The week that wasNEWS RECAP

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TALKING POINT: Port Augusta City Council delays making a decision about the future of the town’s aged care facilities.The week that was … The week that was | NEWS RECAP SATURDAY | It was a huge weekend for Port Augusta Netball with the local competition’s return to the court complemented with State League action on Saturday night.
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SUNDAY | Round two of the SGL season wraps up – get a full insight here..

MONDAY | Local netball returned for the 2016 season last weekend. Here’s come of the action in our weekly gallery.

TUESDAY | Police are searching the Leigh Creek area for a man last seen on April 30.

WEDNESDAY | Port Augusta City Council has delayed making a decision about the future of the town’s aged care facilities.

THURSDAY | 2016 budget – Small business tax cuts, engaging unemployed youth, and industry and employment.

FRIDAY | Port Augusta Community Charities puts its final touches together for its Mothers’ Day tradition on Sunday, selling subsidised flowers for local charities.

OTHER NEWS: Last year we did a profile on the greatly-talented Esther Boles after she was selected to play in the girls U18 state AFL team. Turns out her skill and determination hasn’t wavered as she’s just been selected again.

OTHER NEWS: The state opposition is calling on the Weatherill Labor Government to fulfill its commitment to upgrade the Eyre Highway near Whyalla.

OTHER NEWS: Port Augusta City Council is looking to engage a local Aboriginal Artist to design artwork for the council’s Reconciliation Mission Statement.

REGULARS: Looking Back – It’s that time of the week again … get tagging!

SGL wrap – Missed last weekend’s SGL action? Catch up with everything you need to know here, including a preview to this weekend’s round three games.

TweetFacebookState League action on Saturday night.

SUNDAY|Round two of the SGL season wraps up –get a full insight here.

MONDAY|Local netball returned for the2016 season last weekend. Here’s come of the action in our weeklygallery.

TUESDAY|Police are searching the Leigh Creek area for a man last seen on April 30.

WEDNESDAY| Port Augusta City Council has delayed making a decision about the future of the town’s aged care facilities.

THURSDAY| 2016 budget –Small business tax cuts, engaging unemployed youth, and industry and employment.

FRIDAY|Port Augusta Community Charities puts its final touches together forits Mothers’ Day tradition on Sunday, selling subsidised flowers for local charities.

***Other news…WHY travel more than 2700 kilometres from Port Augusta to Darwin by car or plane when you can walk?

Last year we did a profile on the greatly-talented Esther Boles after she was selected to play in the girls U18 state AFL team.Turns out her skill and determination hasn’t wavered as she’s just been selected again.

The state opposition is calling on the Weatherill Labor Government to fulfill its commitment to upgrade the Eyre Highway near Whyalla.

***Something different…PortAugusta City Council is looking to engage a local Aboriginal Artist to designartwork for the council’s Reconciliation Mission Statement.

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***Regulars…Looking Back–It’s that time of the week again … get tagging!

SGL wrap –Missed last weekend’s SGL action? Catch up with everything you need to know here, including a preview to this weekend’s round three games.

***Pics and videos…Bella the koalahas become a minor celebrity after her quirky eating habits were captured on film.

***Want to see what’s made headlines beyond that? Clickhereand have a look through our archives.

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