This weekend, Eyre Peninsula’s tourism is expected to soar with more than 7000 people set to visit Ceduna for the much loved ‘Oysterfest’.
Next week is Mental Health week and local community organisations will be getting behind the national week by putting on an array of events across the Eyre Peninsula.
South Australian Abalone divers are celebrating 50 years of braving shark-infested watersand supplying Hong Kong and China with green lip abalone.
Ahead of the long weekend police are reminding locals to take the extra steps to ensure their homes and vehicles are untouched when the return from their trips away.
This weekend will see Tunarama entrant Miss Eyre Travel Venita Ellis will host a bands night at Wayback football club.
Eyre Futures has opened up a new creative space in Port Lincoln for the community to enjoy and engage in fun, inspirational activities from all learning aspects.
Locals are being encouraged to have their say in the SA Jetties strategic plan that will explore options to create a sustainable approach for the future of South Australian Jetties.
A new report shows South Australia’s grain harvest for 2019-20 is estimated at 6.2 million tonnes as a result of the ongoing dry conditions.
A Responsible Service of Alcohol course will be held in Tumby Bay later this month for locals interested in getting their ticket.
A new survey suggests young women across the Eyre Peninsula are spending upon their physical health but might be turning a blind eye to their financial fitness.