Community News

Rounding up for Variety

Children’s Charity Variety is set to benefit from the Small Change Appeal launched last week at Woolworths in Port Lincoln, helping to provide vital...

Expo helps prepare for disasters

A Community Resilience Roadshow came to Port Lincoln last week to educate residents on being disaster ready. Country Fire Service (CFS) community engagement officer...

Mural melds artistic ideas

Port Lincoln High School’s new mural came to life during the school holidays, with the help of three Adelaide artists. The design was sketched...

Hecla celebrates 120

The Hecla is a wooden Ketch located at Axel Stenross Maritime museum and it is turning 120-years-old this month. Built in 1903 at Birkenhead,...

New life for historic machine

A vintage piece of potato farming equipment is being given new life, decades on from when it was first put to use on Eyre...

Fifty years for Sir Gerald

This year is the 50-year anniversary of Cummins-bred horse Sir Gerald winning the South Australian Group one Derby on October 6. Port Lincoln resident Peter...

Triathlon club launched

The Port Lincoln Yacht Club hosted a Launch Party for the Bluefins Eyre Triathlon Club last weekend, after a few years' hiatus. The Eyre...

Call for volunteers

Sporting clubs and community groups across Port Lincoln and surrounds are calling for volunteers as more teams amalgamate and long-standing events fold. This year,...

Zonta welcomes new member

The Zonta Club of Port Lincoln’s newest member Kathleen Lockwood was inducted by president Kaaren Colwell at the group's September meeting. She said she was...

Insurance workshop, but fun!

Resilient Ready is delivering a one-stop workshop on how to keep your business resilient and ready with the correct insurance. Chief executive officer and...

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...