New laws introduced on 1 July 2018 made it a legal requirement for all dogs and cats to be microchipped by 12 weeks of age, or at the point of sale. This includes all dogs and cats, including those that were born before 1 July 2018. Currently, approximately 700 dogs across our region are still... [Continue reading]
The AGL Wattle Point Community Fund reinvests revenue earned from the wind farm back into the Yorke Peninsula by way of financial support for community based initiatives, projects and events. The online application is now open. Applications close strictly 5pm Friday 21 December 2018. For more information, contact the Community Relations Manager via AGLCommunity@agl.com.au
The Department of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries have released new bag limits for recreational fishers from 1 December 2016. Species include (but not limited to) whiting, garfish, kingfish, scallops, Blue Crabs, snapper. Size limits have also been increased for King George whiting as well as a spawning closure for KGW during May. Full details are... [Continue reading]
At last night’s Council meeting Cr. Hoyle was elected as the incoming Deputy Mayor. Mayor Ray Agnew thanked outgoing Deputy Mayor Cr. Trevor Davey for his outstanding contribution over the past 2 years. Cr. Davey will continue his role as elected member for the Kalkabury Ward.