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.
DID you get your votes in for Port Lincoln to feature on an Australian version of the Monopoly board?
It's as though we have become so used to hearing ‘the road toll has risen tonight…’ that we're now immune to the potential dangers and consequences of getting behind the wheel.
IT appears Port Lincoln is not particularly into showy celebrations for the festive season.
The US election and the fierce campaigning we have witnessed from the other side of the globe for the past two years, just goes to show how important it is to have our say.
“There are always winners at our awards, but we are all winners – because you have influenced someone enough to fill out a nomination form for you".
Watching the ‘race that stops a nation’ in our conference room at work on Tuesday, we all looked around at each other a bit stunned that someone from our own neck of the woods took out the Melbourne Cup.
AUSTRALIAN Bureau of Statistics data shows the price of electricity in South Australia has risen by almost 12 per cent during the past 12 months.
A Port Lincoln New Year’s Eve working party, which consists of Linda Davies and Jim Papazoglov, among others, are to be commended for trying to get something up and running for 2017.
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