Yesterday’s catastrophic weather conditions saw power outages across the Eyre Peninsula for around 11 hours affecting approximately 14,000 customers.
The Ronald McDonald Ride for sick kids is well underway with Port Lincoln locals, Mark Forbes & Trent Adams, together with Steven Hallam from Whyalla are riding as TEAM EP.
The Eyre Peninsula road infrastructure is set to be one of many projects due to be fast-tracked following the Marshall Government’s announcement on the $415 million in infrastructure packages to be sped up.
The Smith Family will today launch its annual Christmas Appeal, calling on Eyre Peninsula to help break the cycle of poverty by supporting a child's education.
It appears small and medium businesses on the Eyre are losing faith in the Federal Government as confidence in the economy continues to wane.
Today’s catastrophic weather conditions has prompted a number of closures across the Eyre Peninsula including many schools, all national parks and reserves and also the potential for power to be switched off at some point today if necessary.
A state-wide Code Red extreme weather response for people sleeping rough will be activated today as the mercury is set to soar above 40C across the state.
RAA is reminding community organisations that applications are open for its Regional Safety Grants of up to $10,000 as the state braces for catastrophic fire danger today.
Drought affected farmers across the Eyre Peninsula are being encouraged to have a plan to manage your livestock as well as maintaining soil cover ahead of the long dry summer.
TAFE SA’s meet the master’s series is coming to Port Lincoln for locals to meet local leaders, following successful masterclasses in Adelaide.