THE Eyre Peninsula Home Hospice service is another example of Eyre Peninsula people seeing a gap in services and taking the initiative to fill that gap.
The suggestion to relocate firefighting aircraft from Port Lincoln to the more central Cummins is an interesting one.
The Tunarama Festival is over for another year and what a festival it has been.
With so many visitors in Port Lincoln for Tunarama at the moment, what an opportunity to showcase what is great about this region.
The potential conflict between mining and farming on Eyre Peninsula has again been highlighted.
It is good to see the council having another go at getting the stakeholders to come up with a solution for a public mooring facility at the marina.
Research about the feeding behaviour of great white sharks at the Neptune Islands should provide an interesting insight.
The announcement of the private operator to manage and operate the upgraded leisure centre is another big step in the process.
I have spent the past year travelling between Port Lincoln, Cleve and Ceduna and, as Eyre Peninsula Tribune journalist Trudi Herde-Rodda told me, “maybe they don't know you, but you know about their events and communities”.
THIS week Fairfax SA’s mastheads, including the Port Lincoln Times, kick off week two of our drive.arrive road safety campaign, which aims to drive the message home about being careful on our roads, especially in the lead up to Christmas and throughout the festive season.
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