Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development Tim Whetstone was amongst the members who attended the Grain Growers meeting in Cummins has tested negative for Coronavirus.
Three drive-through Covid-19 testing clinics have opened up on the Eyre Peninsula including Port Lincoln, Ceduna and Whyalla.
Local households are being encouraged to switch off their lights at 8:30 pm this Saturday for (28 March) and join a global movement calling for stronger action on climate change.
Inspired by the book “We’re going on a Bear Hunt” Aussies from across the country have begun placing Teddy Bears in the window of their homes for those walking with children to spot, and the EP has joined the hunt.
Due to current world events, an increasing proportion of the local workforce are utilising working from home opportunities.
NBN will be rolling out new measures to support increasing capacity and data demand for NBN satellite services in regional and remote Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Agriculture Minister David Littleproud has spoken out and says Australia’s food production and supply chain will not be affected by coronavirus shutdowns.
More businesses are rapidly closing their doors to the community in efforts to stop the spread of COVID -19 within the community.
Students in South Australian schools will now have access to modern online learning resources to support their education at home.
The National Rural Health Alliance has welcomed the Australian Government’s expansion of telehealth Medicare item numbers but has called for access to be expanded as soon as possible to all health professionals.