Lantern of hope – Light the Night

WHEN Mount Gambier mother Melena Roughana shines a white lantern at Adelaide’s Light the Night tonight, it will signify a celebration of her survival with her […]

LEGO event raises money for animals in need

WHAT once was a childhood game has transformed into an opportunity to create change for Glencoe resident and LEGO enthusiast Emma Robinson. Exploring her creativity and […]

Hospital capacity furore

MOUNT Gambier Hospital management has categorically rejected allegations an elderly patient was unable to access a bed yesterday afternoon because the facility was full.[…]

Principal makes move to Adelaide

SAINT Martins Lutheran College’s longest serving principal Dianne Eckermann will say farewell to the school she has helped to transform as she takes on a new […]

Forced factory clean-up

THE final chapter is about to be written in the chequered 50-year life of a Millicent landmark. Wattle Range Council has begun legal proceedings against the […]

103rd birthday celebration

INDEPENDENT and “loving” are the words used to describe Mount Gambier resident and World War II veteran Nancy (Nan) Bradley as she celebrated her 103rd birthday […]

Knowledge on show

KANGAROO Inn Area School students were shown the realities of primary industries last week in preparation for their participation in the Royal Adelaide Agricultural Show. Students […]

Rural health in the spotlight

MENTAL illness and cardiovascular disease are just some of the prominent problems faced by Limestone Coast residents, according to the University of South Australia (UniSA) Department […]