Approximately 200 cyclists will tour the Eastern and Lower Eyre Peninsula from the September 21 – 29 for the Bicycle SA’s Annual Tour cycle event.
The Eyre Peninsula Natural Recourses Management Board is calling for funding applications from farming groups on the EP to trial approaches to address sub-soil constraints such as low pH levels at depth, and hardpans limiting root growth.
This week is National Stroke Week (2-8 September) and residents across the Eyre Peninsula are being urged to know the signs and act fast.
The Port Lincoln City Council are inviting the community to become actively engaged throughout September and October to establish the cities future vision and plans.
Port Lincoln nurses and mid-wives are taking action on violence and aggression in health care following the attack of a nurse at the Port Lincoln hospital recently.
The South Australian Tourism Commission’s (SATC) Winter Campaign has been declared a success by local operators, with those involved in the campaign reporting positive results.
This week is National Child Protection Week (1-7 September) with Eyre Peninsula residents urged to play their part in promoting the safety and wellbeing of children.
Streaky Bay will be presenting a new and exciting completion Dancing Stars Streaky bay fundraiser that is dedicated to raising money for the Kerrin McEvoY Sculpture project.
A discussion paper focused on growing South Australia’s $14.8 billion food, wine and agribusiness sector is looking for feedback from those on the Eyre Peninsula within the industries.
Around 14,000 Year 1 public school students across South Australia have completed the Phonics Screening Check this year, including those on the Eyre Peninsula.