• Tumby Bay to get $2.5 million for stormwater plan - Port Lincoln Times

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    Tumby Bay to get $2.5 million for stormwater plan
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    Tumby Bay District Council will be able to move ahead with its stormwater plan after receiving nearly $2.5 million in funding. The council was announced as a successful recipient of funds from the Building Better Regions Fund – Infrastructure Projects ...
  • GALLERY | Flashback Friday 1992 - Port Lincoln Times

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    GALLERY | Flashback Friday 1992
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    See the faces that made the pages of the Port Lincoln Times from January to March in 1992. It was a real mixed bag but there are plenty familiar faces in this flashback snapshot of the early 90s. The top song was I Will Always Love You by Whitney ...
  • Gunness to speak at arts council AGM - Port Lincoln Times

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    Gunness to speak at arts council AGM
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    Port Lincoln Arts Council is holding its Annual General Meeting on Monday August 6 with Lee Gunness as special guest speaker. Locally Ms Gunness is known as part of the duo Two Little Birds with Nick Krieg but on the national and world stage, she is a ...
  • Grants for mental health - Port Lincoln Times

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    Grants for mental health
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    Tackling the issue of suicide on the Lower Eyre Peninsula, Empowering Lower Eyre has received $5000 for 10 people to have mental health first aid training in the coming months. SA Health gave the group the funding as part of its “community grants to ...
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  • It's not compulsory but it is important - Port Lincoln Times

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    It's not compulsory but it is important
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    Are you pleased that our football will not be disrupted by the 'Super Saturday' by-elections? In November we will have council elections. It is July, so why are am I hassling you about November? Voting in local government (council) elections is not ...
  • News - Port Lincoln Times

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    Cellarbrations Coffin Bay held a wine tasting event Wednesday evening to raise awareness and funds for the Car Mit team that will take on the SA Variety Bash next month. Local men Kym Dorward, Jeremy Hartwich, Leon Earl and Tim Hartley will be taking ...
  • NewsLocal News - Port Lincoln Times

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    NewsLocal News
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    Accommodating trades including hairdressing and hospitality, as well as traditional trades, has been identified as one way Eyre Peninsula can bolster apprenticeship and traineeship numbers in the future. The federal and state governments are coming ...
  • NAIDOC Week Family Cookout 2018 | GALLERY - Port Lincoln Times

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    NAIDOC Week Family Cookout 2018 | GALLERY
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    People from across the Port Lincoln community gathered at Mallee Park for the annual NAIDOC Week Family Fun Day and Cookout on Thursday. Service providers including Port Lincoln Aboriginal Health Service, Centacare and West Coast Youth and ...and more »
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  • Ware guided by personal inspirations - Port Lincoln Times

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    Ware guided by personal inspirations
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    My name is Rachel Ware and I am a proud Wirangu/Mirning woman. I was born in Port Lincoln, my parents are Thomas Peel and Roxanne Ware. They were both born in Ceduna, so I pretty much had the typical West Coast upbringing surrounded by my large ...
  • Port Lincoln Aboriginal women embrace NAIDOC theme - Port Lincoln Times

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    Port Lincoln Aboriginal women embrace NAIDOC theme
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    Port Lincoln Aboriginal women of all ages have reflected on this year's NAIDOC Week them of 'Because of Her, We Can!' NAIDOC Week is on again and began with the NAIDOC March and opening ceremony on Monday. This year's theme looks at the roles ...and more »
  • Twice champions at awards - Port Lincoln Times

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    Twice champions at awards
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    Opening their business 18 months ago, the Butterworths could not have seen that two of their beers would win some of the most prestigious awards for excellence in brewing. Beer Garden Brewing beers, Cage Diver and Section 49, took out the top prize at ...and more »
  • Airport facilities require work - Port Lincoln Times

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    Airport facilities require work
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    A pilot operating out of the Port Lincoln Airport has raised concerns about the maintenance of the general aviation facilities which have caused his plane damage. Lincoln Air Charter co-owner and pilot Kevin Warren wrote a letter to the Lower Eyre ...
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  • Grant supports Tunarama - Port Lincoln Times

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    Grant supports Tunarama
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    A $5000 grant given to the Tunarama Festival to help with expenses for the festival's operations will mean the event can continue to prosper after a successful 2018 event. The grant, part of the Regional Events and Festivals Program (REFP) and ...
  • One man band to play in Port Lincoln - Port Lincoln Times

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    One man band to play in Port Lincoln
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    Adelaide-based multi-instrumentalist Adam Page will be bringing his one-man show to Port Lincoln later this month. Mr Page will play his musically manic, fun and interactive show at the Port Lincoln Hotel on Saturday, July 28. He has been a hit at ...
  • Plan for better EP camps - Port Lincoln Times

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    Plan for better EP camps
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    Master planning to improve the infrastructure and quality of campsites on the Eyre Peninsula is being undertaken to increase the number of visitors and the quality of their time in nature. Members from Regional Development Australia Whyalla and Eyre ...
  • Port Lincoln's Hammond shines in hockey and swimming - Port Lincoln Times

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    Port Lincoln's Hammond shines in hockey and swimming
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    Young Port Lincoln sportsman Bryce Hammond has been gaining attention in making it into three representative teams, one for swimming and two for hockey. Things get going for Bryce at the SA Short Course Swimming Championships at the Adelaide ...
  • EP history protected for 40 years - Port Lincoln Times

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    EP history protected for 40 years
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    A law protecting the heritage of the Port Lincoln Railway Station turned 40 this month, ensuring natural and cultural heritage around South Australia remains authentic and accessible to future generations. Port Lincoln Railway Museum president Peter ...
  • Saltbush Orienteers take on Port Lincoln - Whyalla News

    Saltbush Orienteers take on Port Lincoln
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    Twelve members of Saltbush Orienteers from Whyalla competed in the yearly inter-club competition with Lincoln Orienteers on Sunday, July 1, at Louth Bay, 22km north of Port Lincoln. The map that participants used encompassed the small township, coastal ...
  • Squid still popular target - Port Lincoln Times

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    Squid still popular target
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    We had some great fishing weather this week, hopefully you all managed to catch a feed somewhere. Now for what was biting and where. WEST COAST. Salmon are being caught at most beaches, the best fish are getting caught at Locks Well or Talia ...
  • Show fundraiser - Port Lincoln Times

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    Show fundraiser
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    Local musicians who supplied the entertainment Paul Richards, Drew Cornell, Barry Dennis and John Lecner. Bron Saint, Jo Barfoot and Helen Miller enjoyed the country and western theme. Cath Blake and Semi Skoljarev got into the theme. Brian Clarke ...
  • Port Lincoln to host councillor election session - Port Lincoln Times

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    Port Lincoln to host councillor election session
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    Anyone thinking of running for council on Lower Eyre Peninsula is invited to attend a free workshop in Port Lincoln next month. The Local Government Association of South Australia is running a series of 'Make a Difference – Nominate for Council ...
  • Norwood EP team led by experience - Port Lincoln Times

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    Norwood EP team led by experience
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    A GROUP of talented young footballers will make the trip to Adelaide next week for the 2018 SANFL State Youth Championships. Norwood EP is set to field a strong side under the guidance of experienced coaches Roger Puckridge and Glen 'Spog' Dunn.
  • Gymnasts test skills - Port Lincoln Times

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    Gymnasts test skills
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    LEVEL ONE: Ayama Henning, Skyla Modra, Amelia McNair, Lily Turvey, Charlotte Atkins, Lily Ornsby, Indigo Hood. Absent: Amelia Giddings. LEVEL THREE: Calli Thompson, Lilly Taylor, Kyah Staunton, Haylee Fuss, Chloe Marks, Lacie Schafer, Astrud Pejic.
  • Port Lincoln ready for amateur boxing event - Port Lincoln Times

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    Port Lincoln ready for amateur boxing event
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    Local amateur boxers are ready to showcase their skills at this weekend's first ever sanctioned amateur boxing event in Port Lincoln. The Amateur Fight Night will take place this Saturday at the YMCA Leisure Centre with at least 13 bouts planned ...
  • Port Lincoln Gymnastics Club broken into - Port Lincoln Times

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    Port Lincoln Gymnastics Club broken into
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    ENTRY: Annie Jantke next to the portion of the Port Lincoln Gymnastics Club building exterior where two people pulled open a metal panel to get inside. Port Lincoln Gymnastics Club believes it may have been hit by repeat offenders after the club was ...and more »
  • Love letter causes evacuation at Port Lincoln jail - The Advertiser

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    Love letter causes evacuation at Port Lincoln jail
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    A staff member at the prison opened a letter containing a suspicious white powder and raised the alarm about 10.45am. Staff were evacuated from the administration building as MFS and police investigated the substance. However, it is believed the ...
  • Grave fears for missing man | VIDEO - Port Lincoln Times

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    Grave fears for missing man | VIDEO
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    MISSING: Police have grave fears for the wellbeing of 19-year-old Adelaide man Scott Redman who recently went missing after a pursuit near Kimba. The black SUV that police located at Secret Rocks, 40 kilometres east of Kimba. Damage to the black SUV ...and more »
  • Lower Eyre provides picture of coastal rubbish | VIDEO - Port Lincoln Times

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    Lower Eyre provides picture of coastal rubbish | VIDEO
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    CLEAN UP: Pictured next to the sculpture during the Clear Tides Beach Clean are (back): Keenan Barnes, Bianca Woolford, Russ Thornton, Cristel Chambers; front: Chelsea Barnes, Krystle Drewitt, Linda Davies, Reece Chamberlain, Renee Biele, David Horne ...
  • Port Lincoln Times Flashback Friday 1991 | GALLERY - Port Lincoln Times

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    Port Lincoln Times Flashback Friday 1991 | GALLERY
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    We are going back 27 years for our latest Port Lincoln Times Flashback Friday. See who you can recognise from the pages of the Port Lincoln Times between April and June, 1991. It was the year Paul Keating challenged Bob Hawke for leadership of the ...
  • Suicide prevention training aims to save lives - Port Lincoln Times

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    Suicide prevention training aims to save lives
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    Three simple steps could help save a life from suicide. About 1000 people in the state's regional areas will learn these steps through a free online suicide prevention training course being offered in Port Lincoln, Whyalla, Port Augusta, Port Pirie ...
  • Headspace hopes for Port Lincoln - Port Lincoln Times

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    Headspace hopes for Port Lincoln
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    SUPPORT: Headspace youth and community engagement officer Courtnery Beer with the Whyalla unit's Youth Reference Group at the new centre in Whyalla. Port Lincoln could be next in line for a Headspace centre in the electorate of Grey following the ...
  • A new way to market Eyre Peninsula - Port Lincoln Times

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    A new way to market Eyre Peninsula
    Port Lincoln Times
    The Kangaroo Island stall at the Adelaide Central Market. The market wants to expand its regional offering to include stall from other regions like Eyre Peninsula. Picture: Adelaide Central Market. The Producer in Residence stall at the Adelaide ...
  • Councils to team up for tourism lift - Port Lincoln Times

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    Councils to team up for tourism lift
    Port Lincoln Times
    A new tourism development officer could be employed as part of a regional tourism effort to market the southern Eyre Peninsula as a whole. The Lower Eyre Peninsula District Council voted last month to support the Port Lincoln City Council's draft Port ...
  • Uley fire will not stop environment department burn program - Port Lincoln Times

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    Uley fire will not stop environment department burn program
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    DISTANCE: Coomunga resident Chantelle Sugden took this image of the smoke from the Uley-Wanilla Basin fire from her backyard. Tweet. Facebook. of. The Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources will continue with its autumn burning program ...
  • Port Lincoln in top three for regional property sales - Port Lincoln Times

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    Port Lincoln in top three for regional property sales
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    Port Lincoln was among the top selling suburbs for real estate sales in regional South Australia in the first three months of the year with 43 properties sold. Regional house sales were down in the first three months of the year but Port Lincoln was ...
  • Community spirit keeps towns alive - Port Lincoln Times

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    Community spirit keeps towns alive
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    CHAMPION: Hannah Lienert-Forrest is also involved with the leadership program Champions Academy in 2018. CLOSED: Hannah Lienert-Forrest at her last day on the job at Bank SA, which closed on February 29, 2016. Tweet. Facebook. of. I have spent all my ...
  • West Coast Domain: Port Lincoln seaside gem - West Coast Sentinel

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    West Coast Domain: Port Lincoln seaside gem
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    Set on 911-square metres, this delightful home is possibly one of Port Lincoln's best-kept secrets. It is nestled in the northern cul-de-sac, so close to the water you can almost touch it. Walk across the road and dip your toes into Boston Bay at the ...
  • 650 homes without power after Winter Hill crash - Port Lincoln Times

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    650 homes without power after Winter Hill crash
    Port Lincoln Times
    SA Power Networks is working to restore power for more than 650 customers following a crash on Winter Hill Drive Thursday morning. Police, MFS and SA Ambulance were called to Winter Hill at about 8.50am after a vehicle crashed into a stobie pole. The ...
  • Bushfire near Port Lincoln on Eyre Peninsula as Environment ... - The Advertiser

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    Bushfire near Port Lincoln on Eyre Peninsula as Environment ...
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    AN Environment Department burn-off gone wrong has led to over 1000 hectares being burnt on the Eyre Peninsula, and the Country Fire Service issuing a watch and act alert. On Tuesday evening the CFS issued the alert after the burn-off got out of control ...
    UPDATE: Nearly 1000 hectares burnt in Uley-Wanilla BasinPort Lincoln Times
    Bushfire near Port Lincoln on Eyre Peninsula as Environment Department bu
  • Severe weather warning for SA as burn-off near Port Lincoln gets out of control - The Advertiser

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    Severe weather warning for SA as burn-off near Port Lincoln gets out of control
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    The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a severe weather warning and is predicting as much as 40mm could fall across the metropolitan area in the next couple of days — about as much as the 37mm which has fallen so far this year. It comes as a burn-off ...
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  • Community-driven solutions are needed - Port Lincoln Times

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    Community-driven solutions are needed
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    YOUNG people behaving badly can be a hot topic anywhere but over the last couple of months concerns have been raised not just about local young people's behaviour but also about their wellbeing. In today's front page story West Coast Youth and ...
  • Port Lincoln football - Port Lincoln Times

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    Port Lincoln football
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    FOLLOWING the first round of matches, who can keep their momentum going and who could pick up their first win of the season. Tasman v Mallee Park, Ravendale. Fresh off a huge 117-point win against Boston, Tasman play at home for the first time this ...
  • Boston speed limits could drop - Port Lincoln Times

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    Boston speed limits could drop
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    The speed limit on roads feeding into Richardson Road and Howard Avenue/Hidden Valley Lane at Boston will be set at 60 kilometres an hour and the community will have a say on whether the limit will also be applied to the two main roads themselves. The ...and more »
  • Port Lincoln Football League plea to stop can theft - Port Lincoln Times

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    Port Lincoln Football League plea to stop can theft
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    The Port Lincoln Football League is asking people to stop taking bottles and cans from Centenary Oval. League chairperson Faye Davis said she had become aware that people had been coming in after dark after football matches had finished and had taken ...
  • Adelaide Cabaret Festival spot for Port Lincoln's Tascha Jordison - Port Lincoln Times

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    Adelaide Cabaret Festival spot for Port Lincoln's Tascha Jordison
    Port Lincoln Times
    Talented young Port Lincoln singer Tascha Jordison is getting ready to take to the stage at this year's Adelaide Cabaret Festival next month as part of a showcase of young talent. Tascha was selected last year for the festival's Class of Cabaret ...
  • Betty Wake celebrates 90 musical years | PHOTOS - Port Lincoln Times

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    Betty Wake celebrates 90 musical years | PHOTOS
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    Betty Wake, the matriach of the Wake clan recently celebrated her 90th birthday at the Kirton Bowling Club along with more than 100 friends and relatives, some who travelled from Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and many places around South ...
  • Bight survey plans rejected - Port Lincoln Times

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    Bight survey plans rejected
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    TESTING: The PGS application for a seismic survey in the Great Australian Bight has been rejected. Picture: NOPSEMA. An application by oil exploration company PGS to conduct a seismic survey south-west of Port Lincoln in the Great Australian Bight has ...and more »
  • Port Lincoln Gymnastics Club celebrates 60 years - Port Lincoln Times

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    Port Lincoln Gymnastics Club celebrates 60 years
    Port Lincoln Times
    This year is set to be a big one for Port Lincoln Gymnastics Club as it celebrates 60 years in the community. The club will mark its 60 years in the community when it hosts Invitational Championships on the June long weekend. The club started as the ...
  • Variety concert for royal flying doctor - Port Lincoln Times

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    Variety concert for royal flying doctor
    Port Lincoln Times
    The Tumby Show Boat and The District Council of Tumby Bay are hosting a Variety Concert to raise funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service and The Soldiers Memorial Hall at Tumby Bay. The concert will be held in The Soldiers Memorial Hall on May 19. A ...and more »
  • Port Lincoln to try underwater rugby - Port Lincoln Times

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    Port Lincoln to try underwater rugby
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    A local woman is inviting people to come and try underwater rugby this weekend as she works towards getting the sport established in Port Lincoln. Underwater rugby has been played in Australia since 2007 and in South Australia since 2014 when the first ...