Tigers hunt high flyers

Tantanoola v Hatherleigh HATHERLEIGH players will be involved in another upset result for the second consecutive week if they do not approach their Round 17 match […]

Help at hand for drought affected farmers

FARMERS across Millicent and district have opened their hearts to the plight of their drought-afflicted counterparts on the eastern seaboard. They have already donated 180 bales […]

Harris family filled with pride

THE local matriarch of the Harris family has spoken with pride of the involvement of her nephew in the recent dramatic rescue of the soccer team […]

Magpie makes case

KALANGADOO footballer Leroy Larson is still waiting to see if his impending life-time ban from football can be reversed. He was present via a video-link at […]

Central bus depot in use

AFTER a break of more than 50 years, Adelaide-bound passengers are again catching a bus from the centre of Millicent. The new bus freight and passenger […]

Trucking company rolls out new business

ANOTHER business has opened at Mount Burr in the town’s former sawmill. The Mount Burr Community Postal Agency now shares the Thomas Drive facility with a […]

Beachport World War II veteran remembered

AROUND 100 mourners farewelled one of Beachport’s last World War II veterans at his funeral last week. They honoured the life of retired fisherman Monte Bartholomew […]

Locum deal cuts call-out time

THE head of the South East region’s health system has welcomed the awarding of a new contract to supply locum doctors for Millicent and District Hospital. International Medical Recruitment[…]

Nominations received for business awards

NOMINATIONS have come the way of more than 100 employees and businesses in the eighth annual Millicent Business Community Association Outstanding Business Awards. Among them are […]