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[…]

Government stalls on speed limit changes

PRESSURE is mounting on the State Government to reinstate 110kph speed limits on Carpenter Rocks Road and the Riddoch Highway as its pre-election promise is yet […]

Community housing exclusion call

INDEPENDENT MP Troy Bell has renewed calls to change state legislation and exclude councils from subsidising community housing.
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Students take up waste challenge

YOUNGSTERS in the community are leading environmental sustainability with St Martins Kindergarten winning top honours in the Limestone Coast School Waste Reduction and Recycling Challenge. The […]

Drought relief help on its way

WATTLE Range Council staff will fill more than three semi trailers with hay and travel across the state to help relieve the impacts of one of […]

Council rate cap plan uncertainty

THE State Opposition is yet to come to a position on rate capping despite the Liberal Party’s legislation being debated in parliament, Shadow Local Government Minister […]