CO 00064

2022-08-04T11:16:20+09:30

Traces Restaurant by Merv Richards Coober Pedy Times 6/5/98 Photo:  Thelma & Jimmy with group of customers

CO 000642022-08-04T11:16:20+09:30

GI 14003

2022-07-27T11:44:39+09:30

'Cats and Dogs of Coober,' by Michelle Etheridge, Advertiser 13/3/22 Pictured:  Dawn Jones and Hayden Lewis Dawn's Coober Pedy Animals' Second Chance arranges for animals to be rehomed and desexed through Paws & Claws in Adelaide.

GI 140032022-07-27T11:44:39+09:30

RD 00006

2022-05-13T15:23:12+09:30

Article - News 4the March 1939 "Obstacles in way of Coober Pedy's pedal radio" Mentions Rev F.H. Patterson of Australian Inland Mission and Rev Frank Johncock of Tennant Creek Article sourced from Trove RD 00006

RD 000062022-05-13T15:23:12+09:30

HP 00020

2022-05-11T15:20:00+09:30

Kathy Kruger, Profile by Angela Jachmann, CPRT 20/5/2004

HP 000202022-05-11T15:20:00+09:30

TR 00016

2022-05-04T15:28:11+09:30

Article "Experiencing the Sturt Highway" by Ray Schilling, Country Superintendent for St John's Ambulance re. a trip taken in May 1980 from Adelaide to Alice Springs and return, in wet conditions, the Stuart Highway at that time being most unsealed. Mentions; Glen Woods (Adelaide), Norm Lockhart (Co driver), Bill McDougall (Coober Pedy), Greg Oakley (Marla), Brian Males (Alice Springs) TR 00016

TR 000162022-05-04T15:28:11+09:30

PR 00014

2022-04-24T04:41:38+09:30

'Why the Drive-in Prices Must Go Up?' Opal Chips June 1984 Drive-in and Drive-in Canteen main sources of money for Progress Association which was spent on infrastructure, road & saltwater pipeline maintenance, public toilets and administration

PR 000142022-04-24T04:41:38+09:30

RH 00018 p4

2022-02-10T19:49:31+10:30

Aust. Gems & Crafts Magazine article by Len Dallow "Mintabie, another Lightning Ridge" 1978. re conditions at Mintabie in 1978 as found by the author.  p4  

RH 00018 p42022-02-10T19:49:31+10:30

LA 00036

2022-02-09T09:13:19+10:30

CPT article 24-3-1993, "The Times are Changing" by Senior Sergeant Dean Harris re visit by now retired Eric "Dusty" Rhodes, the Police Officer in Charge at Coober Pedy in 1965 & 1966 telling of his experiences.

LA 000362022-02-09T09:13:19+10:30
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