Sage spearheads budget change

GRANT District Council’s 2.3pc general rate increase for next financial year is potentially up in the air following a special meeting being scheduled next week to […]

Government urged to discourage log exports

THE Federal Government should discourage log exports and increase its focus on local timber processors, according to State Shadow Forestry Minister Clare Scriven. Her comments were […]

Scrap continues

THE ongoing saga between council authorities and a regional scrap metal operator continues to escalate as frustrations spill over between both parties. Mount Gambier junkyard operator […]

Libs silent on fracking ban

REPEATED calls to Premier Steven Marshall and Mining Minister Dan van Holst Pellekaan urging the State Government to support a legislated moratorium on hydraulic fracturing in […]

Crash tears car in two

A VEHICLE collision in the centre of Mount Burr on Tuesday night has left a 25-year-old Penola man with serious injuries in the Royal Adelaide Hospital. […]

Roundhouse to be razed

THE demolition of Mount Gambier’s rail roundhouse will go ahead without any intervention from Mount Gambier City Council despite a last ditch effort by an elected […]

Retail strip renewal

AN INTERNATIONAL expert has called on retailers and landlords to collectively drive growth in Mount Gambier’s inner-city landscape by forming a management body to oversee the […]

Hospital grounds tidied

A SMALL group of volunteers has begun to tidy up the neglected gardens at the Mount Gambier Hospital this month. The recently formed Friends of the […]

Refugees celebrated

AUSTRALIA’S Refugee Week celebrations began on Sunday, marking 20 years since becoming a nationwide annual event. To celebrate, the Mount Gambier Migrant Resource Centre and Mount […]