Students reduce carbon footprint

ALTHOUGH ditching single-use plastic is an important way forward, Kangaroo Inn Area School (KIAS) students are proving people can do much more to reduce their carbon […]

Cabaret performer secures scholarship

FROM vintage infused burlesque to alternative drag acts – the cabaret scene has boomed over the past two decades and has increasingly found its way into […]

Electees on the job

THE region’s newly-elected mayor and council are officially on the job. A swearing in ceremony was held at the Millicent Gallery on Tuesday night to mark […]

Lake safety stepped up

WATTLE Range Council has ensured the Millicent Swimming Lake is safely equipped in time for summer following the near-fatal drowning of a woman last year. Safety […]

Millicent teen faces clippers for charity

AFTER three years of cultivation, Nathan “Chuckie” Reilly has decided its time to face the clippers and bid farewell to his trademark dreadlocks. The 16-year-old will […]

Mental health journey shared

KATIE Gurney has battled the demons of mental health. The scars from self-harm that mark her body remind her of not only the pain she has […]