The Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) has launched its annual May fundraising campaign to ensure the Flying Doctor continues to improve and save the lives across South Australia.
New figures reveal the median price of Australian farmland increased by 13.5% last year, which is now the sixth consecutive year of growth.
Port Lincoln Police are investigating recent reports of Southern Bluefin Tuna being stolen from local Tuna Pens east of Boston Island at Port Lincoln.
Constriction has begun on Whyalla’s new $100 million secondary school that is estimated to employ more than 1200 local people over its course.
A Whyalla child care centre will be one of eight council-run child care centers from across the state to receive government support through a relief package.
A new website has been launched by the state government to help support locals mental, physical, social and community wellbeing following an unprecedented start to 2020 through bushfires and the pandemic.
More residents on the Eyre Peninsula living with cardiovascular disease may now have access to an additional treatment option on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.
Locals can now enjoy the Lower Eyre Peninsula’s Mikkira Station as it reopens its gates for the winter season.
Thousands of South Australians are embracing the use of telehealth services during the COVID-19 pandemic, with sessions up by nearly 150%..
South Australian Police have begun Operation Fatal distraction targeting drivers using their mobile phones while driving in an ongoing bid to reduce crashes caused by distracted drivers.