Netballers support cancer group

MOUNT Gambier’s Saints Netball Club – together with the Mount Gambier Netball Association – has netted a windfall for a regional cancer support group. The proactive […]

Connected to culture

KINDERGARTEN and primary school students embraced Indigenous culture and history this week during a hands-on cultural experience at the Millicent High School’s Aboriginal meeting place garden. […]

Historic bridge restored

AFTER five years of restoration work, the historic Carpenter Rocks bridge will be officially unveiled by Grant District Mayor Richard Sage on today. Built in 1890, […]

Teary tiger’s premiership dream

WIN or lose, tears will be flowing once again for local Tiger tragic Craig “Bugs” Parham when the final siren sounds to end today’s AFL Grand […]

Excitement grows for loyal crow

A MEMBER of the Adelaide Crows for 19 years, Mount Gambier woman Marylyn Salievic is excited about the prospect of her team being crowned the 2017 […]

Memorial service honours police

COMMUNITY members gathered at the Mount Gambier Police Station today for the annual Limestone Coast National Police Remembrance Day memorial service. Civic leaders and representatives from […]

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 […]