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Film helps girls, but needs funds

Port Lincoln resident Ellie Cheesman is currently stuck in Narvik, a small Norwegian town in the Arctic Circle, but that will not stop her...

Redeveloped Nelson Square officially opened

The completion of enhancements at Nelson Square was celebrated with a family fun fair last Sunday. Mayor Diana Mislov officiated the celebrations and residents enjoyed...

Cultural workshop upcoming

Regional Development Australia Eyre Peninsula (RDAEP), with support from Local Jobs North West Country SA and Northern Water, will host a cultural understanding workshop...

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Breakers hold on for victory

Breakers narrowly held off a fast-finishing Lincoln South in men’s A grade Port Lincoln basketball, while both Tasman and Rangers secured solid wins in...

Soft Serve shows dominance

There were some tight matches and one forfeit last week in A grade Port Lincoln Volleyball competition, with Soft Serve not dropping a set...

Port Lincoln girls successful

The finals of the under 17 girls’ Twenty20 cricket competition were held on Sunday in Port Lincoln at Ravendale. Port Lincoln successfully chased Great Flinders’...

Indians sneak into finals

Indians claimed a place in the A grade Lower Eyre baseball finals in thrilling fashion, while Saints proved too good in the B grade...

Peckers lead trio of dominant wins

Marble Range hosted Port Lincoln women’s football round nine matches last weekend, with all three matches ending in thrashings. Mallee Park continued its domination with...

Massive weekend of tennis coming up

Port Lincoln Tennis Association has a massive weekend of tennis coming up with the Sportspower Superstore junior tournament. This is part of the Foundation Cup...

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Back in time to 35 years ago

This week, we are flashing back 35 years to Febraury 1989 in the Port Lincoln Times archives. Do you recognise anyone you know?

Surf film fundraiser a success

Lower Eyre Coastcare and the newly reformed Fishery Bay Surfriders held a community surf film fundraiser on Thursday, February 22, with a big announcement...

Nineteen hands up for Voice

Elections are now set to fill the positions for each of South Australia's six Local First Nation Voices, including for Region Five (West and...

Sustainable e-bike charger Lincoln-made

Port Lincoln man Chris Rutter has designed a world-first solar e-bike charger, a renewable and safe way to charge e-bikes. It all started seven years...

Bettison talks tourism growth

Tourism Minister Zoe Bettison made a trip to Eyre Peninsula this month, stopping in Port Lincoln for an agritourism roundtable meeting. A plane delay meant...

Councils discusses ‘sensitive topic’

A gallery was present at the Port Lincoln City Council meeting last week to watch as the Elliston District Council’s motion to condemn burley...