Community News

Zonta raises awareness for women

Zonta Club of Port Lincoln hosted a dinner last Saturday on day one of the United Nation Women’s 16 Days of Activism against gender-based...

November 1996 flashback

This week, we are flashing back to November 1996 in the Port Lincoln Times archives. Do you recognise anyone you know?

What’s on in Port Lincoln and surrounds

Christmas time Christmas Tree Festival Friday to Sunday, December 1 to 3, the Christmas Tree Festival will have various stalls and refreshments available at Our Saviour’s...

Who to blame for shop costs?

The Greens have an eye on an inquiry into grocery prices at supermarkets, with a point being raised in state parliament this week the...

Woman recovering after being struck by car

Coffin Bay resident Veronica Pedler was returning to her car from Jones Electrical in Port Lincoln, hoping to cross the road back into the...

Push to ban engineered stone

The state government will back the ban of engineered stone at an upcoming national meeting of the work health and safety ministers, as new...

Important time to raise awareness

International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women was marked on Saturday, November 25. Orange is the United Nations’ chosen colour to raise awareness...

Madison awarded young carer prize

Port Lincoln’s Madison Star Gotch won the Carers SA Young Carer Award at the 2023 South Australian Community Achievement Awards for the care she...

Siblings important for NDIS support

As National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Review recommendations are handed to the federal government in the coming weeks, Siblings Australia has released a timely...

Flashing back to November 1994

This week, we are flashing back to November 1994 in the Port Lincoln Times archives. Do you recognise anyone you know?

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...