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Sandra’s long volunteering journey

Port Lincoln’s Sandra Dudley started volunteering for Red Cross just under a decade ago, but her volunteering experience spans nearly 50 years and she...

Eyre Peninsula fully charged

The electric vehicle charging network is complete on Eyre Peninsula following the installation of sites at Coffin Bay, North Shields and Port Lincoln. The Eyre...

Former Port Lincoln resident publishes debut novel

Former Port Lincoln resident Tanysha Bolger has published her debut historical fiction novel, ‘A Necessary Life - The Story of Mary Wollstonecraft’. Tanysha spent 18...

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Raiders, South Coast start with strong wins

The Port Lincoln Soccer Association season started under foggy conditions on Sunday, May 12. The fog did not deter players nor spectators, with...

Wadey wins a thriller

There were some tight rounds played at the Port Lincoln Golf Course, with several competitions decided by countback. Saturday’s stableford competition, proudly sponsored by...

Two cool wins for Coastal Chill

Space Jam recorded its first win in round two of Port Lincoln volleyball as did Just Send It, while Coastal Chill made it two...

One-sided wins in round two

After a very even round one, we saw some more one-sided matches in round two of Port Lincoln table tennis. Lions 14 (50) def...

Panthers, Marauders tie in A grade

Round five of the Port Lincoln Hockey Association season took place over the weekend and it saw both women's A grade matches played on...

Paddling in the canals

Raelene Fuller guided a group of 12 Port Lincoln Dragon Boat paddlers through a variety of skills aboard Chilli Blue on the morning of...

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Port Lincoln lad kicks truly

Former Port Lincoln resident Jakob Arbon was able to achieve the unthinkable and kick a football through a basketball hoop at Adelaide Oval to...

Foreshore project officially completed

The Port Lincoln Foreshore Project is officially complete and an official opening was held last week in commemoration. The opening, held on Friday, saw councillors,...

Flashing back to May 2007

This week, we are flashing back to May 2007 in the Port Lincoln Times archives. Do you recognise anyone you know?

Whiting around most places

There have been plenty of people getting out among the fishing action, with Eyre Peninsula having some of the best weather we have seen...

Stunning aurora captured

Stargazers across lower Eyre Peninsula enjoyed a stunning show last weekend as the aurora australis brightened night skies. Cold temperatures did not deter those eager...

What’s on Port Lincoln and Surrounds

Family Fun Day Port Lincoln Leisure Centre Friday, May 17, 3.30pm to 6pm, Celebrate National Families Week featuring a jumping castle, sumo suits, Xtreme obstacle course,...