Special group explores Millicent museum

A SPECIAL group of visitors recently graced the halls of the National Trust Living History Millicent Museum. Former Millicent resident Mary Harris, wife of the late […]

Forest workers urged to raise alarm

THE nation’s peak forest products industry group has called on regional workers to raise the alarm with authorities if they believe workplace safety is being compromised. […]

Dairy contract support

DAIRY farmers will gain greater contract termination rights after the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) secured commitments from several dairy processors to amend specific terms […]

Winter champions crowned on course

THE Beachport Golf Club women held their presentation dinner at the clubrooms, recently, heralding the end of the 2018 winter season and the start of the […]

Police hand-held radar units return

SOUTH Australia Police (SAPOL) resumed using hand-held speed detection analysers, commonly called Lidar, on Friday following a change to the Road Traffic Act 1961. The devices […]

Travel agent recognised

FORMER Millicent and Beachport resident Naome Burdon, proprietor of Argyle Travel and Cruise, was overjoyed to be recently presented with the encouragement award at the Travellers […]

Donor system probe

A PARLIAMENTARY committee has recommended an investigation into the “opt-out” system of organ donation in a bid to curb the illegal organ trade. The move would […]