Despite summer bushfires and disruption caused by COVID-19, this year is shaping up to be one of the best on record for farmers in many parts of the country.
A female attendant has been injured during an aggravated robbery at a Whyalla service station on Saturday night.
Pathologists are joining calls for children across the Eyre Peninsula to be vaccinated against the flu this winter, amid concerns about declining GP visits due to COVID-19.
Locals are being encouraged to get out and explore the state’s parks, as school holidays begin and COVID-19 restrictions continue to be eased.
Sixteen fishers have been formally issued with warning notices for fishing illegally within the Cowleds Landing and the Cuttlefish Coast marine sanctuary zones near Whyalla.
With the rollover of the new financial year, small businesses across the Eyre Peninsula are being warned about an increase in scam-related activities.
While many events have been cancelled this year, there is hope for the 2021 Tunarama Festival that is set to go ahead.
Young girls across the Eyre Peninsula who play soccer or have an interest in sports are invited to join the Swag Soccer academy for their regional program that is coming to Port Lincoln these school holidays.
Local landowners, farmers and community members who have concerns about the potential impact of resource companies on their property are being encouraged to make use of the Rural Businesses support Landowner Information Service.
A new survey may provide a glimmer of hope for local tourism operators who've been hit hard by COVID-19.