Port Lincoln and Whyalla will soon be one of South Australian’s regional communities to see benefits of less drastic tree trimming near power lines following the Marshall Governments extended regulations.
Spring is here and the Eyre Peninsula’s threatened hooded plovers have set a new Australian record with this being the earliest date for them to start nesting here on the EP.
To Sport, In the Port Lincoln Netball A grade grand final, Imperials were too good for Waybacks running out 48 to 46.
A new guide is being launched to help parents across the Eyre Peninsula understand Instagram and discuss online safety with their children.
Yesterday morning just before 4 am Metro Fire Services were called to a Port Lincoln Hill Place residence following a pergola area fire.
This weekend Tunarama entrant Miss Finesse Finance Lauren Hazel will be hosting a Glen Forest Variety Kids Fun Day with locals invited to come along for a fun day raising money for a good cause.
Four Port Lincoln Schools are among many other regional schools who are now connected to high-speed internet under the Marshal Liberal Governments $80 million dollar project.
This week Grain Research and Development Corporation toured the Eyre Peninsula seeing a successful outcome with hopes to see improvements for farmers across the region.
To Sport and in Port Lincoln football, This weekend is prelim final day with Mallee Park taking on Marble Range in what should be an epic battle.
Yesterday afternoon, the Whyalla jetty caught fire after a worker was welding and materials were set to light which then saw the fire spread along the jetty.