Rail revamp pride

THE transformation of Mount Gambier’s rail corridor has been given a national nod of approval after receiving the highest accolade for urban and regional planners. The […]

Classic cars roll out of the city

AROUND 200 vintage vehicles packed onto the hill of the Lady Nelson Visitor and Discovery Centre, where they were on display to the community before leaving for Portland on Wednesday morning.

The convoy of cars diverted past McDonald Park School, where they were met with enthusiastic students waving flags along the school fenceline as they passed by.

Walking trail windfall

MOUNT Gambier City Council will continue to extend the city’s rail trail after receiving $250,000 in State Government funding. The State Government announced this week it […]

Lee vows to lead again

MAYOR Andrew Lee has declared he will stand for re-election and hopes to represent the city as its civic leader for a second term. “I think […]

Mayor Lee in clear

MAYOR Andrew Lee has been cleared by the South Australian Ombudsman of any wrongdoing following an investigation into his business dealings as part owner of Rymill Coonawarra[…]

Community appeal brightens Christmas

AS CHRISTMAS Day nears, Mayor Andrew Lee has appealed to the community to dig deep and support the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal. The cause […]

City Council backs airport overhaul

MOUNT Gambier City Council will commit $500,000 to the redevelopment of Mount Gambier Airport if Grant District Council’s revised application for federal funding is successful. A […]

University hub revealed for city

FLINDERS University New Venture Institute (NVI) has revealed details of the incubator hub it will open in Mount Gambier to help grow startup businesses. The $1.5m […]

Nominations open for outstanding citizens

NOMINATIONS are now open for the 2018 Australia Day Local Citizen of the Year Awards, to be presented at Mount Gambier’s Australia Day breakfast celebrations on January 26[…]