Addiction fuels break-ins

A MOUNT Gambier man who broke into two commercial buildings in Mount Gambier and stole chainsaws on the same evening has been jailed for one year […]

Veterans gone but not forgotten

AN INTIMATE gathering of around 30 people paid their respects to those who fought in South Africa between 1899 and 1902 at the Boer War Memorial […]

Anzac Day crowds out in force

A MOUNT Gambier RSL leader has claimed the Anzac spirit continues to burn strongly following what is believed to be the largest crowd in living memory […]

Rollover leads to man’s arrest

A MAN was arrested on the outskirts of Mount Gambier yesterday after he rolled a vehicle into a paddock and fled the scene of the crash. […]

Nature reserve support

PROGRESS is being made with three of Nature Glenelg Trust’s reserves thanks to the launch of the NGT Foundation in partnership with OneFortyOne Plantations. Since the […]

Sheds destroyed by blaze

A NANGWARRY resident had a frightening start to the morning yesterday when she woke to find her shed engulfed in flames. Police and firefighters responded to […]

Bell excused from hearing

NEWLY elected Independent Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell was nowhere to be seen at the city’s courthouse yesterday after he was excused from appearing at a second consecutive hearing.
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