The State Government is encouraging locals on the Eyre Peninsula to get involved and read the newly released discussion paper called ‘Turning the Tide on single use plastic products’.
Port Lincoln’s “Line & Label Restaurant” has secured an Australian Good Food Guide Chef Hat maintaining its score of 13 two years in a row.
A new survey is highlighting the increased pressure some families on the Eyre Peninsula are facing with the rising costs of education.
The Eyre Peninsula will now have the opportunity to stand out in the world of arts after the state government appointed new consultants to lead the development in Art Plans for South Australia.
Today South Australian Premier Steven Marshall will be on the Eyre Peninsula, visiting areas affected by drought and dry conditions in Cowell and Cleve.
The SES are preparing for an extreme heatwave over the next few days and are urging locals to ensure they look after themselves and those around them.
Regional South Australians will now have more sustainable health care after the state government recently invested $2 million in rural health professionals.
Port Lincoln has seen the official launch of the new beach matting and beach chair along the front street, with bookings now open to the public.
Under the SA Heritage Grants Program half a million dollars has been approved and applications are now open to owners of State heritage properties on the Eyre Peninsula.
Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula has appointed a new Natural Recourses officer in the Eastern Eyre Peninsula.