A major initiative of the Far West Aboriginal Tourism strategy has received the green light this week with the announcement for a new Aboriginal Art and Cultural Centre in Ceduna.
The South Australian Community Achievement awards nominations are now open as of today with locals encouraged to nominate those in the community deserving recognition for their hard work.
A new report reveals how the Federal Government has gone to extraordinary lengths to keep Australians in the dark on climate change.
Farm safety continues to be a concern for all agricultural, fisheries and forestry industries across Australia.
This week Kmart is celebrating 50 years since first opening their doors and has now become one of Australia’s largest and favorite retailers.
Police are investigating an incident that occurred on Friday night after a man was robbed from the back of a taxi in Port Lincoln.
Weather conditions have permitted a prescribed burn off at the entrance of Lincoln Nation Park that will continue on today with the burn off expected to be complete by midnight tonight.
Norwegian oil giant Equinor is under fire for dismissing all but 13 submissions under their environmental plan section that aimed to gain constructive public comments.
In light of Heart Week (28 April - 4 May) Eyre Peninsula residents over the age of 45 are being encouraged to see their GP for a Heart Health Check.
The Port Lincoln City council are encouraging locals to be smart about the way they dispose of different types of waste including everyday batteries.