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Christmas festivities on Lower Eyre

COMMUNITIES across Lower Eyre Peninsula are getting into the Christmas season with events planned for the coming weeks.These include a number of major events such...

400 tonnes of prawns for Christmas

PRAWN fishers started fishing for the busy Christmas period last month and were expected to leave for their second trip today.Local prawn fisherman and skipper of...

$5500 to help families

MONEY raised from this year’s Fresh Fish Place Long Lunch has been given to the Leukaemia Foundation.Port Lincoln Leukaemia Foundation's community relationships coordinator, Mikaela Sellen...

Foreshore carols

PORT Lincoln showed its Christmas spirit on Friday evening at the annual Carols on the Foreshore event. A big crowd gathered for an evening of...

All ages have say on Port Lincoln’s future

THE Port Lincoln City Council has been engaging with some of Port Lincoln’s youngest residents as it engages the community in its draft Strategic...

Fine for false soldier claim

A PORT Lincoln man charged with falsely representing himself as a returned soldier was fined more than $1200 at a hearing in the Adelaide Magistrates Court...

Foundations laid

THE Eyre Peninsula Community Foundation is aiming to extend its reach across the Eyre Peninsula in 2016 following its success in Port Lincoln.This year...

Book to celebrate exchange anniversary

A BOOK is being put together to mark the 25th anniversary of the friendship agreement between the City of Port Lincoln and the City of...

Share home for youth

A NEW share house in Port Lincoln will help young people aged 18 to 25 show they are capable of the skills and commitment required for...

Army career leads all over the world

I was born at Newcastle (NSW) to Viv and Gladys Stewart in October 1943;  the eldest of three and the only boy. At the end of ...

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...