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- 01/04/10--17:08: _Boy dies after clif...
- 04/07/12--16:11: _Ocean deaths mar Ea...
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- 10/06/16--17:22: _Historic jetties da...
- 07/16/06--22:38: _State Government di...
- 06/07/12--16:49: _Learning to untangl...
- 04/19/16--15:35: _State-of-the-art te...
- 08/03/16--21:33: _NRM officers Liz Mc...
- 11/12/17--14:00: _Failed abalone farm...
- 11/15/18--12:07: _Seafood industry co...
- 01/04/10--17:08: Boy dies after cliff fall
- 04/07/12--16:11: Ocean deaths mar Easter holidays
- 03/10/13--18:23: Two dead in Eyre Peninsula rollover
- 10/06/16--17:22: Historic jetties damaged in severe SA storm to be repaired
- 07/16/06--22:38: State Government digs in over garfish closure
- 06/07/12--16:49: Learning to untangle a whale
- 04/19/16--15:35: State-of-the-art technology targets feral cats
A teenager died after falling off a cliff at Venus Bay last night.
The body of a 17-year-old boy missing off South Australia's coast has been retrieved, bringing to four the number of deaths on the water in a horror long weekend for boaties.
Two people have been killed in a road crash on Eyre Peninsula in South Australia.
Historic jetties damaged in South Australia's severe weather last week will be repaired with the help of $3.5 million pledged by the State Government.
Venus Bay on the West Coast will not be re-opened for commercial netting of garfish despite a campaign by the four remaining fishermen to have it re-opened. The issue was explored in a "fish of the day" special broadcast on on ABC Eyre Peninsula and North and West.
The whale season has started and it's not just the tourist operators that are busy.
A South Australian ecologist is using sensors and poison in a state-of-the-art trap to catch one of the outback's most notorious predators.
A feral cat trap designed on the Eyre Peninsula is helping bring back native animals to the Venus Bay conservation park. The trap, which shoots the cat with a poisonous gel and is then licked off, was designed by ecologist Dr John Read from Secret Rocks, near Kimba. It’s still in the research and development phase, but is being trialled in a few national conservation parks, like the one at Venus Bay. Brooke Neindorf caught up with Liz McTaggert and Tayla Bowden from the Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management board about how the trap works in the park and how effective it has been.
South Australian taxpayers may be left to pay for the clean-up of a failed abalone aquaculture venture off the state's west coast after it went broke for a third time.
A Norwegian company that plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight has prompted fisheries to renew calls for a probe into a practice they say could damage their businesses.