Scotsman calls Australia home

VOLUNTEER shop assistant Dave Hill will celebrate Australia Day at his Millicent home tomorrow in “true Aussie style”. He will throw some lamb chops on the […]

Creative artwork on show

DRAWING inspiration from their surroundings, local artists and friends Chrissy Pudney and Glenys Hughes have together created a colourful exhibition of their finest work for the […]

Red Cross introduces new program

A DIFFERENT type of Australian Red Cross vehicle has been turning heads around the city lately as volunteers travel across Mount Gambier with tool boxes in […]

Ice cheaper than pizza

THE head of the nation’s major organisation supporting Aboriginal people with drug and alcohol issues has put out a blunt warning about crystal methamphetamine.[…]

New child care package announced

MORE than 3800 families in Barker will be better off under the Federal Government’s child care overhaul, according to Member for Barker Tony Pasin. He said […]

Sale “scuttle” unlikely

THE union representing hundreds of timber workers in Mount Gambier says it is unlikely the Australian competition watchdog will “scuttle” the looming sale of Carter Holt […]

Images from the frontline

AUSTRALIA’S premier war photographer and former Millicent resident Gary Ramage is showcasing his record of combat at a new exhibition at the Millicent Gallery. More than […]

Generous school project

SAINT Martins Lutheran College students have played their part in welcoming refugees to the Mount Gambier community through a fundraising project as part of their global […]

Singing for change

CLIMATE change will be put in the spotlight this weekend as Mount Gambier’s Mayfair Singers take part in the national Climate Choir event. Performing in the […]