Youth week has officially kicked off with West Coast Youth and Community Support sparking excitement for the youth in recognition of the significant week. Last night the Port Lincoln Youth Advisory Committee hosted an event at the youth hub giving youths the opportunity to check out the space and create discussion...
Today street artists will be putting their cans to the wall in Tumby Bay to kick off the Colour Tumby Street Art Festival.
A significant report is in the works on the development of a new 'open-pit gold mine' here on the Eyre Peninsula near Kimba.
Tomorrow April 13th is Citizen Science Day and Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula have launched a series of new online portals for reporting iconic Eyre Peninsula species, including malleefowl, goannas, koalas and echidnas.
This weekend will see the Cowell edition of Growing Together for Eastern Eyre Peninsula Farmers and Business owners to attend and gain support through networking and workshops.
Following the release of the Eyre Peninsula Freight study and announcement of funding secured for SA infrastructure, Senator for South Australia Rex Patrick is calling the government out on abandoning the people on the EP.
Last year in December a bill was proposed that suggested to extend the power of the CFS that would allow them to direct people to refrain from proceeding with activities that could be deemed as dangerous and start a fire.
More than 20 former fire and emergency chiefs from around the country are banding together to call for stronger action on climate change.
Yesterday saw the Regional Accelerator Music Program take place at the Port Lincoln Hotel with Minister for Industry and Skills David Pisoni attending the day and discussed how the community can increase live music in the region.
Today it was announced that the head contractor for the Council’s Leisure Centre Stadium Expansion project Unique Urban Built, has been appointed a liquidator.