Last week police and key stakeholders of the Port Lincoln Community held a meeting to discuss the concerns raised around the safety of the community following an up roar of anxiety from the general public.
The Lower Eyre District Council will be meeting with local communities throughout the district this week to discuss the results from the survey they put out earlier this year in regards to the Strategic Plan.
Locals are invited to join the Port Lincoln Life Saving Club for another information and social event to be held later this month.
Communities across the Eyre Peninsula are being reminded that now is the time to prepare, with the release of the Bureau's Severe Weather Season Outlook showing the entire country has an increased risk of heatwaves and bushfires in the coming months.
The peak body for rural and remote health in Australia, National Rural Health Alliance, has welcomed the beginning of anti-Poverty Week which highlights the need to reduce poverty to improve health and wellbeing in rural Australia.
With the return of school, local drivers are being reminded to slow down when passing school buses following a series of near-misses along highways across the Lower Eyre Peninsula.
Cleve has been announced as the inaugural 2019 Agricultural Town of the Year on Friday night at the South Australian Regional Showcase in the Barossa.
Local horse rider Emma Manthorpe is this week embarking on her second extreme horse race ‘Race the Wild Coast’ in South Africa, which is battling Mongolia for the top spot for the toughest horse race in the world.
A teenage girl was arrested on Friday afternoon following an altercation in Port Lincoln on Liverpool Street.
Eyre Peninsula residents are being encouraged to get their pets microchipped this weekend (19-20 October) in an effort to break the cycle of lost and homeless animals.