Vision impaired club marks 40 years

MEMBERS of the Mount Gambier and District Club for the Visually Impaired celebrated the group’s 40th birthday on Wednesday. Founded in August 1978, the club has […]

Grand community arts plan for city

VIDEO projections in empty shopfronts and a laser-light installation at the Crater Lakes precinct are among a number of vibrant ideas recommended as part of a […]

Vietnam veterans honoured

A COMMEMORATIVE service will be held in Mount Gambier this Saturday afternoon to honour national Vietnam Veterans Day[…]

City Council bids for festival funds

MOUNT Gambier City Council will seek $20,000 in State Government funding for next year’s Fringe in Mount Gambier Festival. This year’s festival attracted around 12,500 people […]

Foreign investors tour region

A DELEGATION of 12 Asian investors toured the historic Oatmill Complex yesterday – a heritage site that could fetch a multi-million dollar price tag if a […]

Hood seeks council position

BUSINESSMAN and community leader Ben Hood will contest one of the eight elected member positions on Mount Gambier City Council when ratepayers head to the polls […]

Hall of Fame surprise for business leader

DURING almost three decades in business, Redgum Country owner Wendy Richardson has seen countless local clothing retailers come and go. While online shopping, fashion chain stores […]

Lee to contest second term

MAYOR Andrew Lee will seek re-election to represent the city as its civic leader for a second term. Despite controversy during his first term, Mr Lee […]