Federal Government. Excerpt from letter sent by Greg Mullins to David Littleproud, 29 November 2019
DOZENS of mining workers have been made redundant a week before Christmas following the sudden closure of the CU-River’s Cairn Hill mine.
Two years on from what was cited as “A culture of bullying perpetrated by management” at the DCCP water works, the town has a suspended council, but not much else has changed. […]
COOBER PEDY AIRPORT – CHANGES TO APPROACH PROCEDURES When will this change occur? Airservices will implement changes for aircraft arriving to Coober Pedy Airport from February 2020.
PUBLIC NOTICE WOOMERA EXCLUSION ZONE & REVIEW OF PERMIT INFORMATION Amber Zone 1 – South-Eastern Corner 25 NOVEMBER—15 DECEMBER 2019 The Stuart Highway will not be closed and there will be no […]
The family of Tauto Sansbury is brokenhearted at his passing at 9.10pm on 23 September.
A significant DNA breakthrough has led to the arrest today of a man in Victoria in connection with the murder of an Adelaide woman in 1993.