JULIENNE Feast has served the community as a nurse, counsellor and volunteer for five decades and was nationally honoured yesterday as a recipient of the prestigious Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM).
MOUNT Gambier’s last surviving prisoner of war has been nationally honoured as a recipient of the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) following decades of service to the Mount Gambier community.
FROM rattling collection tins on street corners to spearheading a push for the reinstatement of a blood collection service in Mount Gambier, Libby Furner has […]
WITH the rollout of the National Broadband Network (NBN) in the Limestone Coast 99pc complete, new businesses and digital jobs are expected to boom in the […]
THREE Mount Gambier residents who have dedicated decades to serving the community through various organisations have been celebrated nationally in the 2018 Queen’s Birthday Honours […]
THE Mount Gambier Salvation Army has received a generous donation following this year’s SAL Real Estate annual winter blanket appeal. After receiving 40 blankets in last […]
RESIDENTS from across the South East are taking a stand and breaking the silence surrounding suicide. Around 30 community members united last month as part of […]
FIVE South East organisations have received a share of $50,000 after their applications for the Stand Like Stone (SLS) 2018 OneFortyOne (OFO) Community Capacity Building Grants […]
GREENS MLC Mark Parnell has progressed moves to ban fracking in the South East, introducing amendments to state legislation to bolster the Marshall Government’s cabinet-imposed moratorium. […]
MOUNT Gambier City Council’s 2017/18 draft budget has flagged an average residential rate increase of around 4pc in the next financial year. The draft budget proposes […]