‘Fun Run’ deal struck

ONEFORTYONE Plantations will hold the naming rights for the Blue Lake Fun Run over the next three years after a sponsorship deal was struck with the […]

Students keep language alive

MILLICENT High School students are keeping a minority language alive following the recent introduction of Italian to the curriculum. While latest census data reveals the number […]

Patient comfort ensured

MILLICENT and District Hospital theatre patients will be able to put their feet up following the donation of three state of the art reclining chairs by […]

Community service recognised

LONG-SERVING volunteer Deirdre Tiddy was recognised for her lifetime of community contribution at the recent Lions Club of Millicent changeover dinner. Ms Tiddy’s significant contribution to […]

Abandon ship?

AN INDEPENDENT consultant has recommended dramatically scaling back services at the Lady Nelson Visitor and Discovery Centre following a comprehensive review of the city’s visitor information […]

Court efficiency improved

A WELCOME change to legal proceedings in Mount Gambier is expected to improve court efficiency in the region with the Office of the Director of Public […]

Lions leader appointed

THE Penola Lions Club held their 51st changeover on June 30 where 53 members and guests celebrated the conclusion of another successful year. The changeover, held […]

Antarctic Explorer honoured

PENOLA students have united to ensure Penola-born polar explorer John Riddoch Rymill is honoured as part of Australia’s new icebreaker competition, which could see them be […]

Fruitful Cide Project

THE Cide Project has now completed another successful vintage from their home-grown apples produced at Kalangadoo residents Peter and Carol McDonald’s orchard. The Cide Project was […]

Clayfield stands down

INTERNATIONALLY recognised winemaker Greg Clayfield has officially stepped down as Zema Estate’s respected winemaker, taking with him a long list of achievements, memories, friendships and knowledge. […]