3G Mobile Phone System To Shut Down Could Be A Risk To Some.
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3G Mobile Phone System To Shut Down Could Be A Risk To Some.

It has been reported that ‘More than a million older 4G mobile phones at risk of being blocked from making triple-0 calls in 3G shutdown’ by ABC News National Regional Affairs reporter Jane Norman Will this affect you? Maybe you know someone who might be affected? It is worth checking with you family, friends and…

Risk Remains Despite Fire Danger Season End
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Risk Remains Despite Fire Danger Season End

The South Australian Country Fire Service is urging communities to remain vigilant after the Fire Danger Season ends, as dry fuel loads and minimal rainfall continue to pose bushfire risks – as experienced on the Eyre Peninsula this weekend. The Season officially ends across all remaining districts today (30th April 2024); however, bushfires can happen…

Department of Health & Wellbeing – Meningococcal Case – Latest Report 9th April 2024
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Department of Health & Wellbeing – Meningococcal Case – Latest Report 9th April 2024

Another Meningococcal Case reported, this time a 29 year old female from metropolitan Adelaide is in a stable condition in hospital, suffering from invasive Meningococcal disease serotype B. Sysmptoms and signs of Meningococcal disease can include headache, fever, vomiting, neck stiffness and discomfort when lookin at lights. A skin rash may occur with tiny red…

Counting Sheep To Get To Sleep (Or All Livestock) As Recommended By Crime Stoppers SA
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Counting Sheep To Get To Sleep (Or All Livestock) As Recommended By Crime Stoppers SA

Crime Stoppers South Australia Recommend Accurate Livestock Records Can Help If you’re a farmer then vigilance is the first line of defence when it comes to stock theft: Know the signs: Unexplained changes in stock numbers, unfamiliar vehicles or unusual activities around livestock could be red flags. Secure livestock: Ensure stockyards are secure and access…

Online Safety Laws Have Got Your Back
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Online Safety Laws Have Got Your Back

The laws protect Australians from severe online abuse, including sharing explicit images without consent, illegal and violent content, and severe harassment and threats. Serious online abuse, I didn’t think it would happen to me. I tried to get it taken down, but nothing happened. But then I reported it to eSafety.gov.au. The Online Safety Campaign…

SA Power Networks Contractor Doing Inspections To Electricity Network Over Next Few Months
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SA Power Networks Contractor Doing Inspections To Electricity Network Over Next Few Months

SA Power Networks and our contractor Active Tree Services will be in EUDUNDA and surrounding areas over the next few months completing inspections of the overhead electricity network and nearby vegetation, and auditing cut trees to ensure we achieve the regulatory standards. This is part of a continuing program to ensure a safe and reliable…

SA Power Networks With Some Straight Shooting Advice – You’ve Asked – We’ve Answered.
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SA Power Networks With Some Straight Shooting Advice – You’ve Asked – We’ve Answered.

We’ve seen some chatter suggesting today’s power outages are due to solar and wind energy. Let’s clear the air! It’s not where our power comes from that’s causing outages – whether it’s from the sun, wind, or fossil fuels. It’s what’s happening outside our windows that matters. Think fallen trees on power lines or lightning…

Small Business Fundamentals – Cyber Security
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Small Business Fundamentals – Cyber Security

Are you a small business needing some extra help? The Regional Development Australia Yorke and Mid North have support for you. As part of Small Business Fundamentals, we are running our Business 2 Business Program. Part of this program involves one-on-one advisory sessions (up to three hours per business) with specialist providers to assist businesses…

Warning: Scams Are Expected To Increase As We Get Closer To Christmas
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Warning: Scams Are Expected To Increase As We Get Closer To Christmas

Everyone is at risk, businesses, organisations, clubs and individuals with scams at your door, in your email, on your phone and in your browser, favourite apps and social media. There are ones like the “Missed delivery“, call or voicemail commonly labeled the (Flubot) scams are still active. Please stay on your guard and not get…

National Skin Cancer Action Week – Don’t Stop There
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National Skin Cancer Action Week – Don’t Stop There

It’s National Skin Cancer Action Week from the 20th – 26th November. National Skin Cancer Action Week highlights that we need to do more to promote sun protection. More than one in two Australians were sunburnt last summer AND two in three Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer in their lifetime. We need to…

Last Chance To Dispose Of Green Waste For FREE to Reduce Fire Risk – Eudunda Area 15th Oct to 12th Nov 2023
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Last Chance To Dispose Of Green Waste For FREE to Reduce Fire Risk – Eudunda Area 15th Oct to 12th Nov 2023

Fire Season Started 1st Nov 2023 so this is your best chance to make your place safe. REDUCE FIRE HAZARD NOW! To assist with fire prevention in the region, the Regional Council of Goyder have organised free green waste disposal at all three transfer stations. Don’t Miss Out!- Free Green Waste Disposal! To assist with…

Green Waste FREE Disposal to Reduce Fire Risk – Eudunda Area 15th Oct to 12th Nov 2023
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Green Waste FREE Disposal to Reduce Fire Risk – Eudunda Area 15th Oct to 12th Nov 2023

REDUCE FIRE HAZARD NOW! To assist with fire prevention in the region, the Regional Council of Goyder have organised free green waste disposal at all three transfer stations. Don’t Miss Out!- Free Green Waste Disposal! To assist with fire prevention in the region, the Regional Council of Goyder have again organised free green waste disposal…

DIT Start Audio Tactile Line Marking At Gawler From Mon 16th October 2023
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DIT Start Audio Tactile Line Marking At Gawler From Mon 16th October 2023

The Australian and South Australian governments have committed $87.5 million (80:20) to upgrade the Sturt Highway, between Renmark and Gawler, as part of the Roads of Strategic Importance program. As part of this program, the Department for Infrastructure and Transport will be installing Audio Tactile Line Marking (ATLM) along the Sturt Highway between Gawler and…

Department for Infrastructure and Transport -Temp Closure Of Cadell Ferry – 11th Oct 2023
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Department for Infrastructure and Transport -Temp Closure Of Cadell Ferry – 11th Oct 2023

The Department for Infrastructure and Transport advises there will be a temporary closure of the Cadell Ferry service from 10am to 3pm on Wednesday, 11 October (weather permitting).The disruption is for programmed maintenance as part of the landing replacement program.An alternative crossing will be available at the Waikerie Ferry (upstream) and Morgan Ferry (downstream). The…