Port Lincoln’s Suicide Prevention Network Lincoln Alive, has been working towards creating an artistic seat for the community that will provide a place for quiet reflection, starting lifesaving conversations and bringing people together.
Eyre Peninsula Fishers within the seafood sector are being invited to make use of a new initiative that provides mental wellness tools and support.
As a part of the Saltmarsh Threat Abatement and Recovery Project, locals can now access a series of engaging talks about the protected saltmarsh ecosystem online.
Farmers around the country are calling on the Federal Government to invest $1.8 billion on a job-ready package to help encourage a post-COVID recovery.
The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked calls for Australia to become a global leader in research which overlaps the fields of agriculture, health and the environment.
On Saturday local residents joined the Black Lives Matter protests which took place across the country including here in Port Lincoln.
With school excursions now having the green light to continue the Lake Wangary Primary School are continuing with their Mount Dutton coastline research.
Police are urging locals to be vigilant following a number of reports of a recent Facebook Marketplace scam.
In light of World Ocean Day yesterday residents on the Eyre Peninsula are being urged to make an informed choice and switch to sustainable seafood.
There are renewed calls for the government to provide more support to GPs across the Eyre Peninsula as they continue to help patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.