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Sapol operations this weekend

South Australia Police will ramp up their presence on roads across the state ahead of the long weekend. In order to help keep motorists safe, two police operations are set to launch tomorrow, Friday 24 January, beginning with the National Day of Action. The Day of Action will see police organisations from...

Razor Fish at local beaches

With an influx of people due to attend the Tamarama festival in Port Lincoln, Locals and visitors are encouraged to exercise caution around Lower Eyre Peninsula beaches, due to a high number of Razor Fish in the area. Port Lincoln City Council have conducted an extensive signing effort to ensure that...

Corporate Marquees released

With the upcoming Marsh Community Series AFL pre-season match between Port Adelaide and the Western Bulldogs, The City of Whyalla is offering businesses a chance to have their own corporate marquee at the game on March 7. A limited amount of viewing marquees with refreshments, food and entry tickets are being...

Golden Princess Arrives this Monday

The Golden Princess will be arriving this public holiday Monday with 2600 passengers and 1100 crew on board. Parking restrictions will be in place in the town jetty car park for the day and drivers are asked to take care when travelling through the CBD. The Nautilus Arts Centre will hold their...

Australia Day Council encourges reflection

The National Australia Day Council has encouraged all Australian’s to reflect, respect and celebrate on this years Australia Day in Port Lincoln and across the Eyre Peninsula. In the Lead up to the day, the council has released a new campaign, titled ‘The Story Of Australia’ Karlie Brand, CEO of the...

Free Eyre Public Environmental report released

FREE Eyre Limited has released its public environmental report for the new port proposed for Port Spencer. With the closure of rail on the Eyre Peninsula last year, the new facility could aid in the diversion of close to 20 thousand truck movements from going through Port Lincoln.

EP Farmers warned of Mice

Grain Growers on the Eyre Peninsula are being advised to exercise vigilance ahead of their 2020 crop sowing programs, to minimise the potential for damage by mice.   This follows significant head loss in November of last year when severe winds struck, leading to losses of up to 2.5 tonnes per hectare....

Locals encouraged to 'Keep On Camping'

The Caravan Industry Association of Australia have launched their ‘Keep On Camping’ initiative, encouraging Eyre Peninsula residents to consider visiting a bushfire affected area on their next caravan or camping trip as 30 percent of all trips in regional Australia involves camping or caravanning.