Volunteering creates healthy community

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).

Veteran makes lasting mark on city

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.

Shining humanitarian recognised

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 […]

‘Digital jobs’ to expand

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 […]

Pride of nation

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 […]

Heart-warming donation for Salvation Army

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 […]

Gas ban amendment push

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. […]

City budgets for future

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 […]