Fire team call out

WHEN Country Fire Service (CFS) firefighters are on the ground tirelessly responding to incidents, the work of the communications team can often go unnoticed. They are […]

Sheer purrrfection

TWO blue-eyed beauties of the feline variety have returned to Mount Gambier as Royal Adelaide Show champions after their debut show last week. Ragdoll cats Bruce […]

National recognition for trucking career

FORMER Penola resident Maralyn Bierwirth has forged a career in the trucking and transport industry, following in the footsteps of her late father Don. Her devotion […]

Justice reform caution urged

A LOCAL solicitor is fearful a change to sentencing discount laws would lead to lengthy delays in court cases and put more pressure on the judicial […]

Forestry growth plan revealed

A TIMBER industry workers union leader has called for a probe into whether water licences should be scrapped for plantations amid predictions the region’s forestry estate […]

Forest pioneers’ story shared

AT THE tender age of 102, a man known as a “grandfather” of the pine industry in the South East is still able to vividly recount […]

Hopes high for cheap seats to bring visitors

A MOUNT Gambier independent business advocacy group and Grant District Council have welcomed news the Regional Express community fare is now available for bookings. This cut-price […]

Complex on target

THE developers of the dilapidated Fidler and Webb site are unable to foreshadow when construction of the proposed $6.8m new shopping complex will get under way. […]

Walking trail links wineries

TOURISTS are being encouraged to “look out for the green foot” with the recent launch of the Coonawarra Wineries Walking Trail and phone application. The trail […]