French-based food and wine society samples Port Pirie's menu

The Royal Guild of Goose Roasters tries some of Port Pirie's food.


Dawn service in Port Pirie commences at 6 am at the WW1 Memorial, corner of Memorial Drive and Gertrude Street. Followed by the Anzac Day march at 10.30 am which will start at The Terrace (across from Tenth Street) through to the WW1 memorial, where another ceremony will be conducted.

More information on the services in the region can be found on Page 20 of The Recorder, printed on Thursday April 19.

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Port Pirie Remembrance Day service at the World War 1 Memorial Gates.

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An 18-year-old from Port Pirie is heading to the Miss Universe Australia competition.

The 24-year-old Mid North man appeared in the Port Pirie Magistrates Court today.

The man was refused police bail and appeared in the Port Pirie Magistrates Court on Friday April 20.

Academic questions new lead study data, but says we should investigate further

An Adelaide University academic has concerns about US lead study.

Joan has been 'horse mad' for 60 years and wants to help disabled riders

New era for Riding for the Disabled as veteran horse-lover joins the ranks.

Sixty-four-year wedding anniversary - with a twist

Scottish Sheriff allowed love affair to blossom for 64 years.

Council boosts protection from flooding at Port Pirie

Port Pirie will have better protection from tidal flooding.

The importance of Aboriginal culture and good health and well being was the emphasis of today's Tarpari Wellbeing day held in Memorial Park.

The day celebrated Aboriginal cultures and promoted good health and well being.

Port Pirie lived up to its reputation as the ‘City of Friendly People’ as civic leaders and representatives of community groups gathered to welcome council’s new chief executive officer.

City lives up to reputation as ‘City of Friendly People’ at reception for new CEO.

Minister Rachel Sanderson was in Port Pirie yesterday meeting local workers and children that are under her guardianship.

Minister Rachel Sanderson will visit each regional office, to create a strong start to her first 100 days.

Solar project looms closer for our 'battlers'

Port Pirie Regional Council to meet with solar expert.

Electoral revamp accepted by local politician

Vast seat of Grey to become even bigger, says sitting MP Rowan Ramsey.

'Innocent face' gazes back over 100 years

Son of World War I soldier reviews book on South Australia and the Great War.

From the outback desert to the awards podium, Heather Wallace does Pirie proud

Ex-Piriean Heather Wallace wins national film award for costume design.

There is a new Skaife on the horizon and he is from Port Pirie

Skaife Ward is appropriately named for a career in motorsport.