Ticket scalpers on notice

NEW laws mandating a three-year minimum expiry date for gift cards and tough new anti-ticket scalping laws have come into effect in South Australia. Attorney-General, Vickie Chapman said[…]

Give thought to safety this festive season

WITH Christmas around the corner, the Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) is warning of the potential risks of purchasing electronic gifts online from overseas. MFS community safety commander[…]

Students await Year 12 exam results

SOUTH Australia’s graduating high school students will start receiving their Year 12 results and university offers next week. While this can be an emotional time, Career Development Association […]

Spending priorities questioned

CENTRE Alliance candidate for Barker Kelly Gladigau has questioned the Federal Government’s priorities in contributing funds to Mount Gambier’s proposed sport and recreation centre ahead of[…]

City compost initiative

MOUNT Gambier City Council has joined the Compost Revolution, an online platform encouraging Australians to turn food scraps into soil and fertiliser. City residents can cut their waste in […]

Minister challenges union claims

EDUCATION Minister John Gardner has downplayed yesterday’s teachers strike by saying only around 20pc of the state’s public schools, preschools and children’s centres closed.[…]

Man fined for stolen items

A MOUNT Gambier man who received stolen goods and failed to notify police about the property has been fined $500.David Rodney Douglas, 38, appeared in the city Magistrates to be[…]

Teachers on strike

TEN Limestone Coast education facilities will be among 183 institutions statewide which will close their doors this morning as public school teachers strike as ongoing enterprise bargaining[…]