Local hotels across the Eyre Peninsula are gearing up to reopen their front bars as customers are welcomed back as of Monday 1st June.
It’s been announced that Mr. Stephen Rufus Chief Executive officer of the Port Lincoln City Council has resigned from his position as of today.
Work is expected to begin as early as July on what has been a long-awaited 280-megawatt Cultana Solar farm on the Eastern Eyre Peninsula.
New research has found the COVID-19 pandemic is changing the way regional and rural Australians think about working from home.
Whyalla’s 315m long ‘Loop Jetty’ is now complete with the unique infrastructure set to bring in tourists and fishermen into the region.
Work has commenced on South Australia’s $25 million dog fence rebuild, one of the state’s biggest infrastructure projects.
It’s been announced that the 2020 EP Cleve Field days has been cancelled.
Natural Recourses Eyre Peninsula is calling on farmers and farming businesses to establish winter mixed species demonstration sites through the Regenerative Agriculture Program.
A new survey has revealed that Skymesh customers are seeing an improved gap in the new NBN “Skymuster plus satellite internet services.
As many small businesses battle through the COVID-19 pandemic, a new report has confirmed the importance of resilience to their long-term success.