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Photo highlights of the St Francis Bay canal winter canoe race

Once again, the St Francis canals proved to be a great venue for the Pam Golding St Francis Bay Canal Winter Challenge on 6 August.  Pam Golding Properties, St Francis Bay, has sponsored these local… Continue reading

Pothole repair project forging ahead

Plans to have the worst affected main roads repaired of potholes before visitors arrive at Christmas have been brought a step closer to fruition. With R60 000 already pledged from businesses and individuals to… Continue reading

Swinging into the Calamari Classic 2011

  St Francis Bay Golf Club, its staff, caterers and caddies are gearing up for the club’s premier event, the 14th Calamari Classic which runs from 22—24 September this year.  A record number… Continue reading

Women treated like royalty at St Francis Links

  By Bev Mortimer   While many celebrated Women’s Day on Tuesday this week at home with their families, others participated in sports’ activities and some were literally treated like royalty. In lovely… Continue reading

St Francis Bay’s canal property owners have been saved thousands

 – St Francis Bay Riparian Association wins ruling that most canal properties don’t need an EIA before building or renovating A dispute between the St Francis Bay Riparian Owners Association and Kouga Municipality… Continue reading

Sand River bridge update – all fine, bridge still open

Came back from PE today and crossed the bridge at 1 pm. River is flowing swiftly through the outflow pipes and there is a steady amount of water gushing down from the Links… Continue reading

The Sand River is not closing at 12 pm

Rumours have been running wild in St Francis today with phones belonging to the Kouga municipality, to members of the disaster management team and those of St Francis Chronicle running off the hook with queries… Continue reading

Thyspunt nuclear power station – a fait accompli?

Attendees at a meeting with senior Eskom officials this week say they were left with no doubt a nuclear site at Thypsunt is a fait accompli. Asked if the establishment of Thyspunt was… Continue reading

All water restrictions lifted in Kouga

All water restrictions in the Kouga municipal area were lifted from 1 August 2011. This follows the announcement by the Nelson Mandela Metro Municipality that it was lifting its punitive water restrictions from… Continue reading

Hunting dogs nearly take out bushbuck

An alert guard saved the life of a bushbuck yesterday after two hunting dogs attacked it. The dogs hunting on the road to Rebelsrus would have killed  the bushbuck ram if the guard had not chased them… Continue reading