New research is providing a snapshot of family life during COVID-19 and suggests local households have undergone a significant shake-up since the pandemic began.
Minister for Agriculture drought and emergency management David Littleproud has announced that the Eyre Peninsula is set to benefit from government investment into drought resilience.
Late yesterday afternoon the Port Lincoln City Council announced a halt to the planned removal of the decommissioned train engine from the Port Lincoln Train Park.
Nominations are now open for the 2020 South Australian Premier’s Food and Beverage Industry Awards.
The National NAIDOC Committee has decided to postpone NAIDOC Week 2020 in the interest of safety for elders and those in our communities with chronic health issues from the disastrous impacts of COVID19.
There are calls to treat the long term recovery from COVID-19 like a natural disaster, with locally lead plans for regional communities like the Eyre Peninsula backed by state and national resources.
The 2020 Cuttlefish breeding season is shaping up to be a big one. The season runs from May to August and sees the cephalopods arrive in the waters around Point Lowly, In the Upper Spencer Gulf to breed. Current estimates on total numbers are indicating a population above the two hundred thousand...
The Port Lincoln City Council has announced that the following a safety and risk and review of Port Lincoln’s Train Playground that the train will be removed, along with the steel tube ‘play train’ due to unacceptable safety risks. Image: Supplied | Port Lincoln City Council The review came about after an...
A man has lost his licence and will appear in court after being caught speeding and drink driving in Whyalla yesterday afternoon. Image: Eyre Peninsula Broadcasters About 1.30pm on Tuesday, June 30th, Whyalla patrols were conducting speed detection duties on McRitchie Crescent at Whyalla Stuart. At this time they detected a white...
Crossing the South Australian border may be somewhat easier from tomorrow with those wishing to enter SA able to apply for pre-approval prior to reaching South Australia’s borders. Image: SAPOL The new online form will be launched from tomorrow, forming part of a new streamlined process.