No bites for fishing knife tale

A MOUNT Gambier man who was located at a local hotel in possession of a fishing knife received a small fine in court on Tuesday. Gage Michael Leddin, 19, appeared unrepresented in the Mount Gambier Magistrates Court[…]

Grant encourages greener futures

LIMESTONE Coast primary schools and early learning centres are set for a greener future, with applications now open for the first round of the Woolworths Junior Landcare Grants program.”The program was funded through[…]

Legacy creation a big winner

A WINE honouring the spirit and legacy of Australian shiraz pioneer George Wyndham was the big winner at this year’s Limestone Coast Wine Show. The 2016 […]

Schools receive $1b boost

THE State Government will invest more than $1b in capital projects in the public education sector, including two new birth to Year 12 schools for the […]

Former teacher jailed for sexual offences

A FORMER South East music teacher has been jailed for 10 years after being found guilty at trial for several sexual offences committed against young students in the 1990s. Trenton John Wickers, 49, appeared in the Adelaide[…]

Super-uni abandoned

MOVES to merge the Mount Gambier campus of UniSA into a “super-size” tertiary institution have been abandoned. The purpose-built Wireless Road West campus has offered face-to-face […]

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. […]