Call to stop golf resort development

AN INDIGENOUS group has called on the State Government to rescind approval for a proposed golf course and tourist resort at Nora Creina, citing irreversable cultural and environmental damage[…]

Band members awarded

THE Mount Gambier City Band recently held its annual awards presentations following a successful Blue Lake Brass Band Festival.[…]

Open space planning begins

THE Glenelg Shire community is being encouraged to have a say on the strategic direction of the future planning, provision, design and management of open space in the region over the next 20 years.[…]

Holiday no good for Saints

A MID South East Football League club has shunned a $3000 cash incentive to play a Good Friday match at Robe in 2018.[…]

Fishing: Flathead bump continues

SOME magnificent weather over the last week prompted plenty of anglers onto the water and with fish reports coming through from far and wide, I do not think many went home empty handed.[…]

Athletes hit street for annual fun run

HUNDREDS of people will put their fitness to the test this Sunday at the annual 2017 OneFortyOne Blue Lake Fun Run in an effort to raise funds for a range of local community health and wellbeing organisations.[…]

Council hit with $14,000 EPA penalty

GRANT District Council has been embroiled in penalty negotiations with the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) following a number of breaches at the Port MacDonnell Waste Transfer Station.[…]

Casterton public toilets closed

GLENELG Shire Council has defended plans to close Casterton’s Clarke Street toilets in readiness for the opening of its new Australian Kelpie Centre amenities.[…]

The Return of the King… of the Hill

MOUNT Gambier City Council has approved the closure of the Valley Lake precinct from February 15 to February 19 to allow for the King of the Hill National Drift Event 2018[…]