As they look to build ambulance capacity across the state, the Ambulance Employees Association is calling for 3 more ambulances in Whyalla.
A Port Neill man has lost his licence and his car after being caught drink driving more than three times the legal limit on Friday night.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service is looking to set up a new volunteer support group in Kimba.
The fire danger season for 2021-22 will commence next week on the Eastern Eyre Peninsula and the West Coast.
A Port Lincoln abalone farm has secured certification by the Aquaculture Stewardship Council.
To increase the rate of vaccination in the region, SA Health will be conducting a ‘super walk in weekend’ across the Eyre Peninsula.
The City of Port Lincoln has awarded a number of groups thousands of dollars for new projects.
Today is the final day for submissions on the proposed site for a national radioactive waste management facility.
Following an announcement in May that Whyalla TAFE would be cutting its certificate III in hairdressing due to falling enrolments, the decision has now been reversed.
The Elliston Area School is celebrating its 100 year anniversary tomorrow.