History preserved

A LOCAL historian has provided residents with the opportunity to take a step back in time through the compilation of years of research. The passionate foundation […]

True love story shared

A TEENAGE romance turned lifelong love, Don and Alicia (Toni) Hein’s marriage is one filled with worldwide adventures and cultural experiences. From the Blue Lake city […]

New president at helm

IT IS all about “woman power” at one of the city’s community groups with the first female president stepping into position recently. Hoping to encourage younger […]

Fringe fever sweeps Mount Gambier

FRINGE fever hit the heart of the city this weekend as thousands flocked to diverse events celebrating arts, music and culture. With Commercial Street East closed […]

‘Salvo’ heads south

“I want to help people to live, not to give up – some people just need love and encouragement, some need us to fight for them.”

These are the words of one of the regions newly appointed church leaders.

West stalwart remembered

TRIBUTES are flowing today for Mount Gambier woman Dorothy Jean “Dot” Sheridan, who was tragically killed when her car collided with another vehicle near Waikerie on […]

Teenager finds light in darkness

“KNOW epilepsy, no fear” is the message 18-year-old Lily Coote will be sharing this month as she raises awareness of the disorder which has threatened to […]

War history on display

PENOLA Vietnam veteran David Strother has reiterated the importance of honouring servicemen, following the 50th anniversary of the death of fallen Vietnam War serviceman David Steen. […]