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A passion for helping

THE Port Lincoln Times is profiling each Tunarama Ambassador Quest entrant in the lead up to the 2016 festival. Mr Bridgestone Port Lincoln Anthony Collins is fundraising...

Tackling crop challenges

Farming on Eyre Peninsula can at times be bittersweet. The rewards can be abundant but farming here is saddled with challenges.In my role on...

Family thanks Port Lincoln community in wake of wharf tragedy

THE Little and Goldsworthy families have thanked the Port Lincoln community for its support, following Monday's tragic murder-suicide at the city's main wharf.The families...

BREAKING: Police confirm gunshot wounds

SOUTH Australia Police have today revealed that Damien Little and his two children, Koda, 4 and Hunter, nine months, received gunshots wounds prior to...

Sky high for 80 years

PEOPLE have been able to make their way to the Eyre Peninsula by passenger flight for just over 80 years now and there's no...

Walk proud, Melissa

PORT Lincoln resident Geoff Rayson was moved by the tragedy in Port Lincoln this week and wanted to let the mother of Koda and Hunter...

Festive outdoor carols in Cummins

CHRISTMAS Carols returned as an outdoor community event at Cummins on December 20, when the Railway Triangle Park hosted the Combined Churches event.  Comperes were local...

Five-storey height a “broken promise”

I AGREE with Neville Starke, and possibly Port Lincoln Mayor Bruce Green, that the decision by the Development Assessment Panel to ignore the council’s building height plan is...

“Old” music lovers

HOW good was the music on the Port Lincoln foreshore on January 3?To all of the entertainers, you gave an absolutely fantastic afternoon of...

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...