Police have had reports of a scammer calling small businesses on the Lower Eyre Peninsula offering to sell them cheap electrical goods.
Eyre Peninsula residents are being advised that this year’s fire danger season has been extended until the end of April.
Last month Queensland fishing and tourism television program Creek to Coast had a successful week of filming on the Eyre Peninsula.
Grain Producers SA (GPSA) has launched its Emerging Leaders Program, built on the highly successful SAFF Future Leaders Program and is now seeking the first round of applicants.
On Thursday three students from the Port Lincoln High School will be taking a journey to Muroto Japan as a part of the Port Lincoln Muroto Friendship Group.
Yesterday Port Lincoln Police charged two people for drug offences in North Shields.
The State Government has delivered on its commitment to release the Eyre Peninsula Freight Study with $100 million from the Federal Government secured to upgrade South Australia’s infrastructure of the Port Augusta to Perth corridor.
Representatives from Australia’s commercial, recreational and Indigenous fishing sectors met with the Assistant Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, Senator Richard Colbeck yesterday to discuss the future of Australia’s fishing industry.
Sunday saw the Eyre Peninsula Football council gather in Wudinna for a successful forum on the sustainability of the region's football and netball.
A teenage boy has been arrested over an attempted robbery at Port Lincoln over the weekend.