Saleyards budget blow

THE long-awaited report into the Millicent Saleyards has recommended a slew of options for the site’s future, including selling or closing the facility following losses of almost $700,000 over the last six years.
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Price rise cuts deep on razor thin budget

GRANT District Council’s “irresponsible decisions” to bump up passenger head tax during 2007 to 2010 resulted in dwindling passenger numbers, according to Rex Airlines’ Senate inquiry […]

Marshall’s grand plan for our region

THE state’s new premier guaranteed a stronger and renewed focus on regional South Australia with a Liberal State Government during yesterday’s whirlwind tour of the South […]

Strong South East voices in Upper House

THERE will be some familiar faces in parliament’s Upper House with appointments made to executive positions within the Labor Party. Kyam Maher and Clare Scriven are […]

No trade exemptions

THE future of Millicent’s shop trading hours has been decided with the decision set to cause a stir throughout the community.
While residents have voted twice to keep the regulated shopping hours, the Liberal State Government has other ideas.
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Fracking ban in place

CAUSING much controversy over the past year, the future of non-conventional gas exploration in the region has finally been decided. […]

Royalties plan caution

MEMBER for Mount Gambier Troy Bell has cautiously welcomed the Liberal State Government’s Royalties for Regions program, stating a cross-agency approach is vital to identify priority […]

Trade breach review

A MILLICENT business has denied claims of illegitimately trading on Sundays as the State Liberal Government has highlighted a regional supermarket as opening unlawfully “for many years” before rearranging fridges in order to continue trading.[…]