The Port Lincoln 'Saint Mary of the Angels' Catholic church is celebrating their 150 years this year with church celebrations to begin tonight.
The Port Lincoln City Council are looking for local not-for-profit organisations who might be interested in helping cater the town’s traditional Australia Day Community Breakfast, with Dragon’s Abreast’s time coming to an end.
New research reveals one in five children are being cyberbullied with indications that students living in regional areas are more susceptible to being bullied online.
Locals with hotted up cars are invited to join a cancer cruise fundraiser that will take place on October 5th, raising money for Danielle Richardson and her family.
Police are investigating the theft of a four-wheel drive from Whyalla Monday Night.
A new survey suggests parents across the Eyre Peninsula are doing a good job looking after their kids' health but may be neglecting themselves.
The EPLGA has written to the state government asking to remove stop signs at rail crossings across the Eyre Peninsula, with belief of strong traffic control is no longer necessary following the rail closure.
On Sunday approximately 50 locals took to the beachside to clean up rubbish from the North Shields Jetty to the Port Lincoln jetty as a part of a local Ocean Warrior Campaign.
Operation Safe Speed is in full swing after police yesterday detected three drivers speeding in Tumby Bay with 2 copping an $870.
Mentally Fit EP and the Kimba Mental Health and Wellbeing group have been nominated as semi-finalists in the South Australian community achievement awards.