Martin announces election intention

THE Mount Gambier mayoral race has been thrown wide open with prominent business leader Lynette Martin OAM announcing she will contest the upcoming local government elections. […]

City signs refugee welcome

MOUNT Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee signed a six metre scroll to welcome refugees in the Blue Lake city last week. The Rural Australians for Refugees and […]

Public to shape sports centre

CITY Council is seeking applications from community members interested in joining a reference group to inform the design of a proposed multi-million-dollar sports and recreation centre[…]

Rate cap legislation slammed

MOUNT Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee has slammed the Marshall Government’s “high handed” rate capping legislation as punishing a majority of South Australia’s local governments for the […]

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.