Council election voting under way

THE administrative head of Wattle Range Council has called for voters to act as ballot papers for the 2018 Local Government elections have recently been distributed […]

City Council adds to Fringe contribution

MOUNT Gambier City Council will contribute an additional $35,000 for the 2019 Mount Gambier Fringe Festival following a three-year recurrent funding pledge from the State Government. […]

Soul sound for city

QUEENSLAND singer-songwriter David Willersdorf will showcase his blend of soul and blues at the Mount Gambier Uniting Church on Sunday. The Mount Gambier show is among […]

Wage subsidy trial

THE Coalition Government will invest $60m to trial a wage subsidy as an incentive for employers in regional and rural communities to engage more apprentices. Small […]

Sinkhole inspires gin creation

A TALE involving a popular Mount Gambier sinkhole, four friends and their year-long venture to create the ultimate local craft gin has won over the Limestone […]

Dry zone declared for Robe

THE public areas of the Robe township will be declared “dry” for four days over the peak festive season. The “booze ban” takes effect at noon […]

Joint partnership commended for town square project

THE strong community links which brought Penola’s Town Square project to life have been recognised through the SA Local Government Association’s outstanding partnership award. Not-for-profit organisation […]

Greens leader highlights moratorium ‘turn of events’

GREENS MLC Mark Parnell has highlighted the “remarkable turn of events” in the Marshall Government’s support for a legislated moratorium after voting down an almost identical bill earlier this year. Mr Parnell labelled the[…]