Making Eyre Peninsula one of a series of renewable energy zones across Australia could have many benefits for the region.
The approval of the Port Lincoln City Council’s Residential Development Plan Amendment last week is the culmination of many years of work.
Next week is Mental Health Week and again Lower Eyre Peninsula is a hub of events and activities to boost mental wellbeing and raise awareness about mental health and the services that are available.
Emerging graphite mine developer and producer Lincoln Minerals is well on the way to getting a graphite mine up and running at Kookaburra Gully.
Almost 100 people had their say on Facebook in response to news that the city’s population had dropped from 14,086 in 2011 to 14,064 in 2016.
Port Lincoln mayor Bruce Green is right to be concerned at data showing the Port Lincoln City Council’s population is dropping.
Spending on poker machines in Port Lincoln is dropping but $774 per adult is still money that many families cannot afford to lose.
Today is the day to reach out to someone who may be struggling with life and ask R U OK?
The area of natural resource management is a popular topic for criticism around Eyre Peninsula and probably many other regional areas.
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