Pines race day record

BUMPER crowds flocked to the region over the weekend to celebrate four decades of one of the most popular off-road events in Australia. Thousands of spectators […]

National plan to grow industry

AN EXPORT log tariff to protect local industries and jobs should be considered by the Federal Government when devising its National Forest Industries Plan, Wattle Range […]

Footy fever in the Blue Lake city

IT WAS grand final fever yesterday at Gladigau Park Kindergarten as students got their hands on a specially signed Adelaide Crows football. Donated to the kindergarten […]

Firefighters tested at annual audit

THE city’s retained Metropolitan Fire Service firefighters polished their boots and put their best foot forward during an annual station assessment on Tuesday night. The Mount […]

Bell back in parliament

EMBATTLED Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell yesterday fronted State Parliament for the first time since he was charged with a string of major indictable theft […]

Gate wide open

A PROMINENT regional environmentalist has renewed a warning the State Government’s looming release of new exploration blocks will open the floodgates to a gas mining juggernaut. […]