Suicide prevention network meeting planned

A SUPPORT network has been established in the Wattle Range region focused on filling the gap in suicide bereavement and prevention services. The Wattle Range Suicide Prevention Network[…]

Wheels in motion on traffic school upgrade

THE sound of excitement and bicycle wheels spinning is set to return to Millicent’s road traffic school next month, following a major and well-overdue facelift. Local […]

Deal cut for shearing event

RECENT controversy surrounding the Blades of Glencoe has been resolved after fears the event would be cancelled amid allegations of a donation cut. The National Trust of South Australia[…]

Shearers threaten to cut event support

NEXT year’s Blades of Glencoe fundraising event could be cancelled after a funding row prompting a boycott by participating shearers and organisers. The shearing demonstration day […]

Euan returns for home-state show

STANDING centre-stage amidst the glitter and razzle dazzle of one of Australia’s most successful homegrown musicals is Millicent’s own Euan Doidge. The 24-year-old returned to South […]

Diners put money where mouth is

MILLICENT hotels are encouraging locals to “put their money where their mouth is” and devour a “parma” in support of a drought-stricken farmer. The national “Parma […]

Nurse finds calling

BATTLING conflict, crocodiles and rain in a small, open boat while taking a heavily pregnant girl to hospital in South Sudan, Kate Chapman knew she would […]