Liberals Cabinet at odds with Bell bill

UNPRECEDENTED criticism of the State Government’s existing ministerial-directed decade-long fracking ban has failed to deter a defiant Liberal Cabinet from the belief it is strong enough […]

Bell leads lake tourism push

INDEPENDENT parliamentarian Troy Bell has called for the development of a master plan for the Mount Gambier Valley Lake precinct to identify key “untapped” commercial tourism […]

Airline on board with fare deal

A GROUNDBREAKING alliance between Grant District Council and Regional Express (Rex) Airlines will soon be inked following productive meetings with stakeholders in Sydney this week. Council […]

Member for Barker defends decision

MEMBER for Barker Tony Pasin has defended his decision to sign a petition calling for a special party room meeting after losing confidence in the former […]

Crisis line extension

THE expansion of a telephone helpline for women in violent households needs to ensure access is extended to country communities, according to the head of the region’s specialised domestic[…]

Pasin supports new Liberal leadership bid

FEDERAL MP Tony Pasin will back former home affairs minister Peter Dutton in a three-way Liberal leadership contest between Treasurer Scott Morrison and Foreign Affairs Minister […]

Dairy future under deportation cloud

THE future of the Blue Lake Dairy Group is in jeopardy as strict new work visa requirements leave the company’s operations director and major stakeholder Ryan […]

Grape growers big fans of technology

MORE than 100 anti-frost wind machines will dot the Coonawarra landscape in a bid to mitigate vineyard frost damage following last year’s losses. Wine giant Treasury Wines, owners of[…]