• Morrison and co: just where to from here? - Whyalla News

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    Morrison and co: just where to from here?
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    The recent madness in the LNP – both disunity and disloyalty – resulted in the recent, devastating Newspoll. You could reasonably have expected new PM Morrison to have moved quickly and decisively to begin to define himself, and a strategy. Yet he has ...
  • Networking at brekky - Whyalla News

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    Networking at brekky
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    INSPIRED: Motivational Coach Peter Borda and Becker Helicopters Whyalla Base Pilot Aaron Hillier inspired other residents at a Networking Breakfast on Tuesday morning. It was an early but positive start to the day for a number of residents attending a ...
  • Aust 'uniquely' placed in power struggle - Whyalla News

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    Aust 'uniquely' placed in power struggle
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    Australia is uniquely placed to help manage the competition for power in the Asia-Pacific, new Defence Minister Christopher Pyne says. The minister says the region is playing host to the "defining great power competition" of the current generation. He ...
  • John Millman to splash out on family holiday after huge US Open - Whyalla News

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    John Millman to splash out on family holiday after huge US Open
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    John Millman plans on splashing out on his family after collecting the biggest pay cheque of his career for his fairytale run to the US Open quarter-finals. In addition to a rankings rise from 55th to a projected 37th in the world, Millman will bank ...and more »
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  • Breuer seeks re-election - Whyalla News

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    Breuer seeks re-election
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    Whyalla Mayor Lyn Breuer says she will rely on her political experience to get her re-elected in this year's Local Council Elections. Ms Breuer, who previously served as the Member for Giles for the Labor Party, believes the next four years are going ...
  • A stopover worth every bite in vibrant Hong Kong - Whyalla News

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    A stopover worth every bite in vibrant Hong Kong
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    It's hard to stay loyal to one airline these days with all the discounting and special offers that seem to be on every travel site and social media platform, but here is a tip from #thetravellingguy that works. If you are loyal and fly frequently, you ...
  • One dead, one critical in crane drop - Whyalla News

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    One dead, one critical in crane drop
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    One man is dead and another is fighting for life after they were submerged and trapped in concrete that fell from a crane at a Melbourne worksite. It is believed the crane dropped a tub of concrete into a pit at the Box Hill building site on Whitehorse ...and more »
  • Australia visit ban 'political': Manning - Whyalla News

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    Australia visit ban 'political': Manning
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    Convicted US whistleblower Chelsea Manning has called the Australian government's decision on delaying her a visa to enter the country politically motivated. The former soldier - who served seven years in prison for leaking classified military and ...
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  • Man jailed for manslaughter of Qld toddler - Whyalla News

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    Man jailed for manslaughter of Qld toddler
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    Mason Jet Lee lived much of his 22 months in pain, whether it be from a broken leg, severe anal injuries or the blow to his stomach that caused his death. The man who caused most of that pain - either by his indifference or violence - will spend at ...and more »
  • Many helping hands for farmers in need - Whyalla News

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    Many helping hands for farmers in need
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    Nadia Murray, Norwich, Cumnock, unloads some of the 303 large square bales of oaten hay from Western Australia, as part of a drought relief drive that has benefited 44 farmers. Elsewhere community fundraising efforts continue apace as fodder supplies ...and more »
  • Whyalla on Nat Geo - Whyalla News

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    Whyalla on Nat Geo
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    Continuing Whyalla's heightened public exposure this year, the steel city will feature on the National Geographic Channel. Presenter Tyson Mayr and crew of five were in Whyalla to film for a National Geographic Channel program to be called Only in Oz ...
  • A well-punished politician benefits nobody - Whyalla News

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    A well-punished politician benefits nobody
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    To speak un français châtié is to speak 'a well-punished French'. Lauren Collins wrote about the phrase in Love in Translation, a 2016 article in The New Yorker. It relates to how well someone perseveres through the pain of learning the language, and ...and more »
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  • Don a flanny for a farmer - Whyalla News

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    Don a flanny for a farmer
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    Whyalla TAFE SA staff will be donning their favourite flanny next week to raise money for farmers battling dry conditions across South Australia. All money raised will be donated to the SA Country Womens Association (SACWA) for distribution to South ...
  • Charity Ride for Bush Kids saddles up to raise money for Dolly's Dream - Whyalla News

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    Charity Ride for Bush Kids saddles up to raise money for Dolly's Dream
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    This October Horses for Courses Charity Ride for Bush Kids is gearing up to raise funds for Dolly's Dream. Advocate for Rural and Remote Families Tiani Cook, along with more than 20 other riders, will be trekking from Glen Helen Resort on October 6 to ...and more »
  • Character home with tasteful renovation - Whyalla News

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    Character home with tasteful renovation
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    Larger than first meets the eye, this home has been tastefully renovated to meet modern standards, but still retains the warmth and style of yesteryear with high ceilings and decorative cornices. To the heart of the home is an open-plan kitchen/living ...
  • Jordan sprinting into uni - Whyalla News

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    Jordan sprinting into uni
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    PATHWAY: Jordan Trevorrow (middle) recently became the first male to complete the Aboriginal Pathway Program. He is pictured with his brother Montana (left), and his mother Zena Wingfield (right). Local Jordan Trevorrow has unlocked a key pathway into ...
  • Loving your body | PHOTOS - Whyalla News

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    Loving your body | PHOTOS
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    Students at Edward John Eyre High School have been participating in activities aimed at promoting positive body image as part of Love your Body Week. On Tuesday the Whyalla Youth Advisory Council were on site providing popcorn for students while a ...
  • Hughes critical of budget - Whyalla News

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    Hughes critical of budget
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    Member for Giles Eddie Hughes has criticised the state government for failing to provide funding for a new sports hub in Whyalla in their 2018 State Budget. Labor pledged $5 million towards a $15 million state-of-the-art sports facility before the ...and more »
  • SA-Best visit Whyalla - Whyalla News

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    SA-Best visit Whyalla
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    SA-BEST recently heard the concerns of Whyalla residents as part of their region-wide Listening Tour. Frank Pangallo hosted a meeting at the Whyalla Tennis Club last Friday, with a small of locals attending, including former SA-Best Candidate Tom Antonio.
  • Orienteering championships - Whyalla News

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    Orienteering championships
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    The Eyre Peninsula Championships annual orienteering competition between Saltbush Orienteers from Whyalla and Lincoln Orienteers was held on Sunday, August 12, at Casuarina Ridge on the Myola property south of Iron Baron. The weather was ideal ...
  • Winners awarded at season wrap-up - Whyalla News

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    Winners awarded at season wrap-up
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    MEDAL WINNERS: Back; Tony Kingdon, Tyron Harris, Trevor Hughes (winner C grade), Andrew Hodgkinson, Jonah Mislov, Wesley Fisher (winner B grade), Emma Mardon ( winner D grade), Malcolm Clasohm. Front; Cooper Jacobs (winner U17M), Dylan ...
  • McLean's Open Championship victory - Whyalla News

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    McLean's Open Championship victory
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    Between August 23 and 26, golfers from Whyalla and 13 regional and metropolitan clubs gathered in Whyalla for the 2018 Whyalla Open Golf Championships. The Women's 18 Hole Championship was held on Thursday 23rd with the Men's 36 Hole ...
  • Bail subject to review - Whyalla News

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    Bail subject to review
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    A 37-year-old Whyalla woman charged with attempted murder has been granted home detention bail by a Magistrate, however the decision may be reviewed by the Director of Public Prosecution. Christine Lambadgee appeared via video link in the Whyalla ...
  • Bristow claims medal | PHOTOS - Whyalla News

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    Bristow claims medal | PHOTOS
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    COMEBACK: South Whyalla's Joel Howard-Bristow took out the Whyalla News Medal in a too-close-to-call count at the Whyalla Football League Presentation Night. Josh Trezise from North Whyalla receives a life membership from Whyalla Football League ...
  • The Gupta revolution - Whyalla News

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    The Gupta revolution
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    STEELED: GFG Alliance Chairman Sanjeev Gupta (left) speaks to Whyalla News Senior Journalist about his one-year journey in charge of the Whyalla Steelworks. When British billionaire Sanjeev Gupta first visited Whyalla to inspect the local steelworks he ...
  • Making a statement | PHOTOS - Whyalla News

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    Making a statement | PHOTOS
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    The Whyalla City Council will look to make a statement to visitors on their way into town by investing in new welcome monuments at either end of the city. The council has secured $35,000 funding from the State Government's Community Infrastructure ...
  • Construction connections - Whyalla News

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    Construction connections
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    Local businesses from around Whyalla were given the chance to connect with SIMEC ZEN Energy with the Cultana Solar Farm project on the horizon at a meeting coordinated by Regional Development Australia. The aim of the meeting was to help those ...
  • Ramsey welcomes new PM - Whyalla News

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    Ramsey welcomes new PM
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    Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey says he's glad the turmoil in the Liberal Party is now behind the government after Scott Morrison was elected Prime Minister this afternoon. Mr Ramsey said he welcomed the end of a 'tumultuous week' for the government.and more »
  • Army return for exercise - Whyalla News

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    Army return for exercise
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    Whyalla Mayor Lyn Breuer and Council CEO Chris Cowley have received a briefing from military officers on November's Exercise Binh Ba in Whyalla. Officially Battle Block 1D (BB1D), Exercise Binh Ba is named after an Australian battle in the Vietnam War.
  • Students get hands on - Whyalla News

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    Students get hands on
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    University students have been busy putting their podiatry skills into practice at a new student-assisted clinic at the University of South Australia Whyalla campus. The UniSA Rural Health podiatry Clinic was jointly-funded by UniSA with a $100,000 ...
  • Cold case breakthrough - Whyalla News

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    Cold case breakthrough
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    A 30-year-old cold case has been the subject of fresh inquiries by the Major Crime Investigation Branch amid reports in the media that a DNA match with a suspect well-known in Whyalla has been made. Local Peter Seaford was murdered in his home unit in ...
  • Adani gets key approval - Whyalla News

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    Adani gets key approval
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    Whyalla could be home to two new solar farms, with Adani Australia having secured pre-construction approval from the state government for their $200 million project 10 kilometres north of the city. The facility would be 400 hectares in size, deliver up ...
  • Whyalla murder: Detectives resume unsolved case of Peter Seaford ... - The Advertiser

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    Whyalla murder: Detectives resume unsolved case of Peter Seaford ...
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    MAJOR Crime detectives have returned to Whyalla in a renewed bid to solve a 30-year-old cold case murder. Peter Seaford, 31, was murdered at his home unit ...
    Cold case murder of Peter Seaford in 1989 under the microscope as Major Crime detectives return to WhyallaNEWS.com.auall 2 news articles »
  • Our concern about the drought isn't fair dinkum - Whyalla News

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    Our concern about the drought isn't fair dinkum
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    It's taken him too long, but public concern and the looming election has finally obliged Malcolm Turnbull to do the right thing by our farmers struggling with severe drought. In Forbes on Sunday, Turnbull announced a further $250 million in assistance ...and more »
  • Adani set to build Whyalla solar farm, as it finalises supply contracts - RenewEconomy

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    Adani set to build Whyalla solar farm, as it finalises supply contracts
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    Work is set to begin on a 140MW solar farm being built north of Whyalla in South Australia by the renewables arm of Indian energy giant Adani, after the company received the final green light for the project. Adani – whose name is more often associated ...
  • Whyalla's Adani solar farm gets pre-approval as renewables rush hits SA's steel city - The Advertiser

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    Whyalla's Adani solar farm gets pre-approval as renewables rush hits SA's steel city
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    WHYALLA could soon be home to two major solar farms after Adani Renewables announced it had received pre-construction approval for a 400 hectare project just outside the city. Adani, which is also nearing completion on its first Australian solar ...
  • Adani Renewables' proposed solar farm site at Whyalla. - The Advertiser

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    Adani Renewables' proposed solar farm site at Whyalla.
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    This morning South Australia was generating 1908MW of power from the grid, comprised of 723MW of gas-powered electricity, 806MW of wind, 330MW of small solar and 58MW of large solar. The state demand was lower at 1440MW. The Adani project, 10km ...
  • Another day in Canberra, another leadership challenge? Live updates - Whyalla News

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    Another day in Canberra, another leadership challenge? Live updates
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    Malcolm Turnbull may be facing a fresh challenge to his leadership with a small group of Liberal MPs pushing for Peter Dutton to have another go. But new polling shows a Dutton government would crash at the election to Bill Shorten, with voters picking ...
    Second challenge looms for Malcolm Turnbull as Peter Dutton reveals policy plansNEWS.com.au
    Questions intensify over Dutton's eligibility for Parlia
  • Music brings the people together … sort of - Whyalla News

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    Music brings the people together … sort of
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    ON-DEMAND music is big business for major streaming services and record labels alike. Last year, the world's biggest labels reported record-breaking revenue, raking in almost $20 million a day from the likes of Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon. Much has ...and more »
  • Lions remain at the top - Whyalla News

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    Lions remain at the top
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    A brave Lions came from two goals down to eventually win 3-2 at Magill Park on Sunday to remain top of the league in a remarkable comeback performance. Steel had the better of the first half creating plenty of early chances when eventually after 20 ...
  • New high school triggers heated debate - Whyalla News

    New high school triggers heated debate
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    The Whyalla City Council unanimously passed a motion to thank the state government for funding a new $100 million high school in town, but not before a heated debate broke out between councillors. Cr Tim Breuer raised the motion, saying that the new ...
  • Whyalla Golf Open set for the weekend - Whyalla News

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    Whyalla Golf Open set for the weekend
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    Tuesday championship foursomes – Winners Div 1 Glenda Davies and Ilona Hansen 91. Runnerup Div 1 Val Callaghan and Jean Brown 98. Winner Div 2 Colleen Howell and Thelma Murray 111. Runnerup Div 2 Marcia Smith and Michelle Hart 116.
  • Local Bible seminars - Whyalla News

    Local Bible seminars
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    Bible seminars focused on the Book of Revelation will be held at the Whyalla Seventh Day Adventist Church in the next week from Friday, August 24, to Saturday, September 1. The sessions will be run by Pastor David Gilmore and Pastor John Beck from 6pm ...
  • Funding win for aged care - Whyalla News

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    Funding win for aged care
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    A new Community Centre linked with the Whyalla Aged Care's planned retirement village has been supported by $40,000 in community grants from the Beyond Bank Foundation. FUTURE: Whyalla Aged Care chief executive officer Juanita Walker and ...
  • Dees eye finals - Whyalla News

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    Dees eye finals
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    South Whyalla won their second game in as many weeks by downing Roopena by 14 points to consolidate their spot in this year's finals series. Complacency has been a major issue for the Dees throughout the year and it reared its ugly head again Saturday, ...
  • Double dog success | PHOTOS - Whyalla News

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    Double dog success | PHOTOS
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    Two physical events over the weekend have been declared a success, with many people burning off their cinnamon donuts and dagwood dogs while having fun at the same time. A group of 50 runners participated in the Howling Dog After Dark Trail Run, ...
  • Leigh's remarkable rise - Whyalla News

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    Leigh's remarkable rise
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    Whyalla's cycling prodigy has returned from the Under 19 World Championships in Switzerland with a host of top achievements and an abundance of invaluable experience. Leigh Hoffman set a new Australian record of 10.37 seconds in a second-place finish ...
  • Show breaks records - Whyalla News

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    Show breaks records
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    If there's anything that the 48th Whyalla Show proved, it's that money is coming back into town. With more people coming to the Show than ever before, traders on the day recorded significant profits. “The traders said they did more business by ...
  • Lessons for life - Whyalla News

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    Lessons for life
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    LESSONS: From left - Stephen Stanley, Gerladine Gillen (Whyalla Writer's Group), Deb Hughes (Council), Joseph Matthews, Jessica Carpenter, Robert Golding (D'faces), Rakesh Sarkar (Whyalla Aged Care) and (front) resident Ray Williamson. Unlocking ...
  • Indian Consul visit - Whyalla News

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    Indian Consul visit
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    VISIT: Indian Consulate General Vanlalvawna Bawidlung (middle) met with members of the Chamber of Commerce, including President Ron Hay, and Deputy Mayor Clare McLaughlin on Friday. Whyalla has welcomed a visit from the Consulate General of ...
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