Labor circles Mount Gambier

THE State Labor Party has vowed to step up its presence ahead of the state election as it continues its controversial campaign against embattled Member for […]

Spring market day raises show funds

LIGHT rain did little to deter bargain hunters from the Millicent Agricultural, Horticultural and Pastoral Show Society’s Spring Market this month. More than 20 stallholders lined […]

Students enjoy camp out event

RENDELSHAM Primary School stoked the fires and cooked up a storm last week at their annual Camp Out Day. Students and staff were joined by family, […]

Traditional marriage stance

AS more than 16 million ballot papers to ascertain views on same sex marriage begin to be sent out across Australia from today, one Millicent resident […]

Students support ‘yes’ vote

DESPITE being ineligible to vote in the postal ballot, some of Millicent’s youngest residents are urging participants to vote yes to same sex marriage in the […]

Speed cut disappoints

A “KNEE-JERK” reaction to change the speed limit from 110kph to 100kph on three major South East roads by the end of the year has been […]

D-Day looms for RSL

A TOTAL of 34 people could lose their jobs by the end of the week if the Mount Gambier Community Returned and Services League is put […]

Show entries to close soon

SHOWBAGS, farm animals and sideshows will brighten the city next month as the Mount Gambier Agricultural and Horticultural Society prepares for another fun-filled show. Held at […]

Resident recycles his way across South East

AN ENVIRONMENTALLY conscious 68-year-old Nangwarry resident is dedicating his time to cycling over the region and collecting recyclable rubbish to reduce the impact of waste on […]

Recycling leads to donation

BOANDIK aged care facility has reaped the benefits of a recycling initiative at Car Spa Mount Gambier. Car Spa staff recycled cans and bottles collected on […]