Some students across the Eyre Peninsula may or may not be bringing home end-of-term report cards with written teacher comments about their progress and ability, attitude or areas for improvement, following the Australian Education Unions “work-to-rule” actions.
Next week Sunday 29th September the Coffin Bay Day on the Bay is due to take place with locals and visitors invited to join the town in a day of delicious food and wine.
Parents of young children and teenagers are invited to attend an upcoming series of free parenting workshops in Port Lincoln.
Next month the District Council of Streaky Bay will be embracing recycling and reusing practices by hosting a community Trash and Treasure Trail.
Tumby Bay Area School and Streaky Bay Area are set to receive fourteen thousand dollars each under round 1 of the Marshall governments Music Innovation Fund.
Port Lincoln has been labelled as Australia’s best foodie secrets being recognised as a gourmet paradise by a Stuff traveller journalist.
The first-ever Governor’s Civic Awards for Schools program is now open to all Year 5 students across the Eyre Peninsula.
Over the weekend a man was caught drink Driving in Port Lincoln four times over the legal limit.
Australian agricultural exports have increased in value for the ninth consecutive year to a record high of $50.7 billion.
This Wednesday the Port Lincoln Prison will be the next South Australian prison to go smoke-free, with all prisons across the state due to become smoke-free environments by the end of 2019.