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 […]
Country North SA Medicare Local (CNSAML) has moved to reassure the Coober Pedy community that it is open for business and continuing to provide services, despite pre-Budget speculation about the possible closure […]
A 3.9 magnitude earthquake has struck near Olympic Dam in South Australia’s Mid – Far North AEST: Monday 26 March 2012 at 07:53:20 in addition to a spate of 4 separate earthquakes in the […]
Uranium – the new asbestos 1. Major union bans members working in uranium mines, nuclear power stations, et al 2. ETU’s educational video launched in Brisbane The debate over uranium mining and […]
by Mark Bell The last four games of football for the Coober Pedy Saints has seen a turn around in fortunes. After winning four of the first five games and sitting on […]
* Newcastle 1989 * Flinders Ranges 2003 * Woomera:Torrens Fault * Olympic Dam :Mashers Fault * National Radioactive Waste Repository * Mt. Barker – Adelaide: with a popluation of approximately one million people experienced an earth tremor or […]
The second day of high velocity winds for the Far North of South Australia turned the Australian skies into a cloud of orange dust from coast to coast. On the second day […]
by Mark Bell Another 940km trip saw the Coober Pedy Saints beat the Andamooka Roos in a keenly fought contest on Saturday 30th May.
By: Mark Bell Coober Pedy is about to experience it’s first ever night football match. Hornridge has agreed to be the first team from Roxby Downs to play under lights on Saturday […]
by Mark Bell Pre-season training is nearly over for the Coober Pedy Saints as they ventured down to Roxby Downs for a Lightning Carnival on Sunday 5th April.
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.