Whale Season on the Eyre Peninsula is well under way with whales making their way to the head of the Bight for breeding and birthing.
Today 144 bales of hay from Lock will be delivered to NSW to assist farmers affected by the mouse plague.
A PHD student from the University of Adelaide will be conducting in depth research on the effects of heat stress in grazed sheep.
Local residents and families are being urged to consider private hospital cover as we approach the end of financial year.
Streaky Bay will be showing their application for local seafood in September with their all new event, A celebrations of Seafood at Streaky Bay.
Port Lincoln police are warning locals not to fall victim to scams following serval reports of online scammers in the area.
The Marshall Liberal Government is exploring opportunities to further improve access to government-funded seasonal flu vaccines for older locals.
On Saturday the Port Lincoln Football league round 8 seen big wins to Wayback’s, Tasman’s and Marble Range.
A new survey has found Australians want more support to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic with 1 in 2 of us not confident life will return to normal by this time next year.
The Eyre Peninsula is ready for take-off as three test rocket launches have been approved for the Whalers Way Facility.