Geltwood story shared

ON June 13, 1876, in a “storm to end all storms”, the Geltwood ship struck a rock off the coast of Beachport and sank to the […]

Family diaries open to public

THE diary of a local man has taken residents back to Millicent’s earlier times when there were “less rules so people had to use their common […]

Officer commended for life-saving act

A MILLICENT police officer has been commended by the South Australian Police for saving the life of a drowning woman. Senior Constable First Class Nick Patterson […]

Nitschke notches up milestone

LONG-TERM employees are always highly valued in any workplace and for one of the South East’s dedicated workers – who has committed 50 years to her […]

Shearing for rural suicide awareness

RURAL suicide claims far too many lives each year throughout the country and region but with the help of local residents the issue will be put in the spotlight once again.
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Runaway fitness success

NOT even a fractured elbow can stop Brad Tilley from tying up his laces and “pounding the pavement” on a daily basis. In December 2016, the […]