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Nasty Note Left Under Door of PL Aboriginal Community Support Council

A racist threatening note has been left under the door of the Port Lincoln Aboriginal Community Support Council office yesterday. The poorly written and grammatically incorrect note used offensive language and in somewhat indicated a threat to the Aboriginal community. The author also implied that the organisation implements 'control' over their community,...

Nasty Note Left Under Door of PL Aboriginal Community Council

A racist threatening note has been left under the door of the Port Lincoln Aboriginal Community Support Council office yesterday. The poorly written and grammatically incorrect note used offensive language and in somewhat indicated a threat to the Aboriginal community. The author also implied that the organisation implements 'control' over their community,...

Petrol Prices to Drop Over Long Weekend

Local residents can look forward to the long weekend with petrol prices expected to see a drop. Port Lincoln fuel is sitting at an average of $149.7 according to the RAA, with Adelaide motorists paying the highest for petrol than any other city nationwide. Findings from the latest quarterly petrol analysis from...

Sunday Saw Smiles For Danielle and Thousands Raised

On Sunday the Line and Label was full of Smiles for Danielle with the fundraiser a complete success, seeing more than $10,000 raised for the Richardson family on the day. Danielle Richardson was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumour earlier this year which statistically has a low survival rate. Sunday's Smile for...

2019 Young Achiever Awards Nominations Open

Nominations are open for the 7 News Young Achiever Awards with this year to see 2 new categories, including the Carclew Creative Achievement Award and Worldwide Small Business Achiever Award. The young achiever awards are known as a good platform for young people to gain recognition and acknowledgment for their efforts. There...

EP Residents to Ensure Pool And Spa Safety Ahead of Summer

Ahead of the warmer weather, pool and spa owners on the Eyre Peninsula are being urged to 'set their defence' to reduce the risk of children drowning. Figures show 19 Aussie kids under the age of five died from drowning in the past twelve months (2018-2019) with the vast majority (63%)...

Korean Company Sign To Launch Rocket on EP

The first test launch of a rocket is due to be scheduled for 2020 following a Korean company signing to use a rocket launch facility here on the Eyre Peninsula. SA Space Company, Southern launch, is building the facility out at whaler’s way near Port Lincoln. Korean company Perigee Aerospace will use...

Police Investigate Series of Deliberately Lit Fires in Ceduna

Police are investigating a series of small fires at Ceduna early yesterday morning that are believed to have been deliberately lit. Police are investigating a series of small fires at Ceduna early yesterday morning. On Monday morning between 3-6 am, police attended at four fires on Marchant Street where there were two...

SA Snapper Ban To Begin As of November

A statewide snapper fishing ban will commence on 1 November 2019 as part of the State Government’s plan to rebuild South Australia’s devastated snapper stocks. After extensive public consultation, the State Government is implementing a total ban on snapper fishing for the Spencer Gulf, West Coast and Gulf St Vincent until...

Drought Support For Farming Families and Communities

Drought affected communities in Grey will have greater access to assistance with a package worth nearly $100 million. The Drought Community Support Initiative will be provided with $33.4 million to provide immediate financial assistance to eligible households in hardship. Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey says the funding is in respond to...