A state-wide Code Red extreme weather response for people sleeping rough will be activated today as the mercury is set to soar above 40C across the state.
RAA is reminding community organisations that applications are open for its Regional Safety Grants of up to $10,000 as the state braces for catastrophic fire danger today.
Drought affected farmers across the Eyre Peninsula are being encouraged to have a plan to manage your livestock as well as maintaining soil cover ahead of the long dry summer.
TAFE SA’s meet the master’s series is coming to Port Lincoln for locals to meet local leaders, following successful masterclasses in Adelaide.
The following public schools will be closed on Wednesday, 20 November due to catastrophic fire danger. Government school bus services will also be cancelled in all catastrophic bushfire rated districts. Sites marked with * will be closed as an additional safety measure. Eastern Eyre Cleve Area School Cleve District Children's Centre Lower Eyre Bishop Kindergarten* Kirton Point Children's...
Two people have been arrested after a crash at Port Lincoln yesterday, which led to the discovery of explosive material in the boot of a stolen car.
Today has been declared a total fire ban day ahead of tomorrow’s catastrophic weather conditions that is predicted to reach over 40 degrees and strong winds across the EP.
The Port Lincoln City Council, in conjunction with the tourism industry and other organisations have teamed up to promote 20 tourism traineeships to businesses in Port Lincoln and the Eyre Peninsula.
Conservation on private land will soon see a $3 million boost from the Marshall Liberal government in South Australia for holders of native vegetation Heritage Agreements.
Crop farmers dealing with the worst drought in history could be taking on 100% of their production risk if they suffer through another summer of extreme weather.