Learner driver program turns corner

YOUTH on Wheels is the new brand adopted by Grant District Council for its volunteer program assisting young drivers striving to obtain their provisional licence. The […]

Fire breaks out at paper mill

A BLAZE that burned more than five tonnes of recycling material at the Kimberley Clark Australia (KCA) factory in Tantanoola on Saturday morning took firefighters around 30 minutes to control. […]

Light shines over the darkness

WHITE, gold and blue lanterns filled Mount Gambier’s night skyline on Friday when hundreds gathered at the Cave Gardens for the 10th annual Leukaemia Foundation Light […]

Dishonest girlfriend of killer truck driver avoids jail

THE girlfriend of truck driver Kenneth Pillar avoided an immediate jail term when sentenced on Tuesday for falsely stating that her partner had a coughing fit before he crashed into a Mount Gambier school teacher’s vehicle, killing the driver.[…]

Speed cut to go ahead

THE State Government has refused to back down on its decision to cut the speed limit on three roads in the region. A delegation of mayors […]

Vinnies top representatives assess region

MOUNT Gambier St Vincent De Paul’s was visited by the organisation’s top representatives recently as they met with volunteers and assessed services in the region. Newly […]

Education support call

THE State Government and Liberal Party must give serious consideration as to how training is funded and delivered in regional areas following winding down of TAFE campuses in the region, according to Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell.[…]

Teary tiger’s premiership dream

WIN or lose, tears will be flowing once again for local Tiger tragic Craig “Bugs” Parham when the final siren sounds to end today’s AFL Grand […]

Excitement grows for loyal crow

A MEMBER of the Adelaide Crows for 19 years, Mount Gambier woman Marylyn Salievic is excited about the prospect of her team being crowned the 2017 […]