By-law expiry ‘not fare’ for city

MOUNT Gambier residents will face “broad and varying” taxi fares when council’s by-law expires next month, according to Lake City Taxis’ Perri-Anne Rasmussen. Despite Mount Gambier […]

South East left in the dark

HOMEOWNERS are waiting months for new electricity meters to be installed as a result of changes to regulations, with builders running extension cords over fences for […]

Woman’s life honoured

ONE week after her death, Mount Gambier resident Eden Kennett was honoured at a vigil on Friday. Friends and family were joined by more than 100 […]

Millicent hospital service coup

SLASHING doctor call out times at the Millicent and District Hospital has been listed as a highlight by the Millicent and Surrounds Health Support Group at […]

ATAR success secured

A YEAR of intense study and sacrifice has paid dividends for Millicent High School’s Class of 2018, with students receiving their Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) […]

Trade advice sought

THE State Government has sought legal advice about interpretations of the Shop Trading Hours Act as speculation grows it may take action to challenge whether Millicent […]

Prestigious honour for Millicent students

A ONCE unlikely candidate for Millicent High School’s highest academic honour has attributed her turnaround success to woodwork. School dux Kelsie Wilkinson was awarded the prestigious […]

Children help peers through trauma

FOR children fleeing violent situations at home, they often arrive to refuges and emergency care with little more than the clothes on their backs. Students at […]

Spending priorities questioned

CENTRE Alliance candidate for Barker Kelly Gladigau has questioned the Federal Government’s priorities in contributing funds to Mount Gambier’s proposed sport and recreation centre ahead of[…]