Following several incidents that have occurred over the past months including robberies at Port Lincoln venues and also the theft of firearms in Tumby Bay police have confirmed investigations.
On Friday, Centacare will be hosting a community Suicide Prevention forum that will explore the mental health and suicide prevention space in Port Lincoln and surrounding areas.
A new campaign has been launched warning young men on the Eyre Peninsula about the dangers of so-called 'fast' or 'payday' loans.
A petition to open the Tod Reservoir to recreational fishing was lodged in State Parliament recently, with approximately 366 signatures supporting the motion.
Following the closure of the railway line on the Eyre Peninsula and the closure of silo storage sites at Minnipa and Kyancutta, there has been calls for urgent leadership and action for grain storage, handling and logistics for the grain industry on the EP.
Grassroots sport in Whyalla is set to receive significant funding after the Marshall Liberal Government announced the recipients of Round One of the Grassroots Football, Cricket and Netball Facility Program.
New figures reveal the median price of Australian farmland increased 10.7% last year, making it the fifth consecutive year of growth.
A woman has been caught drink driving in Whyalla on Monday night.
Last week a code blue was called for those sleeping rough in cold temperatures across South Australia, although it wasn’t applicable to the Eyre Peninsula, despite homelessness still an issue in the region.
Locals are invited to take part in a Bogan Quiz and Games Night on July 5th hosted by Mark Forbes and Trent Adams who are raising money for the Ronald McDonald’s Ride for sick kids.