The Hairy Fairy’s role is to help drivers recognise moments when they may be tempted to speed and encourages the avoidance of situations that could ‘get hairy’.
IT was so windy on Saturday that even the tongs at our Port Lincoln Times Relay for Life fundraising barbecue were blowing away.
It’s up to us as community members to decide whether certain industries are what we want for our communities.
Many of us at one time or another have gone without power. It’s a fact of life that, from time to time, the system does go down. But there was nothing ‘usual’ about the power outage across South Australia last month.
IT is Mental Health Week in two weeks and, like RU OK? Day it's an important week to take note of and just check in with family and friends.
IT will be interesting to see what the outcome of the next Port Lincoln City Council meeting’s discussion is in relation to BP’s exploratory plans to drill in the Great Australian Bight.
As Port Lincoln prepares to welcome home Kyle Chalmers this weekend, another former local has taken to the medal podium in Rio.
Across the EP, there are lots of special spring events planned – an SA Country Women’s Association debutante ball at Lock, the Wudinna Show and centenary celebrations, and the usual winter sporting wind ups and club presentations.
ALL too frequently, rural people are treated as second class citizens, through no fault of our own.
HARD hitting journalism is all very well, but with so many negative things happening in the world, sometimes it is just nice to have a ‘positive’ news story.
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