Data demand on the NBN's main wholesale access service continues to peak above pre-COVID-19 levels as more locals continue to rely on the network for their work, entertainment and education needs.
It’s been announced this week that the Eastern Eyre Peninsula football leagues and netball association will not be going ahead with the 2020 season.
The Eyre Peninsula Community Foundation have announced they are strengthening their board and welcoming two new appointed members Rob Donaldson and Greg Barry.
Regional Development Australia Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula have announced the changing of the organisations name, with the dropping of Whyalla in its title.
The Tumby Bay Cycling group has been expanding its activities over the past few months in effort to get outdoors and stay active.
Last night a Port Lincoln home was gutted, after it went up in flames.
The Port Lincoln State Emergency Services will be hosting an information night on Monday 29th of July in search of new volunteers.
Local recreational fishers could soon be facing a fee to fish in SA following a call for feedback through an online survey from the Minister’s Recreational Fishing Advisory Council.
South Australian police are reminding locals to be cautious when it comes to searching for pet’s online following a rise in people falling victim to puppy scams.
The City of Port Lincoln will release its Draft Annual Business Plan for 2020/2021 for public consultation as of tomorrow through until Wednesday 22 July.