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Population set to double

Tumby Bay’s population is set to double if the Northern Water desalination plant at Cape Hardy goes ahead. Planning is already underway to prepare for...

Shark motion decision shelved

Elliston District Council did not succeed in getting other Eyre Peninsula councils to back a motion calling for measures to protect swimmers and surfers...

Couple celebrates 70 years

Family and friends gathered at the Cummins Hotel on January 28 to celebrate Roy and Pat Starke’s 70-year wedding anniversary. The platinum anniversary couple arrived...

Medical students making memories

Rural placement can provide university students with a number of insights, as medical students have recently discovered at the Lower Eyre Family Practice and...

New journalist keen for EP journey

The Eyre Peninsula Advocate’s new journalist is keen to further his journalism journey in the region. Originally from Loxton in the Riverland, Liam Wormald...

Abalone virus sparks warning

Diseased abalone have been found in Port Macdonnell in the the south-east of South Australia, leading to a warning for fishers in other parts...

EP water to be reviewed

One of the greatest challenges facing Eyre Peninsula is water - or rather the lack of a sustainable water supply. Community concerns about SA Water’s...

Tumby to host trauma training course

An Emergency Trauma Training course is coming to Tumby Bay early next month. Nutrien Ag Solutions Tumby Bay, in partnership with CareFlight, is bringing the...

Employment opportunities to be discussed at forum

Eyre Peninsula businesses, industry representatives and job seekers are invited to a forum in Port Lincoln next month to learn about employment opportunities available...

Rare chicks on their own

A pair of rare young Arno Bay ospreys have left the nest and are now learning how to fish under the watchful eyes of...

Walking stick carries family history

When the Nosworthy forebears jumped on a boat and relocated from Devon, England to Inman Valley, South Australia, they brought with them a walking...