Coastal town prepares for the worst

THE problems of storm surge at Beachport will be probed in a new government-funded study. Nick McBride MP said his MacKillop electorate has received $30,000 from […]

Popular Beachport celebration

THE annual Australia Day breakfast at Beachport’s Centennial Park is not losing popularity with significant numbers of locals and visitors among the 600 in attendance on […]

Thieves target coastal parks

THIEVES are currently targeting coastal caravan parks and camping spots with fishing rods and both battery and generator-powered portable refrigerators among the items stolen. Senior Sergeant […]

Council spins financial pedals

THE possibility of 5000 long-distance recreational cyclists coming to Millicent in November has increased with Wattle Range Council pledging a sum of $12,000 to organisers of […]

Tourists drawn to Limestone Coast

THE beaches and a “change of scenery” have drawn tourists with a desire to fish and four-wheel drive to the Limestone Coast region over the summer […]

Beachport property goes under hammer

A BEACHPORT dwelling on three allotments met its reserve price of $290,000 when sold at an on-site auction on Saturday afternoon. About 60 people turned out […]

Church remains on market

THE auction of the former Saint Nicholas Anglican Church at Beachport attracted around 80 people when it went under the hammer Saturday afternoon. Millicent Real Estate […]

Robe proves place to be for revellers

ALMOST 70 revellers came to the attention of police for alleged behavioural and motoring offences at Robe during the New Year’s Eve celebrations. Senior Sergeant First […]