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Monday, 15 July, 2024
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EP not alone with staff shortages

Issues concerning Eyre Peninsula residents are being exacerbated by the same problems being statewide issues. Flinders MP Sam Telfer responded to concerns raised about lack...

Regions benefit from budget

Nearly $700 million has been dedicated to the future of regional South Australia. The State Budget, announced on June 6, noted $686.4m has been pledged...

Improved regional electricity service

SA Power Networks (SAPN) is the first energy distributor in Australia to utilise Starlink’s low-orbit satellite communications to ensure internet connectivity in areas where...

‘Crucial’ Streaky Bay Aerodrome upgrade completed

Streaky Bay Aerodrome’s $360,000 upgrade to its ground lighting system has been completed, bringing the town’s aerodrome illumination up to required Civil Aviation Safety...

Oyster growing area reopened after closure

The Little Douglas oyster growing area north-west of Coffin Bay reopened last week following a week-long closure. The area was shut down as a precaution...

India suspends chickpea tariffs

Tariffs on Australian Desi Chickpeas to India have been suspended until 2025, in a move that will have significant implications for local producers. India's decision...

Claims mobile black spot funding cut disputed

Grants to improve mobile phone and internet coverage will end in 2026-27 under the Federal Budget released last week, according to Grey MP Rowan...

Festival line-up announced

Ceduna’s Yabaardu music festival promises to celebrate Eyre Peninsula’s Indigenous culture and community bigger and better than ever in 2024 - with the much-loved...

Viterra seeks grower feedback on draft segregations

Viterra is encouraging growers to provide feedback on its draft segregation plan for the 2024-25 harvest to help ensure segregations match their needs. Key changes...

Locals tour businesses

Lock Get Up and Goers began learning about what some of the district’s businesses do earlier this month. They visited Lock Agricultural Services and Lock...

Eastern clean up

The Eastern Zone dominated the SA Country Championships on the weekend winning both the Men's competition and Women's. The Eastern Zone consisted of the Hills,...