Millions will be spent on new and ongoing projects in Port Lincoln, if the council's new 2022-23 draft business plan and budget is adopted.
New police recruits will be heading to Port Lincoln and Whyalla, after 23 people graduated SAPOL's Course 51 earlier this week.
Helicopters are flying across the Eyre Peninsula this month, as SA Power Networks inspect power lines across the region.
Almost a quarter of Grey voters have already cast their ballot for this year’s Federal Election, as some polling booths suffer from a lack of staff.
A Whyalla driver has been reported for driving without due care, after allegedly crashing his car while distracted.
In a bid to boost the sluggish jab rates in young students, several sites in SA, including at Ceduna Area School and Port Lincoln Primary School, are set to be transformed into vaccination hubs.
Newly elected Member for Flinders, Sam Telfer, has paid tribute to his predecessor in his maiden speech to parliament.
Small business owners from across the Eyre Peninsula have come together for an evening of networking and insights from South Australian leaders in business.
New postcode data from the Australian Conservation Foundation has recorded very low pollution levels in Port Lincoln, compared to other Spencer Gulf cities.
As part of a review of laws to safeguard vulnerable adults, the South Australian Law Reform Institute will consult with the Port Lincoln and Whyalla community next month.