For the First time, Port Lincoln will welcome two cruise ships on the same day, due to come in this Wednesday 20th February.
A Men’s mental Health session will be held in Kimba on Saturday 23rd of February.
Whyalla has been one out of twelve small communities in South Australia to be awarded a small scale grant that aims to address local sustainability issues in climate change.
Eyre Peninsula’s freight strategy will be one of the main discussion topics at the upcoming EPLGA conference in Kimba later this month.
Eyre Peninsula residents are being encouraged to grab a snag at Port Lincoln Bunnings today, between 9am- 4pm, and help raise funds for communities devastated by natural disaster.
This weekend Operation Belt Up will see police across the state targeting seatbelt use in an enforcement campaign intended to save lives.
Nearly 34,000 South Australian households on low or fixed incomes are set to start receiving the State Government’s annual Cost of Living Concession payment this week, to help with expenses like energy and water bills.
According to a new study from Flinders University, Middle-aged women in South Australia aren’t getting the message about the proven link between alcohol consumption and breast cancer, at a time when more are drinking while cancer rates in their age bracket are increasing.
A 48-year-old woman was fined after being caught driving over the legal blood alcohol limit at Wudinna yesterday afternoon.
The Port Lincoln City council will be hosting a free waste and recycling presentation for locals to attend, to reinforce their commitment to reduce waste and landfill - while also promoting recycling.